On the heels of a $1.4 billion sale of the Cartier brand, the company is looking to refresh its lineup with a new line of cooling glass and glasses noodles, in an attempt to appeal to a younger demographic.
The company said it is bringing back the original line of “cooling glass” glasses, which the company says will be a “fantastic way to look cooler, more stylish and comfortable,” according to the company’s website.
The cooling glasses are made of glass, and are available in a variety of colors, including pink, blue, purple and green.
They are also available in different sizes and shapes.
The cooling glasses will be available for $15 a pop.
The company said its cooling glasses have been “overwhelmingly popular with customers” and it is looking forward to introducing the new line in the U.S. in 2018.
The company has been expanding its portfolio of cooling glasses, including a line of glasses noodles called “Ron Glass.”
It announced the new lines at a press conference on Wednesday.
Cartier is the world’s fourth-largest glass maker, with an annual sales of $4.2 billion, according to Forbes magazine.
The Swiss company is also the world leader in glass and glass components.
The companies main rival is Japan’s Toshiba, which makes glasses and cooling glasses.
The news comes amid an escalating battle over the fate of the company.
Last week, Apple sued Cartier for $2 billion over the company not being able to sell its iconic sunglasses and cooling glass in time for the 2018 holiday season.
Apple said it had to buy more than $500 million worth of the sunglasses and the cooling glasses to cover the $1 billion in debt it had incurred in its bid to buy the company in the past.
Apple said in a statement on Tuesday that it was filing a lawsuit against Cartier over the sunglasses, which it said could be “the biggest single-claim judgment in U.K. history.”