From the Heart of Riyadh: Riyadh International Luxury Week 2021

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Riyadh International Luxury week 2021 hosts 60 international luxury watches, jewelry, and bridal companies in one place.


Riyadh International Luxury Week opens its doors from 9-12 of November hosting various international luxury brands ranging from jewelry, watches, and bridal collections as a gateway to the largest market for luxury products in the Middle East. This exclusive event will showcase the biggest in the world of luxury through an exceptional exhibition and activations at Al Faisaliah Hotel in Riyadh.Akillis

The show will be officially inaugurated in the presence of renowned personalities and ambassadors from different countries to support their brands present at the exhibition, and to announce the 60 international companies participating from the Gulf Region, the Middle East, Europe, and the USA. The event will also hold some panel discussions tapping into the high-end watchmaking which will be available to visitors.Arnold Son

“Between now and 2025, the jewelry and watches industry is expected to grow globally at 3 to 4 percent per year (fine jewelry) and 1 to 3 percent per year (watches). To stay in line with this growth it is time for a comeback with this show by adding to its portfolio a bridal fashion section to combine all the beautiful things that a bride wants” said Abdulrahman Alzeer – CEO of Riyadh International Luxury Week Scavia

Amongst the phenomenal activations of Riyadh International Luxury Week:

The show will be attended by 15 representatives from different countries who will be launching exclusively, at Riyadh International Luxury Week and for the first time, their latest jewelry and watch collections. The showcases will be from countries like France, Italy, and the USA in addition to luxury Swiss Watch companies that will exhibit exclusive watches at the event. Also, for the first time in the Kingdom, Jacob & Co., A. Lange & Sohne, Louis Moinet, Arnold & Son, BOVET, Franck Muller and Mouawad Jewellery will display their unique and intricate watches that values over $1 million per watch. Jacob Co

Bentley Motors; the official sponsor of the exhibition, will be presenting for the first time in the Middle East their new Bespoke Masterpiece which will be revealed on the first day of the exhibition.

American Express will officially announce their latest product for AMEX holders at the Riyadh International Luxury Week, in addition to providing a special Concierge Service to their customers via a special area customized for VIPs and AMEX guests.

Franck MullerSotheby’s International, for the first time in the Gulf region, will also hold a virtual auction from Geneva, in the presence of dignitaries and collectors of luxury watches in the Kingdom.

One of the unique events at Riyadh International Luxury Week; is the announcement of an international laboratory that will elevate and examine jewelry and precious stones in the Kingdom executed for the first time by the Bahraini company “Danat”.

The show incorporates the 10th edition of the Salon des Grandes Complications, the most successful watch-focused exhibition in the Middle East. Featuring 140+ international exhibitors so far, the Salon regularly attracts 5,000+ high-profile watch collectors and enthusiasts.

Abdulrahman Alzeer – CEO of Riyadh International Luxury Week added saying: “All of Riyadh’s features set the groundwork for job creation, economic growth, investment, and many more opportunities. We are proud to play part in Saudi Arabia’s vision that is aimed to become one of the 10 largest city economies in the world and is longing to grow businesses and increase its residents from 7.5 million today to around 15-20 million in 2030”.

For registrations and attendance, you can visit www.riyadhluxuryweek.com

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