Haute Jewels Geneva will return to the Fairmont Grand Hotel Geneva from Sunday
26th March – Sunday 2nd April 2023. All 18 luxury jewellery brands who
participated in the 2022 event will be returning for the 2023 edition. The full list of exhibiting brands is listed below:
Yoko London | Roberto Coin | Sutra | Crivelli | Bayco | Etho Maria | Stenzhorn
Marco Bicego | Mariani | Palmiero | Picchiotti | Gorgoglione | Hans D. Krieger
Leo Pizzo | Verdi | Annamaria Cammilli | Sicis Jewels | Baraka
Haute Jewels Geneva Founder and CEO of Yoko London, Michael Hakimian, said, “We
are delighted that Haute Jewels Geneva will be returning in 2023. The 2022 edition
was a resounding success and marked the start of an exciting new chapter for the jewellery industry. The event’s intimate format delivers a targeted, luxurious experience that is more enjoyable and productive for both the brands and visitors.
“We are further developing the Haute Jewels Geneva vision this year and look forward
to welcoming visitors from across the globe to experience the event.”
Ribbon cutting ceremony at Haute Jewels Geneva 2022
The inaugural Haute Jewels Geneva took place in 2019 and saw four jewellery brands
(Yoko London, Roberto Coin, Sutra and Crivelli) join forces to create a new jewellery
show that broke the boundaries of traditional trade shows.
After being forced to cancel the event due to Covid in 2020 and 2021, Haute Jewels
Geneva 2022 offered an elegant environment for jewellery buyers and suppliers to
conduct business. The 18 participating jewellery houses had participated in
countless trade shows around the globe, and this collective experience informed the
Haute Jewels Geneva concept.
Each of the distinguished jewellery houses participating offer something unique but
are likeminded in their approach to jewellery creation.
They are seen as artisans in their own field, combining high quality materials with superior design to create spectacular haute jewels.
Although Haute Jewels Geneva has grown exponentially since its inception, one of its key aims remains to remove the formality from the traditional trade show experience, providing a relaxed atmosphere for both clients and exhibitors to discover exclusive jewellery designs.