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For decades, pink-colored dials were served straight up, combined with white-colored metals on brown straps or metal bracelets. This way, the pink took center stage. But recent developments have shown that pink can also hold its ground when mixed into a very nice cocktail.
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One could perhaps best compare it to a chef serving your favorite dish with a twist you hadn’t tasted before.
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Buying other companies seems to be on LVMH’s daily to-do list. In the last two months of the year, LVMH bought Italian online wines and spirits company Tannico, Art Lab, a Tuscan company specializing in digital printing and handmade treatments on leather, and Pedemonte Group, a jewelry producer operating in Italy and France. These brands maybe don’t immediately ring a bell, but they are strategically important to LVMH. In total, LVMH, founded in Paris in 1978, made 28 acquisitions worth US$44.01 billion and made 18 investments in multiple sectors such as fashion and beauty tech, online grocery, and more.
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Some experts and insiders describe Bernard Arnault as the flamboyant type. Well, he sure loves luxury. Not only does he sell a very wide of luxury products through a plethora of LVMH-owned brands, he also likes to enjoy luxury personally. Arnault owns and enjoys his castles, a private island in the Bahamas, villas all over the world, and an impressive art collection. Where does the funding come from originally? Bernard Arnault joined his father’s construction company in 1971, shifted its focus to real estate, and became its CEO when he 30. But he didn’t expand in the real estate sector. Instead, he went into luxury goods and left France. He took his business to the United States because the economic climate under President François Mitterrand at the time was not pro-capitalist, to say the least.
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Rupert accumulated his fortune through the family’s tobacco business and also through Richemont SA, a publicly traded luxury goods manufacturer and retailer of which he is chairman. He also controls 10% of the company’s capital and holds 51% of its voting rights. One of Rupert’s characteristics is his deep commitment to some of the group’s watch brands. Panerai and A. Lange & Söhne, for instance, are brands that Rupert has a particular soft spot for.
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Adding cheap replica Cartier watches to the LVMH portfolio makes sense from Bernard Arnault’s French perspective – since 2007 Arnault is Commander of the French Legion of Honor after all. Just like Hermès, luxury UK Cartier copy watches has a prestigious French heritage. The brand “deserves” a French owner, so to speak. But how, exactly, would he acquire the brand? By buying Richemont, the group that owns 20 luxury brands and reported revenues of €13.14 billion in 2021. It’s a bit like “buy 20 brands, get one free” if you will. But to make that happen, Arnault would have to persuade Rupert to give up the controlling stake in the company. And that might be a tough one.
In August of last year, Rupert didn’t give in to activist shareholder Bluebell Capital Partners’ wishes to change the boardroom structure.“Our board may be slower and more conservative than others. But its openness and collegiality are exactly its advantage. I will not be blackmailed,” he said in an interview with Swiss newspaper Finanz und Wirtschaft. “I can assure you of one thing: I will not change our capital structure,” Rupert also stated. Still, Bluebell Capital’s co-founder Giuseppe Bivona told Reuters that the fund’s campaign would continue as the Richemont board did not take into consideration the Class A shareholders who take the greatest financial risk.
Anton, Johann, and Anton Rupert Jr.
Still, Arnault is not an activist shareholder, and he can be very persuasive. Maybe the 72-year-old Johann Rupert might want to start thinking about taking things easy, although he’s two years younger than Arnault. Ten years ago, Rupert took a sabbatical year and was reappointed as Richemont’s Chairman in September 2014. A decade later, taking an infinite sabbatical doesn’t seem that strange.
Johann Rupert did transform his father Anton’s tobacco business into a luxury giant and force to be reckoned with, and giving that up is quite possibly not an easy thing to do. Also, Rupert does have three children who could succeed him, two daughters and a son. Of the three, son Anton Rupert Jr., on paper, seems to be the most likely candidate.
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Anton Jr. is the current director of Watchfinder, a Richemont company. In 2017, he was appointed to the board of Richemont as a non-executive director, and he’s also a member of the Strategic Security and Nominations Committee. Whether he wants to take over from his father and if his father thinks he’s capable of taking over the family-founded business is not public knowledge. And perhaps that unclarity might be the weak spot in Richemont’s armor that Arnault wants to take advantage of.
The determination to be the best and biggest shines through in everything Bernard Arnault does. AAA Cartier replica watches wholesale would be the pearl in the LVMH crown, and Bernard Arnault would wear that crown like the undisputed king of luxury he most definitely is. It will be very hard for Johann Rupert to resist Arnault once he starts besieging the Richemont castle that holds the top super clone Cartier watches treasure. But who knows? Maybe Anton Rupert Jr. will be the knight in shining armor who saves the day for his family and Richemont.
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And that just about sums up where the Française sits in the modern Cartier catalog. It’s a piece of relatively affordable, contemporary, unisex Cartier design that’s become part of the fashion and pop culture watch dialogue. It may not be a standout model when it comes to the historical Cartier canon, but the UK best fake Cartier Tank Française watches has its own kind of historical context – not to mention a personal context for yours truly.
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That’s how I remember the Française most clearly. It was a watch people’s mothers wore. A grown-up ladies’ watch.
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Diana’s ownership of the luxury fake Cartier Tank Française watches, along with the photographs of her wearing it, have influenced the entire trajectory of this timepiece. In the ’80s and ’90s, Diana’s individual look held sway over what people wore on the streets of London – which then filtered out into the rest of the world. Today, those images of her have become broadly influential amongst a younger generation. There are countless Instagram accounts and hashtags dedicated to her on- and off-duty style, within which we can see her watch choices too. The founder of the Instagram account @ladydirevengelooks (and writer of The Lady Di Look Book) cleverly called Diana the “posthumous influencer,” and she’s not wrong. It has been 25 years since the princess’ passing and we still refer to the Tank Française as Lady Di’s watch.
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The Tank Française also follows the all-too-clever Cartier trick of extremely recognizable design which it continues to maintain despite the cosmetic upgrades. The Française ticks the entry-level box, and serves as a sort of horological version of a Love bracelet, because what you are really buying here is jewelry that tells the time. These are China Cartier replica watches that, once again, like the Love bracelet, are being made on a mass scale. Women (and men) can therefore afford to sport a little piece of Cartier, a little piece of very recognizable luxury which equates to a little piece of status.
Currently the watch is front and center with Meghan Markle wearing her own yellow gold 2023 fake Cartier Française watches, but despite the attention it has garnered, it’s unconfirmed whether the watch is actually Diana’s or a tribute. Given the omnipresence of the British royal family in the media these past couple of years, Meghan has even suffered scrutiny at the hands of the watch community as she stands at the forefront of the “to stack or not to stack” your watch debate – a contentious topic if the watch is indeed a precious family heirloom.
So when Cartier announced a relaunch, I wasn’t at all surprised. This is a watch that has been getting a lot of social media air time, and yet remains something of a late ’90s – early 2000s relic. Perhaps perfect timing for Cartier to ride on the coattails of nostalgia? Time for a scrub up, a new lick of paint and a push back into the wider conversation, beyond the pages of Instagram? But now maybe with the added agenda of appealing to all genders?
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In total there are seven new versions of the Française. All of the older styles have now officially been phased out. I sat down to examine both the smaller models (with and without diamonds) as well as the large model. And once I opened the box containing the Swiss made Cartier replica watches, I saw that everything looked largely the same – and yet I knew immediately that everything had changed.
The first and most obvious difference was the amount of brushed satin finishing on the bracelet and case, which stood in stark contrast to the polished surfaces of the original. Had the Française morphed into a Santos derivative? I remembered just how shiny the yellow gold usually looks; all light play and sparkle, perfect for my magpie tendencies. The change was unsettling at first, but the toned down gold did look good. I continued on with my investigation.
The fake Cartier watches shop had definitely increased in size, a factor I was okay with when it came to the small model (25.7 x 21.2 mm) but mildly upset by it when it came to the medium (32 x 27 mm) and well the large (36.7 x 30.5 mm) was pretty damn large. Turns out I wasn’t hallucinating and each case size has increased by around 2mm.
Then onto my more meticulous examination, with a loupe (yes I used a loupe because that’s just who I am now). There had been major updates to the dial and I had a feeling that this was where the real haters were gonna hate.
The gold models now feature a champagne dial, while their steel counterparts all feature silver. All of the small models have a sunray finish on the dial, while the medium and large steel models use a satin finish. The numerals are now also applied on the dial instead of printed. The smaller models looked busier and maybe less legible as a result but I quite liked the idea that numerals were sort of melting into the background on the steel model. It certainly made the watch seem more jewelry-like to me.
Although I have come across quite a bit of shady commentary about the new endlinks (including the Hodinkee comments section) – it’s now, one large brushed end link as opposed to the previous three links – the new case and bracelet integration provides a much more seamless and ergonomic design. On top of which, the external links on the bracelet are now interlocked, which gives it a weightier look. When I examine the side profile of the watch all of these details do seem to work rather nicely – after all, Cartier are the kings of shape.
The recessed crown with the traditional blue cabochon sapphire (set with a brilliant-cut diamond on the fancier models) seems like one of those details that irks at the outset and just becomes normal with time. I happen to quite like the more streamlined modern profile that comes with this new feature.
All of the models house a quartz movement, except the large size in stainless steel which features an automatic movement with date window: Caliber MC 1853. And while we could take a guess and make generalized assumptions that perhaps most people looking to buy this watch aren’t necessarily interested in it for its mechanical prowess, watch lovers like me are left a little disappointed. Sure, it would be costly to upgrade all of these replica Cartier watches store site to be mechanical. But it would be fun to see some teeny tiny mechanical movements. And if I go even deeper down the rabbit hole of the argument that smaller jewelry-like mass-produced watches with mechanical movements aren’t cost effective for a company like Cartier, ergo consumers should be understanding, then I can’t help but think of Lady Datejusts.
I’ll be honest, I spent a lot longer wearing the small yellow gold model with diamonds. Its poor stainless steel cousin never stood a serious chance at gracing my wrist for longer than 10 minutes. And after trying on both metals in all the sizes I suddenly understood what was at play: The changes had made this watch more unisex. The brushed satin, the larger case sizes, the more substantial bracelet.
“At the time of its original inception, the Française was primarily a dedicated ladies piece,” Hodinkee alum and Parchie founder Cara Barrett told me. “Unlike the Panthère, which was overtly feminine with its bricklay bracelet, the Tank Francaise was very modern for its time. It had a masculine edge, it was an edgy watch.”
Perhaps the new interpretation, with its more matte finish and largely more substantial specs lends to the future of Cartier’s mission to lay claim as the truly gender fluid brand? In the ’90s this watch would have been modern for being a more masculine “ladies watch.” In the year 2023, the definition of modern design in best quality Cartier fake watches has come a long way. Is this part of Cartier’s plan to push even harder for a unisex design language?
“These changes intrinsically do make the watch more unisex in appeal,” long time Cartier collector Roni Madvhani said, “which is in line with the underlying paradigm shift of men’s watches getting smaller and ladies’ watches getting bigger – and individual style and finish elements of the watch having a commonality to meet this shift.”
While I do think that the gendering of Cartier replica watches paypal isn’t always as easy as calling everything unisex (there is always nuance involved in nomenclature), I do think meeting in the middle and making watches that appeal to both sexes is thoroughly modern in approach.
“It’s never going to replace a woman wanting a GMT or Sub,” Leigh Zagoory, a VP and specialist in the watch department at Sotheby’s, told me. “But the more substantial quality on the newer models versus the older models means this is no longer just a ladies’ watch.”
I sat with my Française-infused thoughts for days after the watch’s relaunch. Perhaps it’s not quite as important to the history of the entire Cartier pantheon as it is to the history of women’s replica Cartier watches for sale. But the watch is so heavily steeped in pop culture history that it would be hard for me to ignore its impact on a younger category of consumers today.
We are existing in a time that is so heavily influenced by Instagram and nostalgia and with this very strong re-appreciation for ’90s paparazzi photographs. The kids are yearning for what came before, but Cartier, like any smart brand, are looking to what comes next; and if that means a genderless Tank Française, then I am here for it. Petition for the next round of small and medium models to include mechanical movements!
There’s nothing like starting the day with a glass of champagne and a selection of interesting new watches. I know, coffee is also a good kick-start, but when you try out and try on the 2023 perfect replica Cartier Tank Française watches in the boutique and you’re given the choice between the two beverages, what would you do? Exactly. So I got the chance to have a closer look at all of the iterations of the redesigned Tank Française. Most of my attention went to the medium model in soft, shimmering yellow gold and the large model in steel.
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The 2023 Cartier Tank Française on the wrist in the Amsterdam boutique
Let me be brutally honest with you: the satin finishing of the steel models takes a bit of getting used to. What I also noticed is that the medium-sized Tank Française, measuring 32 × 27 × 7.1mm in steel (WSTA0074 / €4,800), looks a tad small on my wrist. And the large model, measuring 36.7 × 30.5 × 10.1mm (WSTA0067 / €5,900), looks a tad big.
I think the large brushed surfaces have something to do with that. The prominent square dial maybe does too. But the main “culprit” for the AAA China replica Cartier Tank Française watches’ voluminous appearance is most definitely the bracelet, which measures 22mm wide all the way around. When doing a wrist roll, the predominantly brushed bracelet with just the arms of the H-shaped links polished teases an oversized, luxurious dive watch coming into view shortly. But it never does live up to that expectation. Instead, a luxurious watch with a casual soul comes into view.
The sweet spot for me would be a case size of 34 × 28.5mm or something close to those measurements. But perhaps the large model in steel could work if I kept it on my wrist for a longer period. Maybe this chic athlete needs a bit of time to get used to it. I don’t want to dismiss the best Cartier copy watches’ instrumental looks and muscular appearance just yet.
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Surprisingly, the medium-sized luxury Cartier Tank Française replica watches in classic yellow gold (WGTA0113 / €26,400) felt perfect on the wrist. In brushed gold with just a few polished accents, the M-sized watch is more chic than sporty. It’s soft and smooth rather than straightforward and instrumental too. It’s also quite sophisticated. That last word also applies to the T-shaped end link of the 19.5mm-wide bracelet that is meticulously designed to integrate with the case. And since we’re on the topic of integration, the slightly recessed crown interrupts the right brancard. And because it does, it makes the watch look less heavy and voluptuous. In gold and size M, the Tank Française lives in the worlds of both watches and jewelry without being schizophrenic.
I heard and read some comments on the silvered sunray dial with silver-gray Roman numerals in relief instead of more traditional printed black ones. The contrast between the dial and numerals is definitely softer, but in my opinion, it’s not too soft. The slightly more restrained color gives the firm watch a bit of much-needed softness. Readability is never under threat anyway because of the characteristic blued sword hands. Even after a glass of champagne with a top-up, I had no problem seeing it was time to head back to Fratello HQ, unfortunately, without the Cartier super clone watches for sale. But it looks like we’re going to receive various references of the Tank Française in the office soon, so I can give the different sizes a longer and more thorough “test drive.”
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Cartier has updated the Tank Française. Introduced in 1996, the Française brought a metal bracelet to the Tank family. The Française soon spread far and wide, becoming one of AAA UK Cartier replica watches’ bestsellers. Sticking to the age-old adage about not fixing things that aren’t broken, Cartier has left the Française largely unchanged over the past 20-plus years.
Now, this revamped Tank Française lineup features a total of seven references: small and medium sizes in gold (with or without diamonds), and small, medium, and large cases in steel. The large steel case uses an automatic movement featuring a date window at three o’clock while the small and medium references all use a quartz movement.
From a distance, the new high quality fake Cartier Tank Française watches looks a lot like the old Tank Française, but Cartier has updated some of the watch’s details to give it a more modern vibe:
The case sizes are all a touch larger than the previous Française – to avoid statistical overload, I’ll leave those specs for the bottom of this article.
The case and bracelet feature more brushed satin finishes, as opposed to the more polished surfaces traditional to the Française.
This satin finish is perhaps most noticeable on the end links, which have also been updated – now, one large brushed end link connects the case to the bracelet (previously, three links did this work).
The crown has been integrated into the case, giving it a slightly sleeker profile.
Finally, the gold models now feature a champagne dial, while their steel counterparts all feature silver. All of the small models have a sunray finish on the dial, while the medium and large steel models use a satin finish.
Numerals are applied on the dial instead of printed.
What We Think
It’s nice to see Cartier updating the Française in a very Cartier way. That is to say: Lots of small changes that add up to best Cartier replica watches that’s a little more modern. It’s a formula that’s now worked with standard production pieces like the Tank Must and limited editions like last year’s Pebble. Alone, none of the changes above are particularly interesting, but together they create a watch that seems a little more sleek, sporty, and contemporary.
Listen, the Tank Française probably isn’t the most exciting of Cartier models to hardcore horologists, and Cartier doesn’t necessarily help that perception by only using an automatic movement in the large model in steel. But, the Française is the most popular top Cartier copy watches this side of the Ballon Bleu because it’s a beautiful Cartier design in an affordable package (at least, as far as Cartier goes), not because of any particular technical revolution.
The natural conclusion to draw is that Cartier updated this watch to meet the supposed sporty and relaxed sensibilities of today’s consumer, even if the brand has experienced a resurgence over the past few years mostly through its Swiss made replica Cartier watches that are the exact opposite of such suppositions (small, precious metals, leather straps). Similarly, it’s interesting – from a business perspective, at least – that Cartier brought a large, steel Française with an automatic movement to the catalog, even if the movement inside is Cartier’s caliber 1853, a Sellita-based automatic with 38 hours of power reserve. At $5,500, it’ll find plenty of competition – both within Cartier’s own catalog (like the Santos) and from other brands. But again, consumers – and lots of them – buy the Française for the design, not the movement.
But only putting a mechanical movement in the large steel Française is the predictable choice. Maybe there’s more to come in the next few years, but what if this small gold 2023 Cartier Tank Française super clone watches had a mechanical movement? Sure, it probably wouldn’t make a lot of sense – from a business or really from any other perspective – but that’s the type of swing for the fences that would show Cartier at its best, as one of the only houses that stands at the intersection (and the pinnacle) of both jewelry and horology.
Still, most of the tweaks to the new China replica Cartier Tank Française watches seem like small improvements that will be appreciated on wrist more readily than in pictures, so I’m excited to get hands-on with the new Française soon. Stay tuned for a Hands-On of the new Tank Française in the coming weeks.