There’s a reason why the new perfect replica Pasha de Cartier watch looks familiar. It’s probably because the timepiece was first launched in 1985 and, like most of our beloved memories from the Eighties, it is making a welcome comeback a few decades later.
It is also pretty possible that Cartier’s five ‘Pasha’ brand ambassadors look equally familiar. These famous faces have made waves globally and, much like the watch itself, they are iconic in their own right. There’s award winning actor Rami Malek best known for his role as Freddie Mercury in the biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, singer and activist Willow Smith who released her first single at the age of 10, Korean-based Chinese pop idol Jackson Wang, British actor Maisie Williams who played Arya Stark in Game of Thrones and lastly Australian singer, songwriter and YouTube sensation Troye Sivan. This is definitely one talented bunch. And if 2020 is all about promoting diversity, this campaign checks all the right boxes.
AAA quality fake Cartier has also made an effort to classify the new ‘Pasha’ timepieces as genderless, a now growing trend in the watch industry. While most of original design aesthetic is preserved, there are several updates available today. The collection is customisable in leather, steel, multiple gold finishes, diamonds and comes with easily interchangeable straps. You can even engrave your initials beside the crown. There are almost 20 new models in the lineup and they cover both ends of the watchmaking spectrum, from fine jewellery pieces to fine mechanical masterpieces. You can go all-in with paved diamonds, or get complicated with a manually-wound skeletonised tourbillon. And if you aren’t sure which way you want to go, there’s plenty of middle ground too. The kind you’d love to dig up from your vault 35 years later.