Top 3 Picks from Cartier’s Skeleton Watch Exhibition
We managed to narrow down our favourite timepieces from Cartier’s covetable skeleton watch collection
Following Cartier’s pop-up exhibition at IFC last week where we learned about Cartier’s fine watchmaking and manufacturing abilities - we compiled a short list of our three favourite timepieces from their skeleton collection:
The Rotunde de Cartier Flying Tourbillion Skeleton Watch
A classic in the Cartier watch family, the flying tourbillion evokes masculinity and style. We love how the conventional design has been reimagined in the skeleton version – making it a statement accessory that will never go out of style.
The Crash Skeleton Watch
We love the Crash Skeleton Watch for it’s unusual design – a somewhat rebellious choice to deviate from conventional design, whilst retaining a classic, and chic style sensibility. Created during the times of ‘Swinging London’, the Crash embodies the carefree spirit of an era that was focused on freedom.
The Tank Louis Cartier Skeleton Watch
The Tank Louis Cartier is an instantly recognizable watch renowned for its modern, Art-Deco design, symbolic of Cartier’s timepieces. We love the Tank Louis Cartier Skeleton for being a contemporary interpretation of the classic watch worn by Louis Cartier himself.