Bond Street

Bond Street: London

In 1902, Cartier opened its first boutique in London, overseen by Pierre Cartier, who had a special relationship with the royal court. In 1904, the Maison received its first warrant as official supplier to the court of King Edward VII. The Bond Street boutique became a must-see address as soon as it opened in 1909, alive with the excitement of exquisite orders and the appointments of the season.

Cartier on English time

In London, Cartier creations demonstrate a style with a touch of irreverence. A freedom that led to the birth of Cartier's so British watches: the Crash, Maxi Oval and Pebble. Watches whose signature is their shape: everything but round.

Friends of the Maison

From the links forged with the royal family to those on the big screen, such as actors and Ambassadors of the Maison Rami Malek and Vanessa Kirby, Cartier's London community is a multifaceted reflection of the Maison's influence.

An ultra-contemporary address

New Bond Street is a powerful symbol, rooted in the past, alive in the present and resolutely turned towards the future. It is an address that emerges from a duo of boutiques on Old Bond Street and New Bond Street, united under a single name: Cartier Bond Street.