Jewelry & Watches
Cartier Brings Back an Iconic Watch From the '80s
A new generation is loving the Panthère timepiece for the first time.
IMAGE COURTESY OF CARTIER
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Cartier's Panthère watch was all the rage in the '80s. Launched in 1983, it epitomized the gilded glamour of the decade through Cartier's distinctive sleek and subtle lines.

In the early 2000s, the style was discontinued, making it a collectible, but this year, Cartier has brought back the Panthère in all of its glory. Available in two sizes and nine finish varieties, the watch has an octagonal sapphire crown, Roman numeral hours, a linked bracelet band, and, of course, those signature screws surrounding the dial.

Cartier introduced the covetable timepiece to a crowd born after its beginnings with a weekend-long celebration at Indochine in New York City.


Panthère De Cartier watches.


Modern Swans Natalie and Dylana Suarez wear Cartier’s Panthère Watch outside Indochine.


T&C’S Sarah Bray at Cartier’s Panthère studio pop-up.


Cartier Champagne vending machine at Indochine.


Seth Johnson at Cartier’s Panthère studio pop-up at Indochine.


TK Wonder and Cipriana Quann


Alice Longyu Gao

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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