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Cartier Opens In Changi Airport

No wonder Changi Airport has been crowned the number one for so many years in a row.

Marking Cartier's fourth boutique in Singapore, the luxury French jewellery house has recently opened its first airport boutique in partnership with Valiram, in Changi Terminal 3 - the fourth airport boutique for the year.

Embracing the vibrant culture, architectural and natural beauty of Singapore, the boutique harmoniously melds local inspiration with Cartier's enduring design principles. The concept for the boutique presents two contrasting atmospheres of urbanisation and greenery, evoking the continuous juxtaposition of tranquillity with the bustling pace of Singapore.

The boutique presents a full offering of Cartier’s iconic jewellery and watchmaking collections. Accessories including leather goods, fragrances and gifts are also made available. The boutique also provides a relaxing area with a bar feature that allows customers to lounge comfortably while exploring the offerings from the Maison, or for bored husbands to take a seat and have a drink while their wives happily shop away.

Virginie Martignac, Cartier Global Travel Retail Director, commented: “We are thrilled to announce the expansion of our presence in this vibrant travel hub. It marks an exciting journey of growth for us as we forge deep connections with travellers. With each new boutique, Cartier furthers its leadership as the unmissable jewellery retailer and marks another step in driving meaningful change in the travel ecosystem.”

“The opening of this boutique is a testament to Valiram’s longstanding partnership with Cartier and reinforces our shared commitment towards bringing the best of luxury experiences to the fashion and watch community. We look forward to providing travellers at Changi Airport with an unparalleled shopping experience and inviting them to immerse themselves in the Maison’s exceptional craftsmanship and timeless beauty, through an impressive line-up of watches, jewellery and accessories,” says Mukesh Valiram, Executive Director of Valiram.

 


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