Cartier is reopening its Ion Orchard store, considered as Southeast Asia’s largest flagship. The brand worked with Parisian artist Bruno Moinard to create an opulent interior and exterior design to match the brand positioning. The new three-storey flagship covers a 688sqm retail space and features an ultra-exclusive salon for VIP clients on the top floor.
For the festive season, the store’s outdoor space has been transformed into a Christmas park, complete with a Cartier Ferris wheel and a maze of Christmas trees. The wheel, decorated with 2688 light bulbs, is the largest decorative Ferris wheel in motion in Southeast Asia.
The flagship will showcase a number of premium pieces associated with celebrities and royalty in an exhibition entitled “Cartier, Icon of Style” between November 24 and December 6.
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