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CARTIER EXPANDS ITS BRANCHES IN QATAR.

A 460-square-metre Cartier boutique was opened at 21 High St. in Katara Cultural Village to focus on tradition, privacy and exclusivity.

The new boutique showcases a temple-like architecture which provides a private atmosphere and two massive main entrances and three VIP salons boasting luxurious boudoir furnishings.

Adjacent to Katara Cultural Village, the location of Cartier's new boutique highlights its long-lasting tis with arts and culture.

The boutique's design retains Cartier codes with a touch of local aesthetics which conveniently underlines the Maison's and the city's commitment to preserving heritage, traditions and relationships.

Present at the inauguration, Christophe Massoni, CEO Cartier Middle East, India and Africa, said: "We are thrilled to become part of this avant-garde development, with a brand-new space that celebrates Cartier's history, style and craftsmanship while also paying tribute to local heritage and traditions."

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Publication:Qatar Today (Doha, Quatar)
Date:Jun 30, 2019
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