Cartier’s ‘Into The Wild’ exhibition is on now in Melbourne.
French jewellery house Cartier is holding an exhibition in honour of its Panthère range, tracing the big-cat motif from its origins in 1914 through to its presence today in the brand’s watches, fragrance and accessories.
Visitors to the immersive pop-up will step into the world of Jeanne Toussaint, Cartier’s first female creative director and the brains behind the icon.
Into the Wild, March 6-17; The Atrium, Federation Square, Melbourne
19-69 Chinese Tobacco Eau de Parfum.
Inspired by French Indochina and the opium-smoking scene from Apocalypse Now, this unisex scent has an East-meets-West vibe, with notes including tobacco, Italian bergamot, red pepper, coriander and tar.
19-69 Chinese Tobacco Eau de Parfum (100ml), $259 maplestore.com.au
This champagne cup features 24-carat gold plating and paper-thin porcelain, giving it a brilliant reflective interior and a cool outer touch when filled. At nine centimetres tall, it’s a novel deviation from the usual flute.
Sieger by Fürstenberg “Sip of gold” cup, $250 opsisdesigns.com.au
Sieger by Fürstenberg “Sip of gold” cup.
Louise Olsen is best known as one of the co-founders of jewellery and homewares brand Dinosaur Designs. But the daughter of artist John Olsen trained in fine art, and this week launches her first solo painting exhibition at brother Tim’s Sydney gallery.
Much like her resin creations for Dinosaur Designs, Olsen’s paintings feature bright colours and bold shapes.
March 4-28, Olsen Gallery, Woollahra olsengallery.com
Louise Olsen, Pollination 2 (2019), oil on linen, 60cm x 80cm.
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