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Luxe Jewellery, Timepiece & Lifestyle Showcase
Those with a penchant for all things sparkly, beautiful and sophisticated will not want to miss JeweLuxe Singapore, Southeast Asia’s biggest curated festival of design and craft in jewellery, timepieces and sophisticated living.
Comprising two editions, the exhibition features over 60 eminent jewellery houses, heritage brands and independent designers from around the world who will be showcasing their exquisite, luxurious and cutting-edge creations worth up to S$100 million, including pieces worn by celebrities worldwide.
This year, there’s also a much wider collection of everyday ready-to-wear jewellery pieces and the largest gathering of 11 Académie Horlogère des Créateurs Indépendants (AHCI) independent watchmakers in Asia.
• EDITION 1 – Icons & Rarity
From 12 to 16 October, the spotlight is on jewellery pieces with rare gems and iconic designs, with the limelight on curated showcases such as Icons of America, Japanese Virtuosos and Resplendence of Singapore.
Arman Sarkisyan starburst locket with 1.72cts tanzanite in the centre with diamonds set in 22K silver with silver chain
This year’s Icons of America gallery presents celebrated jewellery designers including the likes of Arman Sarkisyan, Gumuchian, Sylva & Cie and Moritz Glik, augmented by iconic and legendary Hollywood photographer Timothy White’s cutting-edge contemporary photography.
Other highlights include Ancrea, Jurio and Tomoko Kodera for Japanese Virtuosos, and Jaipore by Ritu Aurora and Infiniti Jewels for Resplendence of Singapore.
Mouwad ring with 37.07 Paraiba set with 2.52 carats small Paraibas and 3.03 white diamonds
Look out also for unparalleled rare and precious gems from acclaimed jewellery houses such as Bayco (USA), Cicada (USA), Hans D. Krieger (Germany), Mouawad (USA) and Zydo (Italy).
Mouawad's Champagne Nights Fantasy Bra for Victoria's Secret is worth US$2 million
Watch collectors can make a beeline to the showcase of pre-loved limited-edition watches comprising the F.P. Journe Chronomètre à Résonance Rose Gold, Rolex Day-Date Yellow Gold with a rare ferrite dial, Cartier Ballon Bleu 33mm "Panther Spots" and A. Lange & Söhne Zeitwerk Striking Time Rose Gold, curated by Betteridge, trusted American retailer of jewellery timepieces since 1897.
Betteridge pre-loved F.P. Journe Chronometre Resonance rose gold white gold dial
• EDITION 2 – Artistry & Craft
From 17 to 21 October, the spotlight is on the artistry and craft of jewellery, watches and clocks from Europe and Asia.
Brands include the likes of Lore (France), Oressence (France), Louise C. Factory (Switzerland) and Ferrari Firenze (Italy) for the Uniquely from Europe showcase, while a strong line up of Asian designers can be seen in the Audacious Asia display, which are divided into two segments – The Exceptional Audacious Asia and Audacious Asia.
Another highlight is the curated showcase of 11 Académie Horlogère Des Créateurs Indépendants (AHCI) independent watch and clockmakers, Asia’s largest gathering of AHCI participants presenting their art through the storied tradition of watchmaking. The prestigious line-up include David Candaux, Aaron Becsei, Ludovic Ballouard, Sinclair Harding and Meccaniche Orologi Milano, as well as independent watchmakers such as Swiss watchmaker Krayon.
• THE EXCEPTIONAL
This high profile showcase features jewellery houses and designers of illustrious heritage, rarity, design and craft from around the world including Vihari (Singapore), Federico Buccellati (Italy), Magerit (Spain), Caratell (Singapore), Baerjewels (Hong Kong), Gyan Jaipur (India), Moiseikin (Russia) and Heinz Mayer (Germany).
Vihari signature ring with 8.55 carats yellow green diamond surrounded with intense pink and white diamonds set in 18K white gold
Caratell Signature Lotus Fantasy pendant cum brooch with 102 Tsvorites totaling 2.78 carats, 4 topaz totaling 2.62 carats, fancy green diamonds, aquamarines, pink sapphires, spinels and diamonds set in 19k white and yellow gold
• THE SAVOIR SERIES
Open to the public, The Savoir Series allows participants to explore unique and iconic creations through a line-up of masterclasses that offer insights, learnings and trends from leading curators, designers, watchmakers and experts from different parts of the world.
• FORUM DU TEMPS
Promising exclusive privileges and networking events, watch collectors and enthusiasts can look forward to the Forum du Temps Lounge, where they can share insights and trade timepieces, as well as benefit from a number of other complementary products and services. Throughout the festival period, registered members can also enjoy free flow of wine and the opportunity to meet other collectors, watchmakers and dealers during the happy hours of 5pm to 7pm daily at the TENT@Ngee Ann City Civic Plaza.
• YEAR-LONG ONLINE RETAIL CONCEPT
The online retail platform – JeweLuxe World – allows shoppers to buy curated pieces of some of the most sought-after designs of jewellery, timepieces and more all year round, as well as enjoy a personalised shopping experience with the JeweLuxe Concierge Service. Shoppers can also share their insights and appreciation online.
• Edition 1: 12 – 16 October
• Edition 2: 17 – 21 October
Noon – 8pm
TENT@Ngee Ann City Civic Plaza, Orchard Road
Photos courtesy of JeweLuxe Singapore