CARTIER has a plethora of accessories to organise an executive's day and add a business-like touch. From lighters to watches, luggage to razors, Cartier designs accessories with class. Mini-lighters are exact replicas of their ''big brothers'' and come in the colours of the sea: Veronese green, cobalt blue and coral this feminine accessory. Coated in 40 layers of lacquer, their surface is smooth and luxurious, like the lacquered Chinese miniatures of the past. Cartier heralds autumn with leather accessories in the primary hues of red, blue and green. The collection includes a key holder, hand mirror and purse - each with the Panther clasp with the Cartier signature. For executives who spend their business week living out of a suitcase, Cartier has practical and attractive travelling companions. The supple leather luggage collection is created in rich, classic burgundy - the Cartier house colour. The line comprises travel bags in luxurious grained leather, a reminder of the elegant saddlebags from the past. Each piece features a finely engraved buckle, an engraved padlock and grained leather handles. The Pasha razor and shaving brush take some of the tedium out of shaving. They are a limited edition in gold, complete with the characteristic three-coloured gold ring. Other accessories which feature the trademark bands of gold are the bookmark, money clip and key-ring from the Vendome collection. From the Must collection comes the cigar cutter, bookmark, key ring, ballpoint pen and money clip in solid steel. Cartier's cuff links are actually jewellery created from 18-karat gold with interchangeable links in precious wood, gold or polished stone. The colour and look can be adapted to suit the occasion. This year is the 100th anniversary of the founding of Alfred Dunhill and, to mark the occasion, the Unique and Rollagas lighters have been re-introduced. These are crafted from sterling silver and are available in reed and barley, or woven finishes. Each is individually numbered and hallmarked with the stamp of British quality, as were Dunhill's original designs of the early 1900s. The range also includes three sterling silver and enamel Unique lighters finished in blue, green and burgundy. A unique ''sunburst'' patterned panel is plated with fine layers of enamel, which create a stunning effect when light reflects from it. The effect of the sunburst finish is achieved by recessing the body of the lighter and engine-turning it by hand. The traditional enamelling process used by Alfred Dunhill to produce the Unique and Rollagas lighters has remained unchanged for more than five centuries. The technique requires four cycles of firing and refining of the glass until the final layer can be polished level with the lighter surface. Also from Dunhill is the sterling silver lighter range, with prices ranging from $7,250 to $9,750. Dunhill has also added new cuff links to its accessories range. One set recaptures the look of the 1930s, while the other complements the Sports and Chronograph watch ranges. The dumb-bells design combines gold plate, ruthenium plate, steel and gold, black, red or blue lacquers made popular in the Dunhill range of tubular tie bars. There are also the Gemstone embellished cuff links in steel and gold-plated combinations, set with black onyx, jade and sodalite gemstones. These colourful variations match the distinctive straps and bezels of the Sports and Chronograph watches. Caran d'Ache has leather accessories for the complete executive look. Each item is Swiss-made in soft calf skin, and imprinted with the Caran d'Ache hallmark, and complements quality writing instruments also from Caran d'Ache. The collection comprises a range of burgundy accessories, including a man's wallet, identity card holder, pocket address book and key-ring case. tail from $270 for the lighter case, $360 for the pen case and $3,300 for a portfolio. A long history lies behind the leather range of accessories from Chaumet - going back to the days when the pieces were crafted for clients to carry their valuable jewellery in when travelling by coach or on horseback. Two types of leather are used in the collection - Russian grain calfskin and crocodile. Both are dyed in a deep navy blue, the signature colour of Chaumet. To complement the navy, the calfskin collection carries a half-sphere of grey hematite mounted on a ring of 18-karat gold. The crocodile skin range bears a cultured pearl in a gold ring. The collections also include a man's wallet for $1,250, a key case for $850 and a portfolio for $2,450. Rounding off the accessories range are fine lacquer pens. Comtesse has a new winter range of ties with animal magic for the wild-at-heart executive. The pure silk ties are in strong, plain colours - the perfect foil for the animal patterns in contrasting shades.