My Cartier Tank: Matt Hranek

My Cartier Tank: Matt Hranek

The Cartier Tank has quite recently praised its 100th birthday celebration. Throughout the only remaining century, the Tank has become quite possibly the most perceived fake watch prices on the planet, with its rectangular outline and Roman numeral dial now inseparable from class and complexity. Quite possibly the most energizing things about the Tank is the manner by which innumerable people have consolidated it into their own styles, adding their own touch to the Tank’s history.

In the present scene, we meet Matt Hranek, a photographic artist and essayist who is the extravagance editorial manager at Condé Nast Traveler and the writer of the as of late distributed A Man and His Watch. Matt is a perfectly classy person who can easily move between an easygoing end of the week fly fishing in the Catskills and a night of tasting Negronis in a tuxedo on the shores of Lake Como. He’s likewise fake watch prices fixated – and today he shares his extraordinary Tank Louis Cartier. Enjoy.

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