Cartier’s Masterpiece Lights Up The 68th Cannes Film Festival

In May 2015, the 68th Cannes Film Festival was held as scheduled in Cannes, a small French town in the south of France. Cartier, a French jewellery and watch brand, created a legendary superstar.
Jane Fonda wears Cartier high jewelry earrings and Cartier Paris new wave ring

Cartier High Jewelry Earrings

Cartier Paris new wave ring

   Two-time Oscar film winner Jane Fonda teamed up with the ‘Emperor’s Jeweler’ for the third time to present Cartier’s masterpieces with top jewelry craftsmanship.
Jane Fonda wears Cartier high jewelry necklace and cheetah high jewelry ring

Cartier High Jewellery Necklace

Cartier Cheetah High Jewellery Ring

   On May 16th, Jane Fonda made her debut in the film ‘Aoki Original Book Sea’ directed by Gus Van Sant with Cartier high jewelry earrings and Paris new wave series rings with a sapphire blue cutout dress (The Sea of ​​Trees) premiere. When invited to the ‘Women in Motion’ event the next day, they wore Cartier high jewelry necklaces and cheetah series high jewelry rings to complement the black dress.
Jane Fonda wears Cartier Reine Makéda high jewelry necklace

Cartier Reine Makéda High Jewelry Necklace

   On May 20th, Jane Fonda wore a Cartier Reine Makéda fine jewelry necklace on the red carpet. The 15.29-carat oval ruby ​​from Mozambique perfectly embodies the extraordinary style.
Cannes Film Festival official host and well-known French actor Lambert Wilson wears Cartier Tank Américaine watch and Cartier high jewelry series brooch

Lambert Wilson wears Cartier Clé de Cartier watch

Cartier Clé de Cartier watch

   The official host of the Cannes Film Festival and the well-known French actor Lambert Wilson wore Cartier Tank Américaine watches and Cartier high jewelry series brooches to attend the opening and closing celebrations, showing their mature charm. Cartier’s new Clé de Cartier series watch also accompanies Lambert Wilson on the celebration red carpet. The simple watch line design reveals unique elegance and charm.

Tao Li Fenfang Passed On, Alfred Heavig Watch School New Apprentice

On August 19, 2013, Alfred Heiweig Watch School under the Glashütte Original watch factory in Germany welcomed 28 new apprentices. Of these 28 apprentices, 24 will learn professional watchmaking skills and 4 will learn the knowledge necessary for tool making. Compared with previous years, the number of admissions has nearly doubled. This is the Saxon watchmaker’s response to the growing demand for high-end watches worldwide.

 Günter Wiegand, the original general manager of Glashütte, introduced the new apprentice Gunnar Müller and his teacher team. The new student class is the 13th in the watchmaking school since it opened in Glashütte in 2001.

 In the first few years of operation, the college recruited 12 watchmaker apprentices each year. This year, Glashütte Original doubled the enrollment of watchmaker apprentices to 24. The number of recruits for junior toolmakers has also increased from three to four.

With the increase of the school’s enrollment quota, the enrollment scope has gradually expanded to all parts of Germany. This year’s future watchmakers and toolmakers include young people from Hamburg, Rhineland and Baden-Württemberg.

 Alfred Hevig Watchmaking School uses advanced equipment to train apprentices to acquire the superb skills necessary to become a professional watchmaker or toolmaker. In addition to the compulsory theoretical courses, a variety of professional practice courses during the three-year or three-and-a-half-year training period allow apprentices to gain a deeper understanding of the assembly and maintenance areas of the original glassmaking factory in Grasso. While teaching modern watchmaking techniques and traditional watchmaking techniques, they can use them more effectively.

 Alfred Hevig Watch School also emphasizes adherence to international training standards and cooperates with the Swiss watchmaker training and education institution (WOSTEP). Through this cooperation, watchmaker apprentices will also receive the “German Skilled Worker Qualification Certificate”, that is, the WOSTEP diploma, after passing the final examination of the Alfred Hevig Watch School.

 At the opening ceremony, general manager Günter Wiegand promised the freshmen that if the apprentices graduated with a total score higher than 2.0 (equivalent to B in the United States and the United Kingdom), they would get a valuable full-time job today in Germany Opportunity-Guaranteed employment at Glashütte Original Watchmaking or any Swatch Group company.