Main Body Part IV.
The “Lady Panther” of Cartier Part I.
In this way, Jeanne Toussaint entered the Cartier company. Starting from the low was a must-have process, after all, she was a newcomer. But it was of course different for the boss to back her up. Louis Cartier also intimately nicknamed Jeanne Toussaint as La panthère (“Lady Panther”). This was not only because Jeanne Toussaint was as bold but cautious, and quick-witted as a panther, but also because Jeanne Toussaint was particularly fond of panther. From the panther skin blanket at home to the panther print coat, the nature of panther in this woman, had deeply attracted this man. Some time later, Louis Cartier couldn’t hold back his heart of love. He went home and divorced his wife. After then he established a relationship between lovers with Jeanne Toussaint.
Rumor had it that once, in order to look for design inspiration, they decided to visit the American grasslands. Unexpectedly, Jeanne Toussaint turned around and found a panther trying to get close to them. She subconsciously yelled “Run!” Louis Cartier, who was calm and cool-headed, knew that if they were running at that time, both of them would be eaten by the panther for lunch. So he suddenly had a brain wave: he took the opportunity to take out a camera, and used its flash to scare the panther; Jeanne Toussaint, with tacit understanding, also took off her coat, and lit it with a lighter, threw it at the panther. Then the panther was frightened, and fled into the forest…… The two lovers who survived after this disaster, hugged each other together tightly. At this time, Jeanne Toussaint firmly accepted this man from the bottom of her heart……
To Be Continued