The saying bigger is better rings true at Cartier’s newly expanded boutique in the heart of bustling Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong.

Designed by Bruno Moinard, the store now stretches across 982 square metres spread over three floors.

The new exterior is inspired by roof tiles typically used for traditional houses. The “tiled” façade, made with onyx, bronze and calacata, brings to life a modern look with a touch of femininity.

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The interior pays tribute to Hong Kong with key designs that reference the dynamic city.

A highlight is a bas-relief featuring a panther overlooking Victoria Harbour from its vantage point on The Peak. Another is the multiple bamboo motifs engraved on the golden walls surrounding the staircase, as well as the bamboo motif chandeliers.

The boutique hosted an exclusive pre-launch of a smaller version of its signature Juste Un Clou bracelet. The bracelet is now available as a smaller, slimmer, more flexible version, right on trend for those wanting a layered look.

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