By  on May 18, 2009

Cartier boutiques are steeped in old-world elegance. Stately buildings on important shopping streets, they are decorated with opulent chandeliers, wood paneling and substantial furniture. But while the stores are designed to impress, they are never so ornamented that they distract from the main event, which is the product.

Not many cities in the world are sufficiently cosmopolitan and refined to qualify as flagships. In fact, only three make the cut: Paris, London and New York.

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