Check us out in the September issue of Vogue magazine!

Beaux Arts Galleria is thrilled that our vintage Cartier desk clock is featured in the September issue of Vogue magazine. As one of the country’s most respected and iconic publications, Vogue is the authority for style tastemakers in the United States and around the world.

Index Section for Vogue's September Issue

Our Cartier clock is featured in Vogue's index section.

Annually, the release of the magazine’s September issue is one of the fashion industry’s most anticipated events, as it marks the transition from summer to fall fashion. Filled with hundreds of pages of editorial content and advertisements, Vogue’s September issue defines fall style and sets the season’s trends.

This year’s September issue is especially notable because it coincides with Vogue’s 120th anniversary. At 916 pages and nearly five pounds, it is the biggest issue that the magazine has ever published.

Beaux Arts Galleria is excited to be included in one of Vogue’s most important issues to date. Our clock appears in the index section, where Vogue’s editors curate a collection of beautiful fashions, art, décor, and places that relate to a monthly theme.

In this issue, the “Ladies’ Choice” index spotlights the inspirations of twelve female fashion designers. The magazine asked the designers to select their “favorites (pieces from their fall collections, cultural can’t-misses, restaurant standbys)” and “fantasies (dream homes, wish-I-were-there destinations).”

Vintage Cartier desk clock

Fashion designer Bouchra Jarrar chose this vintage Cartier desk clock to appear in Vogue magazine's September issue.

Up-and-coming young designer Bouchra Jarrar selected a Cartier desk clock from our clocks and watches collection as one of her picks. Designed in the art deco style, the black hardstone clock has a mother-of-pearl face flanked by a stepped gold frame and rock crystal inserts. With a Christian Louboutin stiletto and a Chanel fragrance among Jarrar’s other selections, we think that the Cartier piece fittingly reflects the designer’s decidedly French sensibilities and classic aesthetic.

We also noticed other elements of the Beaux Arts style sprinkled throughout Vogue’s index pages. Victoria Beckham selected an exquisite Venetian-glass chandelier reminiscent of our Murano 8-light chandelier. Tory Burch chose a Moorish pitcher similar to our antique Turkish copper ewer. Carolina Herrera featured a rococo gilt table that calls to mind our Italian Louis XVI-style console table.

These designer endorsements signal that a vintage and antique aesthetic may be quite popular this season for furnishing and décor. We look forward to seeing how this trend develops and we’ll be sure to keep you posted! Until then, be sure to pick up your copy of this month’s Vogue and check us out in the index section.

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