Cartier unveils Panthère creations at exclusive styling Rendez-Vous
IN A plush private apartment situated on the fifth floor of K11 Musea in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, Cartier welcomed guests on Saturday to the start of an intimate series of styling workshops dedicated to its iconic Panthère jewellery and watch collection.
Running from September 26 to October 9 and limited to eight guests per three-hour session to ensure safe social distancing, those in attendance came greeted with champagne and an exquisite three-course meal that entailed panther-shape cookies and latte art, designed by COBO House.
Then followed the main attraction of the Panthère Styling Rendez-Vous, a creative workshop that allowed guests to touch and try on the sublime jewels and watches as they pleased. Cartier experts were present to discuss the craftsmanship behind each ring, bracelet or watch and provide helpful styling tips to clients and friends of the adored French jeweller.
Kept under the watchful eye of black panthers adorning the walls of the opulent space, for those invited, this was certainly an afternoon to remember.