Jewellery trade show Inhorgenta Munich has strengthened its portfolio of fine jewellery for the 2018 edition.
At this year’s show, which takes place February 16-19, 25 new fine jewellery exhibitors will be presenting new designs in Hall B1. This is an increase of 14% compared to the year prior.
With the boost in fine jewellery exhibitors, all spaces in Hall B1 are now occupied. New brands to the space include the Vreden-based Niessing jewellery manufactory, the Danish design company Georg Jensen, and the Italian jewellery manufacturer Piero Milano.
Fine jewellery continues to be sought-after all over the world, and this trend is reflected in the demand for booth spaces for such companies at Inhorgenta Munich.
“We have received as many inquiries in the ‘Fine Jewelry’ segment as hardly ever before,” reports Stefanie Mändlein, exhibition director of Inhorgenta Munich. “The strong demand also results from the fact that we have continuously further developed our concept in close cooperation with the exhibitors in the last few years.”
For 2018, Inhorgenta Munich is also offering new possibilities of presentation to its exhibitors. Two years ago, for instance, the ambiance of the hall was fundamentally reshaped to measure up to the image of the brands and the high quality of the collections. In addition, manufactories are provided with new opportunities to present selected pieces of jewellery on what is referred to as ‘Design Isles’.
Furthermore, the catwalk showcasing pieces from the show on professional models have been a firm component of the hall for two years now.
“We are pleased that the shows are being so well received by the exhibitors. They are an attraction for visitors and media representatives alike,” says Stefanie Mändlein.
The face of the forthcoming third show will be Zoe Helali. The prominent model has already presented labels like Armani and Vivienne Westwood and inspired the Berlin-based designer Guido Maria Kretschmer.