are pleased to invite you to the

Grand Hotel Kempinski

Quai du Mont-Blanc 19,
1201 (2nd floor)
GENEVA

Sunday 26th April – Tuesday 28th April
10 am – 8 pm

We are delighted that Haute Jewels Geneva will be returning for its second year in 2020. The inaugural Haute Jewels Geneva took place in January 2019 and saw four jewellery brands join forces to create an intimate new jewellery show.

In 2020, Haute Jewels Geneva will be bigger and better with eight iconic jewellery brands exhibiting at the show. Returning from last year are Yoko London, Crivelli, Roberto Coin and Sutra. The four new brands joining the collective are Bayco, Pasquale Bruni, Etho Maria and Stenzhorn.

Once again, Haute Jewels Geneva aims to create a unique environment to bring jewellery buyers and suppliers together. The event removes the formality from the trade show experience, providing a relaxed and luxurious atmosphere for clients to peruse exclusive jewellery designs.

Haute Jewels Geneva Founder and CEO of Yoko London, Michael Hakimian said, “last year we proved that the Haute Jewels Geneva model is the perfect type of event for creating contact between top jewellery brands and clients. We are thrilled to be able to develop our model further this year with eight innovative jewellery brands available at the show and to explore further opportunities to work closely with major luxury retailers”.

are pleased to invite you to the

Grand Hotel Kempinski

Quai du Mont-Blanc 19,
1201 (2nd floor)
GENEVA

Sunday 26th April – Tuesday 28th April
10 am – 8 pm

We are delighted that Haute Jewels Geneva will be returning for its second year in 2020. The inaugural Haute Jewels Geneva took place in January 2019 and saw four jewellery brands join forces to create an intimate new jewellery show.

In 2020, Haute Jewels Geneva will be bigger and better with eight iconic jewellery brands exhibiting at the show. Returning from last year are Yoko London, Crivelli, Roberto Coin and Sutra. The four new brands joining the collective are Bayco, Pasquale Bruni, Etho Maria and Stenzhorn.

Once again, Haute Jewels Geneva aims to create a unique environment to bring jewellery buyers and suppliers together. The event removes the formality from the trade show experience, providing a relaxed and luxurious atmosphere for clients to peruse exclusive jewellery designs.

Haute Jewels Geneva Founder and CEO of Yoko London, Michael Hakimian said, “last year we proved that the Haute Jewels Geneva model is the perfect type of event for creating contact between top jewellery brands and clients. We are thrilled to be able to develop our model further this year with eight innovative jewellery brands available at the show and to explore further opportunities to work closely with major luxury retailers”.