5 reasons you must visit Cartier's first-ever pop-up in Singapore
Cartier's first-ever pop-up in Singapore
In just a few days time, Cartier will be having its first-ever pop-up in Singapore which is open to the public from Nov 15-17.
This is the first time Cartier is bringing the experiential pop-up to Southeast Asia, following the global launch of the Clash de Cartier collection in Paris earlier this year.
With a range of interactive activities throughout the space at the STPI Creative Workshop and Gallery at Robertson Quay, the luxury brand wants guests to explore the collection in an unconventional and immersive space.
The Clash de Cartier collection is a new signature jewellery line that shakes up the Maison’s aesthetic heritage of studs, beads and clous carrés. It is a classic that balances clean design with a burst of energy; and a certain sense of seriousness with original charm (read more about the editor-approved jewellery line here).
South Korean star to grace opening of Cartier's pop-up
To celebrate the inaugural pop-up, South Korean actor, Ji Chang-Wook, will also be in Singapore on Nov 14 to grace the launch. The last time the star visited Singapore was in 2015.
The 32-year-old actor, who was discharged from the military in April, is best known for playing the lead actor in action thriller, “Healer”. After the drama aired in December 2014, Ji Chang-Wook rose to popularity in Singapore, China and other parts of Asia. For his role in “Healer”, Ji Chang-Wook won the Popularity Award and Best Couple Award with Park Min-Young at the 2014 KBS Drama Awards, and Most Popular Overseas Actor at the 2015 China TV Drama Awards. His latest drama, “Melting Me Softly”, a fantasy romantic comedy, is currently airing on tvN.
So what are you up to this weekend? Here are five reasons to check out the pop-up.
Register your interest here right now. Admission is complimentary.
Each journey will begin either at the “Bookstore” or the “Record Store”. Guests will have to take a simple questionnaire to determine their starting point.
Book lovers will enjoy the Bookstore. The genres and themes of books will be deliberately contradicting. So keep an open mind and you might be delighted at what you’ll chance upon.
In this room, guests are able to do a simple personality test to determine their “Clash” alter ego personality, which will be translated into a personalised Haiku poem crafted by the Haiku poets stationed within the room.
Each guest’s customised Haiku poem will be typed out by an old school typewriter and given to guests to take with them as a memento.