Monday, June 17, 2024

Inhorgenta Munich 2020: Trendfactory Munich – A completely new Hall C2

Breath-taking pieces of fine jewellery will be specially showcased in puristic, all-white looks at the Jewellery Show of this year’s Inhorgenta Munich.

In 2020, Trendfactory Munich will take place in the redesigned Hall C2 – with a wide range of presentations and workshops on sustainability and future retail.

For instance, expert Katerina Perez will provide insight into retail strategies of the future and answer the question, “How do I sell jewellery on Instagram?” Her presentation will be made in English.

Designer Guya Merkle will discuss the use of recycled gold and Andy Bardon, a photographer for National Geographic, will talk about his documentary on the mining of pearls in French Polynesia.

Watch Talks – Where watch experts discuss digitization and more- Inhorgenta MunicH is constantly growing, especially in the field of watches. In addition to a strong exhibitor portfolio, the fair provides a great deal of knowledge transfer through its Watch Talks.

One example is the talk “(Certified) Pre-owned: A business model for manufacturers or specialist retailers?”

New: Campus Talks – The Campus Talks serve as the ideal hub for young designers and goldsmiths for everything related to getting started in the profession. Michael Kiefer, from the schools for goldsmithing and watchmaking in Pforzheim, and Tabea Reulecke, from the technical school for design, jewellery, and utensil, will present the institutions and answer questions about training and courses of study. Various lectures and panels will also be offered. These will include success stories from well-known designers to inspire young talent.

Jewellery shows with special looks and exquisite pieces – Jewellery shows are a permanent part of the event calendar at INhorgenta MunicH. This year, Claudia Hofmann, co-founder of the Fashion Council Germany, will be the lead stylist for the models. Breath-taking pieces of fine jewellery will be specially showcased in puristic, all-white looks.”

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