Omega, Breitling and Patek Philippe all made the top 10, but major brands including Audemars Piguet, IWC, Panerai and Hublot ranked lower.
Cartier describes the boutique as one of three “temples” — the other two being its New York and Paris showrooms — where exceptional objects are bought to life.
Cartier is reviving one of its most iconic watch shapes in 2019 with a modern interpretation of its Tonneau timepiece that was first produced in 1906.
The online marketplace is also hosting a special Rolex and Cartier sale in a bid to break its all time fourth quarter records.
Cartier is also booming, particularly for women's watches, as United States bull market for luxury Swiss watches builds.
The auction, set to be held later today, will feature goods worth up to $460,000.
Cartier will sell direct via Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter from this week.
Sotheby’s is holding an open house this weekend (May 19) ahead of its Important Watches auction in New York on May 24.
Showroom will present a selection of rare timepieces from more than 30 of the world’s top watchmakers including Cartier, A Lange & Söhne, Richard Mille and Ulysse Nardin.