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A tastemaker, businesswoman and mother of two—these are just three of the many hats that Jet Acuzar wears daily. Even with a tight schedule, her time for her children remains a priority, from getting busy in the kitchen together to watching their favourite television shows in the comforts of the bedroom. But apart from being a mother around the clock, Acuzar spares some time for herself as well. She regularly works out, loves to entertain friends and loved ones and enjoys the chance to dress up for events and dinner parties every now and then.

While Acuzar prefers to keep her style neat and simple, she is also keen on adding accessories to elevate her outfit. Donning an elegant perfect Cartier replica watches, as intricate and rich in story as the well-crafted homeware she curates, is the final step to complete her look.

Amid business meetings and several other tasks that keep her busy at home, Acuzar was generous enough to sit down with Tatler GMT to muse about her love for particular high quality Cartier fake watches and its significance to her everyday wear.

What’s a typical day like for you?

I usually start the day with a workout or a walk on the treadmill. I use my top UK replica Cartier watches, a Garmin, for this as it helps track my steps, movement and heart rate. I go to work, then once or twice a week attend events or a dinner party. I go home and watch something on TV, particularly on Netflix, Amazon Prime or Apple TV.

Do you consider watches a must-have accessory in your day-to-day outfits?

They are because they set the tone for how I feel my time will be spent that day. And when I attend events, they bridge the gap between jewellery and function.

My best Cartier copy watches have strong sentimental value for me as when they were bought or gifted to me, it’s usually to celebrate a milestone.

I tend to wear the Cartier Trinity I got as a present when I finished school and started university whenever I need to remind myself of the dreams and goals my younger self had. I think it’s important to keep dreaming and to have the actions to back up those goals.

What would you say a watch adds to an outfit?

AAA 2024 Cartier replica watches represent how you view time. They are symbolic of its value.

What’s the timepiece you are most often wearing these days?

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This one cheap Cartier super clone watches is special to me because it’s the first watch I bought myself. I am fully embracing this stage of my life, being in my Thirties, so a dress watch seems appropriate to own.

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When it comes to timepieces, fine or otherwise, style is often not part of the package…at least not style as defined here by the Oxford dictionary, which goes something like this: a distinctive appearance, typically determined by the principles according to which something is designed. Of course, if one looks at Mirriam-Webster, one finds something a little more useful to the idea of style and watchmaking: a distinctive quality, form, or type of something. That one is succinct and perhaps best suited when it comes to introducing a man for whom style is his entire job…well, a part of it at least.

Helpfully, Pierre Rainero, Director of Image, Style and Heritage at Cartier, has published his own definition of style, which I have referenced on more than one occasion. It will now come home to roost, which I find most gratifying. “Style is the incarnation of a philosophy that conveys complex things in a simple way. It has its own sensibility, and thus becomes a way of anticipating, experiencing, and communicating feelings and emotions – style, perhaps, is simply the expression of a vision.” Rainero wrote that in his chapter in the Flamarion hardcover Cartier: The Power of Style (2010).

Combining image and heritage with style, and you might think that Rainero is the de facto creative or artistic director, but that is not the case. No such role exists at Cartier, although his title originally was Communication and Artistic Director back in 1999. In fact, Rainero has held a number of roles at Cartier since 1984, when he first joined. It was a time of change at the storied jewellery and perfect Cartier replica watches firm, and Rainero has had a front seat alongside the great names of that time…Perrin, Cologni, Fornas… We sat down with Rainero to hear his story at Watches and Wonders Geneva 2023.

You have a rather impressive title, which you have held since 2003. Tell us about it?

Well, every day is different of course, because in fact I have many different things I’m involved in… The central responsibility, of course, and that explains all the other ones (as you will see), is my involvement in the creative process. So that’s effectively the style part of my title.

In 1998, Alain Dominique Perrin was President of UK 1:1 Cartier fake watches and he had that role (as artistic director) without having the title – he was president, so he could do everything. In 1999, when he was leaving to become president of Richemont, he told me ‘you will be the artistic director.’

So, for a while I had the Communication and Artistic Director title, and very quickly I realized that it was not exactly what I was doing. For two reasons. First, I realized immediately that there are many people who are responsible in the creative process; in the making-of process of the artistic dimension of each of our objects. There is basically a synergy of talents. Probably I could already have known this (before taking on the role)!

Anyway, each of these creatives has an influence on the artistic part; you know that in jewellery, it is even more obvious than in high quality replica Cartier watches.

So you knew that no one person could do the job?

It is not one person who could be entitled to (the entire creative dimension) because it is not true. The second reason (that my job was not exactly what my title said it was) was, in a way, really to have and share a vision of what a Cartier object should be today, and of course, in the near future, because we work some years in advance, depending on the category of items.

I’m not the creative because the creative part is on the side of the designers as it has always been since the time of Louis Cartier himself, and Jeanne Toussaint [the legendary fashion and jewellery designer]. Louis Cartier himself used to call them (the designers) the inventors.

Tell us about your portfolio as it is today, and what a typical day looks like for you?

So my role (today) is to discuss with the creatives (the inventors), at all stages, about which direction Cartier should go towards. (Together, we try to identify) what makes AAA China Cartier copy watches so different, with a historical approach (for example), and try to explain why the objects were like they were at that time. What was the philosophy behind those objects and how can or does this philosophy apply today. My interaction with the creatives is at all stages, even before the design brief.

Day by day, I have many questions arriving on my desk. Maybe I have a design head, the head of a studio, saying we are thinking of doing something, and what do you think about it. Or maybe they have a prototype to show me. These are the unscheduled meetings, but of course there are plenty of scheduled ones!

And by the way, the style part of my title includes my involvement in everything that is created at Cartier, like the architecture of the stores for instance. I’m also involved the same way with the architects and interior designers…I am the link between image and style because effectively the style of the store is a part of image-building, for example. As a consequence, I am also in charge of the cultural and artistic aspects of Cartier. This means all Cartier’s links with external institutions or schools all over the world. You know, so I travel a lot [before Watches and Wonders Geneva 2023, Rainero was in Mexico City for a Cartier exhibition and he went to Hong Kong the week after the fair for another exhibition scheduled to open there]. My work is not only with the curators (of the exhibitions) but also the backroom part, including contract negotiations and this sort of thing. There is also a permanent component to this because we are always in contact with some institutions, such as the Louvre in Paris, the British Museum and the Metropolitan in New York, because they have best Cartier replica watches in their (respective) collections (and may acquire historical pieces now or in future).

Why is Cartier’s history so powerful?

The history of cheap UK replica Cartier watches and the production of Cartier both are so rich because (among other things) since the first years of the 20th century, we became the first real (watch and jewellery Maison) in the world. Meaning in terms of innovation (by virtue of being first), yes, but also just in terms of production. We became sort of an object of curiosity for the people of the whole world. A century ago, Cartier was so big that all the other jewellers were looking at it and calling it the ‘Firm’ because it was already something incredible. We had production already in London and New York so, as I used to say, it was really possible for a young guy to have an international career at Cartier in the early 20th century. It was really not so far from an international company of today. We were sending people to Hong Kong, to Tehran, to South America…we have all the reports of those people (the commercial reports).

It is incredible when you think of it, so that’s why there’s a richness in terms of production, and also different categories of products because luxury Cartier super clone watches is so unique in this way…and also of having that watchmaking part as equal to the jewellery part. We also greatly improved the making of objects of many different kinds, and it makes Cartier one of the main actors in the decorative arts in the applied arts segment. There is also a human dimension to this story, and I’m not referring only to the Cartier family (in those early days) because very, very quickly the family needed a lot of people to manage the company.

What sorts of people are you referring to, and are you ever surprised by what you yourself learn about the brand?

So they are less known to the outside world but we at Cartier know them. I’m talking about the directors for London and for New York, you know the succession of them (and the significant things they did for Cartier)… For instance, the help we gave to Charles de Gaulle during World War II was decided by the director, not by the wholesale replica Cartier watches family. This was just one of many examples, including Jeanne Toussaint [who was not a member of the Cartier family, but was appointed Director of Fine Jewellery by Louis Cartier in 1933; she remained with the firm until 1970, after the Cartier family had sold the business].

So you realise the power of those people…the artisans; it is an incredible number of people over the years. It is a human adventure, the story of Cartier fake watches for sale, you know, and that makes it so rich. This also makes it difficult to apprehend everything about Cartier because as a commercial entity, what we keep in our archives is mainly linked to how the company works and the production; that’s already very important because it is the link with the clients. But you know, of all the dimensions of decisions taken to open a store or a market, we only keep what we have a legal obligation to keep. The information on personal interactions (and the human story of the people who worked at Cartier), we have almost nothing, or perhaps we have only a few things. So that’s why I see there are many, many things still to discover…including the reason why the name Ronde was given to this Santos model [a vintage watch worn by a Cartier employee who sat in on the interview], which is actually not round at all…I never received an answer to my question when I first joined in 1984, and I still don’t know!

Moving to watches and jewellery, how important is the feel of the pieces versus how they look?

In jewellery, ergonomics is key, and in fact our vision in terms of watchmaking and jewellery is linked (by this). It is a specific skill in jewellery (or to jewellery) in considering how the object will wear… it is not like making little sculptures, which is something that might come to mind (as being analogous). Jewellery is worn, and worn mainly by women, and also always in motion, which has enormous consequences for how the jewellers conceive objects. This culture (of creativity) from jewellery is also very important for watchmaking (because 1:1 quality Cartier replica watches are also worn). So if we have a specific (identity) through our creations in watchmaking, it is because we were a jeweller before being a watchmaker.

I think being a jeweller first also gave us (a degree of) freedom in a way and that also makes it totally obvious when you think of the (initial) decision to go on shapes. In fact, we became the designer of shapes in terms of watchmaking, but there is a total logic there because we were not originally a provider of movements and we were not on the technical side; we were a creator of beautiful objects. For us, a watch was a beautiful object or had to be a beautiful object, and that is our vision and explains everything we do, till today I think.

What is a Cartier watch design that challenged you?

Well, the Swiss movements Ballon Bleu de Cartier replica watches was for me one of the most interesting exercises I had to face in terms of creativity because we wanted a round watch, but typically Cartier, so it is a contradiction in terms. Because, you know, we were born doing all shapes but round (and thus known for our range of various shapes, as I said). Thus for Ballon Bleu, we said let’s think of this design as if nothing is impossible; impossible is not French!

So, we went forward and the idea was to create something like a pebble; the brilliant idea was to get rid of the (traditional) crown) by including it within the circular shape of the case (instead of protruding as it normally does) in a space that was like a bubble. Obviously, it is not a regular round watch because it is so bizarre to not have the crown present as usual. But the design logic is there, and the ergonomic presence of the fake Cartier watches shop, in terms of how soft it feels, is there. One thing I recall perfectly about this model is the design of the bracelet, which I thought should be elegant and serviceable, not adding something else in terms of creativity, or another point of interest.

How much of Cartier’s design philosophy, as far as watches go, can be tied back to 1904?

I think when you analyze the creations, the different creations in terms of watchmaking from 1904, the original design of the Santos (from the first piece designed in 1904, for aviator Alberto Santos-Dumont and then the production models in 1911) until (the designs of) 1917, and the 1920s…it is very, very interesting because you have that idea to design for the first time an object that contains a watch designed specifically to be worn on the wrist (as a tool).

That was brilliant because before that, a man could only wear a pocket watch linked with a strap on his wrist. The basis of the design for the watch Santos-Dumont would use was a square shape with rounded corners because we had pocket watches in this style. But, if we create an object, it has to have aesthetical validity; the Santos-Dumont of 1904 was valid as an object, but for Louis Cartier and his team it was not corresponding to the purest shape possible to achieve the objective (of being a great wristwatch). So we followed up with the Tonneau watch just two years (1906) later, which was bigger. That is why it was curved, because it had to follow the curve of a wrist. If it was smaller, it could be flat, so in 1912, we came up with the Tortue, which is the flat version.

Five years later, in 1917, it was the (now-famous) two parallel lines (that characterised the Tank). There is nothing simpler than two parallel lines that link up (the Tank Normale this year harks back to this original Tank). In 1922, Louis Cartier himself asked to get rid of that metal between the lugs, and to just have the two parallel lines and no metal (or as little metal showing as possible). So, in our archives, this 2024 China replica Cartier Tank watches is suddenly called Tank Louis Cartier. Louis Cartier personally asked to do that and to produce that model, you know, and it was not often like this, where he interfered in the design process. So if that watch bears that name, it is because his will to modify it was very strong. The sense of purity here is really something very important, not only for Louis Cartier but for many people of this time. The two first decades of the 20th century, that’s where many revolutions happened in terms of design, art in general and many other areas, and Louis Cartier is part of this new era.

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From Ballon Bleu to the Tank, here are the captivating stories behind four of perfect 1:1 replica Cartier’s most celebrated watches.

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Sleek and simple, Cartier’s Ballon Bleu goes with everything from black tie to casual.

Princess Kate Middleton paired her steel model (a third-anniversary gift from husband Prince William) with skinny jeans and a striped top to attend a charity polo match.

A suited and velvet-booted Oscar Isaac flashed his gold version at the Venice Film Festival.

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Its round and convex casing, refined Roman numerals and enclosed blue cabochon crown are instantly recognizable to cheap Cartier copy watches collectors the world over.

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An early version of the timepiece was conceived by Louis Cartier in 1912 and gifted to top client Russian Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna.

It was reintroduced in 1958 and later named the Baignoire. Over the years, the oval case has been elongated (Baignoire Allongée), enlarged (Maxi Oval) and tilted (Baignoire Oblique). It has even been simultaneously stretched and studded (another Baignoire Allongée). Favored by French actresses including Catherine Deneuve and Jeanne Moreau, it also graces Kendall Jenner’s wrist.

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Created in 1917 by Louis Cartier, the China 2024 Cartier replica watches‘ design reflected the view from above of a World War I tank, with a rail-track minute counter, Roman numerals and a blue cabochon. That purity of line lends itself to myriad iterations.

Today, variations include the Tank Louis Cartier (an Art Deco masterpiece), the Tank Française (with its seamless chain-link bracelet), the Tank Américaine (boldly elongated to hug the wrist) and the Tank Cintrée Skeleton (its slim case showcases a visible movement). There’s endless temptation for Tank enthusiasts.

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I’ve mentioned before that I’m likely the world’s worst prognosticator. And yet, here I am again – even volunteering this time – to tackle the question of what best Cartier replica watches has in store for us in 2024.

Cartier might be the most challenging brand to predict because their horological strengths aren’t restricted solely to traditional watchmaking. As a grand jewelry Maison, I’ve seen some of the most incredible gem-setting on everything from Jean Cocteau’s sword for his induction into the Académie Française to “Tutti Fruitti” wristwatches that harken back to the days of cocktail Cartier fake watches for sale (and they should bring those back, by the way). This complicates things for me, an average joe whose feeble gem-less brain can’t fully comprehend the creativity of Cartier.

I would have never imagined UK AAA replica Cartier Baignoire Allongée watches with a studded case. A Tiger-striped gem-set Crash? It was too incredible for me to have imagined. A soft cushion-shaped watch that squishes when you press on it? What are we even talking about anymore? Even the Baignoire bangle from last year was, for me, out of left field.

Last year, I was all about the Privé collection Tank Normale. It’s the quintessential Normale, and while it knocked my socks off, I sort of knew it was coming, so I kept my mouth shut until the reveal. With no such inside information and barely enough creativity in my pinky finger to predict anything, I’m going to use all that juice – and my gut feelings – to make one prediction.

This is the year of the Cartier Maxi Oval.

Since 2015, the Privé collection has been a perfect platform to tease out iconic models like the Cloche, Tonneau, Cintrée, and Crash. The Pebble joined the Cartier lineup in 2022 as one of the few shapes Cartier hadn’t revisited since its original release, breaking a 50-year streak. What hasn’t come back is the Maxi Oval.

A brief hedge here to say that this is the 25th Anniversary of the (ahem – putting on my best French accent) Collection Privée Cartier Paris Tortue Monopoussoir, one of the most iconic and beloved cheap Cartier copy watches of the last quarter century. That watch itself played off the fact that the Tortue has been a platform for interesting vintage single-button chronographs in the past and at least two examples of vintage minute repeaters from the 1920s. Looking at how Cartier has treated their recent releases – liking to iterate with at least skeletonizations and sometimes complications – it’s possible that what we’re due is a resurgence of the Tortue. That’s probably the logical guess. But I’m betting on – or maybe rather hoping for – a Maxi Oval. And while it’s technically a Baignoire Allongée, what we haven’t seen since their run that started during the Swingin’ Sixties is a true Maxi Oval.

The luxury replica Cartier Maxi Oval watches has had the closest thing to a “moment” it’s ever seen. Phillips sold a New York Maxi Oval last year for $120,650, and Christie’s got nearly the same price for one from London. Monaco Legend Group auctioned a London Maxi Oval (the version to have) in the spring of 2023 with an all-in price of €273,000, landing in a prominent Cartier collection. A year and a half prior, MLG sold a gray dial, white gold London Maxi Oval for €364,000 – something that now feels like a steal for a unique touch of Jean-Jacques Cartier’s London shaped-watch genius.

Let’s get the apocryphal elephant in the room out of the way: a melted Maxi Oval was not the origin of the Crash. That doesn’t make any difference to me. What our good ol’ buddy JJ Cartier – as I’ve just decided to call him – did best was shaped Swiss made Cartier super clone watches. My apologies to my friends who own them, but watches like the Ceinture do very little in the shadow of the Maxi Oval. Similarly, the Crash is another tier above. What the Cintrée offers, specifically in contrast to the aforementioned, is an uninterrupted history since 1921. But that doesn’t make the Maxi Oval a bad watch.

A new Maxi Oval, respecting the 30mm by 57mm sizing of an original 60s or 70s model, would have an incredible wrist presence. I recently got to see a London Maxi Oval from 1968 near a newer Baignoire Allongée and realized that the latter would never work for me. It’s just too skinny and short. The Maxi Oval is a cuff, very similar to the Cintrée but with Swinging Sixties flare.

What will Cartier do with a new Maxi Oval? I’ve learned not to expect exactly what I want. I would love to see something that is basically a carbon copy of the original, but Cartier always feels a need to tweak their designs to varying degrees of modernization. The Privé Normale in platinum had a silver dial and silver hands (rendering it nearly illegible, mind you), and it certainly felt more modern. The 1:1 wholesale replica Cartier Crash and Cintrée watches came back multiple times in varying forms, but the 2014 Crash Skeleton and 2017 Cintrée Skeleton showed that Cartier isn’t afraid to experiment with historic designs while porting a watch into the modern era.

If I’m correct, I would expect to see a Maxi Oval in yellow gold and platinum, with potentially vertical graining to the dial (like last year’s Americaine) or guilloché like has been seen on past perfect fake Cartier Baignoire Allongée watches examples. It’s possible that they’d play with Arabic numerals on the dial like we’ve seen on the Cintrée as well. Throw in a few gem-set models and maybe a skeleton, and you’ve essentially got what we saw last year with the Normale. You see, I told you my creativity would run out.

What would I like to see? That gray dial at Monaco Legend would be a good start. Whatever happens, with how hot top online Cartier replica watches remains, I doubt I’ll be getting a call for a Maxi Oval. But let it be known that I called shotgun far before anyone else.

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Years ago, I swore off Miami during Art Basel week. Too sceney, too expensive, too crowded, too crazed.

Then, on a Wednesday morning in September, an email from a PR manager at Cartier arrived in my inbox: “We are gearing up for an exhilarating project during Art Basel in Miami and thought of you immediately. Cartier is set to host a breathtaking watch exhibition, and we’d be thrilled if you could join us to cover it. It’s a journey through the intricate layers of our iconic timepieces, each telling a story of legacy, innovation, and unmatched craftsmanship.”

And just like that, I caved. (Who wouldn’t?!)

The exhibition, “Time Unlimited,” opened Dec. 7 at a temporary space in the Miami Design District, and I was thrilled to be part of a small group of editors and influencers invited to preview it.

On through Dec. 22, the exhibition is a tribute to Cartier’s well-deserved reputation as “the watchmaker of shapes,” a reference to the brand’s history of making non-round cheap Cartier replica watches that are, almost as a rule, iconic—from the rectangular Tank and its many fetching iterations to the bathtub-shaped Baignoire, the “It watch” of the season.

As someone who’s covered watchmaking for more than 20 years, it still catches me off-guard when I meet people who think of Cartier first (and perhaps only) as a jeweler. Then, I consider the hordes of people around the world who either covet or own the Love bracelet and I realize that, despite its 119-year-old history as a watchmaker—in 1904, Louis Cartier made the first UK AAA Cartier fake watches for the Brazilian aviator Alberto Santos-Dumont—the brand needs to keep telling that story.

Here are a few ways Cartier shaped the narrative around its watchmaking expertise during my three-day stay in Miami.

They thought of every last detail—down to monogrammed pillowcases.

Cartier chose the Four Seasons at the Surf Club in Surfside, a luxe, mostly residential beachside community just a few miles south of Bal Harbour, as home base for the press contingent it hosted during the week. The group of influencers and editors included Brynn Wallner, founder of @Dimepiece, a platform that promotes the intersection of watchmaking and pop culture through a feminine lens; Malaika Crawford, an editor with the leading watch publication Hodinkee; and Mike Nouveau, a vintage dealer and rising TikTok star best known for his “Watch Spotting” videos.

When I arrived at the Four Seasons on Monday, Dec. 4, three days before the exhibition officially opened to the public, I discovered that I had been given a corner room with a wraparound balcony that afforded me a view of the fiery sunsets over downtown, as well as a glimpse of the Atlantic ocean. Even more impressive, however, was the “Time Unlimited In-Room Dining Menu,” featuring a curated selection of treats including Florida’s famed stone crabs, chips and a spicy margarita, and key lime pie.

The pièce de résistance, however, was undoubtedly the pair of monogrammed pillowcases that adorned my king-size bed (and yes, they were made to be taken home!).

Cartier loaned us watches for the event. I’m now all-in on small, shaped timepieces for 2024.

Before I departed for Miami, Cartier arranged for me to choose a piece from a menu of watches in the current range, so I could wear it on the trip. I opted for luxury replica Cartier Baignoire watches on a black strap, not realizing just how teeny-tiny it was (24.6 mm long by 18.7 mm wide). At first, I was hesitant. I’ve always worn models sized 36 mm and above. It didn’t take long, however, for me to warm to the smaller size. Something about it felt fresh and contemporary, which brings me to my point…

If the hype around the beguiling elongated oval style, especially in its mini incarnation, is any indication, you’ll want to stock up on smaller, shaped high quality Cartier copy watches for the new year. The sizing-down trend, even, or especially, among men has been going strong for the better part of the past year and it does not appear to be slowing any time soon.

Cartier’s current hot streak, in sales of both new and vintage pieces, is also an indication that the time is ripe for round Cartier replica watches for sale to make way for shapelier styles. After admiring the vitrines at the exhibition, which displayed timepieces from the current range as well as those from the Cartier Collection, a 40-year-old archive of designs that serves as a record of the brand’s innovation and artistry—it’s easy to see that a renaissance of shapes is coming.

No one does shaped watches better (or more prolifically) than Cartier.

As I admired the 20th-century models on display at the exhibition, I was struck by how daring so many of them were, especially in light of how much more conservative society was as a whole. Consider the Swiss made fake Cartier Tank Asymétrique watches, a bold version of the Tank introduced in 1936 in an off-kilter case shaped like a parallelogram, and still sold today. Or the trio of 1970s styles in squarish yellow gold cases—the 1978 Ceinture, the 1977 Cristallor, and the 1974 Coussin—that seem ripe for revivals. Or the 1990 two-time-zone Tonneau wristwatch in its voluptuous yellow gold casing.

Having so many unconventional styles, some familiar and others obscure, collected into a single space made a powerful statement about best Cartier super clone watches: No other watchmaker has excelled at creating so many unusual and daring silhouettes, or, dare I say, ever will.

When styling wristwatches, anything goes.

The opening party for Time Unlimited took place on Wednesday, Dec. 6, in the exhibition rooms. It was Art Basel Miami Beach week at peak scene. Some of the boldfaced names in attendance included YouTuber and Cartier ambassador Emma Chamberlain, wearing—what else?—the mini Baignore bangle watch, the get of all gets; NBA legend Dwyane Wade adorned in an extra-large steel top Cartier Tank Must replica watches; and singer-songwriter Leon Bridges in a large 18k yellow gold Tank Louis Cartier watch on a brown leather strap.

What I found most intriguing, however, were the styling choices that Mike Nouveau highlighted in his wrap-up video from the party. A Cartier exec wearing yellow gold Panthère de Cartier replica watches wholesale on a bracelet in a loop around her neck (hot!). Two women double-wristing a Tank and Baignoire on the same wrist. Lots of red dials and brown leather straps.

As you look to the new year, take note: Cartier may have innovated the form that its most popular models have taken, but its fans around the world—even those just learning of its legacy in watchmaking—will be the ones who ultimately define how to wear them.