Cartier Into The Wild Exhibition, Sentul Depot, Malaysia

September 10, 2022

Hi guys, today I'll be bringing you along to Cartier's Into The Wild exhibition held in Setul Depot here in Malaysia.

Available at Workshop 3 in Sentul Depot from 4th to 18th September 2022, Into The Wild is a sensual journey with Cartier's indomitable icon: La Panthère de Cartier.

 The Into the Wild immersive experience invites you to step into the universe of Cartier’s most recognised and beloved icon. From the origins of her magnificence, to the woman who made her an icon, as well as the savoir-faire that brought her to life. 

Admission to the exhibition is free, but bookings are required and can be made on

Once you arrive at Sentul Depot, you will be directed to a buggy which will bring you to the exhibition space.

The staff will scan a QR code that came with your online registration, and you will only be allowed to start your journey once the rest of the people in your slot has arrive.

Because you have to wait for others, I highly recommend coming early so you get to take as many pics as you want at the lounge/entrance area.

The entrance has this revolving reflective room in the entrance, and I think booking the 10am slot really contributed to me being able to get these nice wide shots haha.

The first room we were led to was pitch dark until a camouflaged man appeared and gave an brief introduction about Cartier's Panthère. Graceful and untamed, she has prowled the annals of the Maison, inspiring jewellery, watches, leather goods, eyewear, fragrances and precious objects.

Bold, fascinating, feminine – the Panthère de Cartier has captured the imagination powerfully and evocatively for over a century. The second room opened to a presentation of the Panthère's history in the Maison, showing us its various forms and interpretations over the years.

The following room featured a recreation of the office of Jeanne Toussaint, the creative force behind the introduction of the Panthère to Cartier over a century ago. Here you can actually see vintage photographs as well as view the story of Cartier, voiced by ctor Édouard Baer and designed as a portrait-show.

The following room featured 3 different rooms, which represented the three different interpretations of the Panthère in Cartier: Naturalistic, Graphic and Abstract. 

You get to choose your favourite interpretation, and once you choose a room, you then go inside to proceed to the next room.

The following room exhibits pieces that represent the naturalistic, graphic and abstract interpretations of the Panthère, and it was a delightful experience seeing these high jewelry pieces up close.

My favourite piece was this abstract Panthère de Cartier ring. With emeralds, onyx and diamonds and retaining around MYR 303,000, this stunning statement piece is set with 545 brilliant-cut diamonds totaling 1.47 carats, emeralds and onyx.

Next was the savoir-faire room, which took us through the journey of creating a Cartier piece from paper to finished product.

From the designers who draw, sculptors who make the cast, casters who make the mould, jewellers, gemologists and gem-cutters who choose and cut the stones for the feline's eyes and spots, to polishers and gem-setters, it's love how you can intimately see the intricate work and expertise involved in each creation.

We then were led to the Panthermania room. This room acts as a hall of fame with portraits from different generations of people who have donned the Panthère de Cartier. This includes The Duchess of Windsor, Daisy Fellowes, Maria Carla Boscono, Chang Chen, Ella Balinska and, of course, Jisoo.

From the hall, we were led to a room featuring more categories of Cartier's products, such as bags and home & living items.

Among these items were more jewellery pieces as well!

My fave piece from this curation was this Panthere de Cartier necklace!

Also featured in this room were some signature fragrances:

The final room was a lounge, where you can relax and rest. Refreshments and desserts are served, and you can stay for as long as you'd like.

Decorated with motifs of the Maison, I loved my time in this lounge because it felt so regal in a way haha.

You can, of course, take more pics with their installations here!

Some of the refreshments served:

There are also photobooths available, where you can snap pics to commemorate your visit to the exhibition. Unfortunately, the pictures aren't printed out, but you can get digital copies via QR.

And that's it for this post! I hope you guys found it helpful and informative. 

See y'all in my next post!

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