Cartier Showcases Its Iconic Watches As Design Objects

Lindsay Judge   |   07-05-2021

This edition of Watches & Wonders showcases Cartier’s work with three iconic models being presented as design objects.


The iconic Tank Must inspired by the Tank Louis Cartier is presented in an innovative piece that integrates a photovoltaic movement and a material strap created using responsible and sustainable production practices.


Cartier Tank Must


The Pasha de Cartier collection is now available in a women’s and a chronograph version. Cloche de Cartier, a rare and uniquely shaped model introduced back in 1920, now enters the Cartier Privé collection, dedicated to connoisseurs who celebrate and explore the Maison’s mythical aesthetic through numbered, limited edition watches.


Pasha de Cartier


In the Cartier Libre collection, signature watches are combined with creatures from the menagerie. Fine Watchmaking timepieces unveil an interaction between iconic complications such as the mysterious, the skeleton and the tourbillon. The panther makes numerous appearances. Multi-faceted, diverse, and complementary creations that reflect the Maison’s creativity. All different yet all connected in some way: a clean, precise line like that of a designer, the realisation of a vision, an intention that elevates design to the point of culture.