There’s something truly alluring about Cartier’s choice of colours for its 2020 additions to the Guirlande de Cartier family. Burgundy, a deeper shade of red that’s a great accompaniment to the emblematic colour found on Cartier boxes, and Powdered Beige, a delicate hue that carries an almost satin-like effect. Both shades have recently joined the original line-up that includes Black, Camel, Green and Red, giving you ladies even more options to consider.
You will be able to find the new colours on bags like the Guirlande de Cartier Mini (SGD2770), a chic handbag measuring 23 cm high and 21 cm wide, with a spacious interior (depth of 8.5 cm) that will hold your essentials with ease. The magnetic front flap opens to reveal two inner compartments, with a hidden pocket containing a mirror for your beauty touch-ups while on the go. Carrying the bag is rather simple; you can opt to hold it via the single top handle, or attach the adjustable shoulder strap and sling it across the body if you wish to. But if you’re looking for something even smaller, you can go for the Guirlande de Cartier Nano (SGD1690) size, a boxier shape that’s shorter (12 cm) and narrower (19.5 cm), and looks equally chic as a clutch for evenings.
Now, aside from the introduction of Burgundy and Powdered Beige, the French luxury house unveiled all-new designs like the Wallet Bag (think of it as a wallet with a removable chain strap) and a selection of SLGs like the Mini Wallet, Trifold Wallet, Zipped Cardholder and the larger International Wallet with prices starting from SGD540. You can view the entire Guirlande de Cartier collection online, and a Cartier rep will be available to answer your questions via the interactive chat on the website.
And even though the boutiques are currently closed, Cartier’s online store remains open, with all prices stated online inclusive of taxes and delivery within Singapore. Should you ever change your mind, Cartier accepts returns within 30 days, but your items must be in a new and unused state, with all protective materials (like stickers and tags) attached to them.