Haute Jewels Geneva Slated for Spring 2022
More than a dozen fine jewelry brands will exhibit in conjunction with Watches & Wonders Geneva.
Haute Jewels Geneva is returning, scheduled to take place March 30-April 5, the same dates as Watches and Wonders Geneva.
The fine jewelry showcase will feature 16 brands at the Fairmont Grand Hotel Geneva.
Participating brands are: Yoko London, Roberto Coin, Sutra, Crivelli, Bayco, Etho Maria, Stenzhorn, Marco Bicego, Mariani, Palmiero, Picchiotti, Gorgoglione, Hans Dr. Krieger, Leo Pizzo, Verdi, and Annamaria Cammilli.
The event launched in 2019 with four brands—Yoko London, Roberto Coin, Sutra, and Crivelli.
Due to the pandemic, 2022 will mark the jewelry trade show’s second edition.
Organizers said the event’s intimate size will allow for ease of control regarding pandemic-imposed restrictions.
The jewelry trade show focuses on brands that deal in high-quality materials and that produce spectacular high jewelry in addition to their wholesale collections.
It aims to do away with formality and present jewelry in a more relaxed atmosphere for both buyers and brands.
Haute Jewels Geneva Founder and Yoko London CEO Michael Hakimian noted: “We are thrilled that Haute Jewels Geneva will be returning again in 2022. This unique show is a collaboration between 16 harmonious brands, bringing together their expertise to create a forward-thinking event that addresses the needs of the supplier and the buyer in our fast-moving world.”
Taking place at the same time, Watches & Wonders Geneva will host about 40 watch brands, including Rolex, Patek Philippe, Cartier, and TAG Heuer.
Baselworld, meanwhile, announced this week it won’t be ready for a spring 2022 showcase.
More information on Haute Jewels Geneva, including registration details, is available online.
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