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Valentine’s Day at Cartier

Love is in the air. For the ultimate Valentine’s Day gift bring your man to the all-new Cartier boutique in Scottsdale’s Fashion Square Mall. On view will be one-of-a-kind Cartier designs as well as signature jewelry collections including Trinity, Panthère de Cartier, Love and Pasha de Cartier. You both may enjoy complimentary Champagne while previewing your newest sparkler.

If this Valentine’s Day is an extra special one, the boutique also houses a new bridal salon, offering a wide selection of engagement rings and bridal jewelry, as well as an accessories area featuring a full selection for men and women. 


Cartier, the premier international luxury goods company, has recently relocated its Phoenix boutique at Biltmore Fashion Park to this world-class shopping center, and has expanded its walls. The boutique’s new design, which opened to the public on Dec. 18, has combined traditional and modern elements and has more than doubled in size.

The store features a new concept designed by the renowned Paris-based architect Bruno Moinard and executed by Barteluce Architects & Associates. The new boutique is decorated with oak paneling in a “muted palette” creating a luxurious and contemporary feel. Glass display fixtures trimmed with statutory bronze, and oak wood floors can be found throughout the boutique. The total size has increased from 1,836 sq.-ft. to 3,669 sq.-ft, in order to accommodate a broader variety of pieces from the various collections.

The new watch salon carries a large selection of Cartier timepieces in the US, including the new Ballon Bleu de Cartier collection.  

Cartier doesn’t only market jewelry. It has a broad range of luxury products including watches, eyewear, fragrance, writing instruments, lighters, leather goods and scarves.  In North America, there are 36 stores, including two in Canada.  ”Founded in 1847, the House of Cartier has long been identified with quality, prestige and history and has served as crown jeweler to 19 royal houses.”

For more information, please call  602.956.0056 or visit www.cartier.com.

Ladies, Cartier also works to honor successful women around the world with The Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards — an international business plan competition for women created in 2006 by Cartier in partnership with the Women’s Forum, McKinsey & Company and INSEAD business school. Five female entrepreneurs, one from each continent, are awarded annually with coaching support for a full year, a US $20,000 grant and an exclusive trophy. For information on this award or to apply please visit www.cartierwomensinitiative.com.


  • DillyDaddle says:

    sounds like a nice place to browse, even if you can’t buy

  • Ali says:

    Oh, if only…

  • Jane says:

    Cartier is amazing!! I am so glad they moved!

  • Debi says:

    My fingers are too fat for rings.

  • HelloLover says:

    One can always dream.

  • Sierra says:

    Honestly, are there any of us reading this site that can afford this?

  • Wanda says:

    Even though I’m someone that can’t afford it, it doesn’t stop me from gawking every time I’m there!

  • Gerald says:

    Great post. I actually, well, I know this sounds kind of trite, but I plan on buying an engagement ring at Cartier this week and proposing to my girlfriend on Valentine’s Day. We actually had our first date on Valentine’s Day two years ago. The strange part was I didn’t even realize it was Valentine’s Day. And I took her to the Elephant Bar and then we went home and watch 80s John Hughes movies lol. So I plan on doing the same this year. But here’s the catch. I taped over Sixteen Candles at the end and inserted a “Will you marry me?” slide. Kinda nervous, but I know she’ll say yes. And after that, I’ll show her the beautiful engagement ring 🙂

  • Sharon says:

    Too bad I’d have to drag my bf there… I think it’s worth the effort though.

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