It’s no surprise we all think we know perfect fake Cartier UK, that foremost name in watches and jewellery. After all, its iconic time pieces – the Tank, the Santos – have been with us for more than a century and the brand has long been a byword for luxury.
But there’s a decorative and cultural side to the maison, as it likes to be called, that’s not only obvious in its jewellery but in the brand’s new Sydney flagship, a gem in its own right.
It’s a side you can discover during the two-day About Time copy watch fair in September, with attendees being given access normally reserved for VIP clients.
An initiative of The Australian Financial Review, Australia’s first prestige watch fair reflects the comments of best 1:1 replica Cartier’s global head, Cyrille Vigneron, earlier this year on a visit to Sydney: “The market in Australia has really developed in an amazing way. It used to be rather small, particularly for domestic clients, making it basically a tourist market. Now it’s an important market for local clients. The interest of Australians for luxury goods has increased, and is increasing, really fast.”
Beyond the boutique’s showcases, fair attendees will discover surfaces in handpainted silk wallpaper reflecting Australia’s wilderness, fauna and flora, or a giant weaving created by master weavers from the Bula’bula Arts centre in East Arnhem land. Capturing the colours and textures of the Australian desert, the weaving is set in a custom frame created by Yolngu people on Milingimbi Island.
On the first floor, stop by the Opal Bar with its turquoise colours, swirls of Amazonite marble and a ceiling by Australian metalwork company Di Emme that references foaming water. What better spot to discuss high quality fake watches over a cocktail created by Maybe Sammy?
AAA quality fake Cartier will have on hand watches that debuted in Geneva earlier this year including the new Swiss movement copy Cartier Santos-Dumont Micro-Rotor, Tank Normale, and the striking Clash Unlimited. There will also be masterclasses in watch photography with professional filmmaker Bart Celestino.