Red Carpet presents L’Odyssée de Cartier

After two years in the making, Cartier today revealed its cinematic gem "L’Odyssée de Cartier". The International online release of the three-and-a-half minute film depicts Cartier’s 165 years of jeweller expertise. Abigail Parkin (2 March ’12)

The film tells the story of the jeweller’s unique history, from its beginnings as a jeweller to European royalty to its modern-day worldwide luxury status. It reveals a glimpse into an imaginary world inhabited by Cartier's designs, under the watchful gaze of its familiar muse, "La Panthere" (The Panther).

The original score for "L'Odyssee de Cartier," which was composed and arranged by renowned orchestrator Pierre Adenot, was recorded at London's legendary Abbey Road studios. Supermodel Shalom Harlow portrays the "Lady in the Mansion" and modern-day muse, embodying the spirit of the Cartier woman – elegant, passionate and independent. The filming took place over the three months with a crew of 60 people on location.

"L'Odyssee de Cartier" was screened for the very first time at a special premiere hosted by Cartier at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York on February 29. Cartier’s Facebook fans were allowed exclusive viewings from today prior to the international launch.




For more visit: http://www.odyssee.cartier.co.uk/ from the 4th of March.

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