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Launch of Cartier Destinée in Singapore
By SENATUS Magazine | 19 March 2013

Cartier held a press conference for the launch of its new Bridal Collection of jewelry today, at the Alkaff Mansion which was wonderfully decorated in Cartier theme, from the bellboys at the entrance to a garden wall with roses and Cartier logo. Gracing the occasion was the star of its latest True Love microfilm "Destinée", Michelle Chen, winner of the Star Asia Rising Star Award at the 2012 New York Asian Film Festival and Leading Actress in the 2011 Golden Horse Awards.

Introduced by Mr Christopher Kilaniotis, Regional Managing Director of Cartier South East Asia and Australia, Chen was decked in the latest bridal jewellery collection from Cartier, was genuinely effusive about her love for the brand, even joking that a marriage proposal to her should be made with a Cartier engagement ring.

She also revealed her upcoming plans to release her own musical solo album in May this year, with tracks penned by her, telling her stories of her journey so far.

Read more about Cartier's Destinee film at: http://senatus.net/article/michelle-chen-stars-cartiers-destinee-true-love-film/

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