Especially in challenging times, Inhorgenta Munich (February 11–14, 2022, Munich) proves to be a magnet for the international jewellery, watch and gemstone industry. In addition to Thomas Sabo, many other new exhibitors will be on board, underlining the importance of the trade fair as the most important industry platform in Europe.
“Thomas Sabo is a glamorous brand of jewellery, watches and lifestyle products for women and men—and a valuable enrichment for Inhorgenta Munich,” explains Elena Jasper, Exhibition Director Inhorgenta.
“Generally, we are experiencing a great response from exhibitors almost at pre-coronavirus levels. Especially in these challenging times, there is a great need to present, inform and network. For this, Inhorgenta offers the best possible platform.”
Oliver Besta, Wholesale Director THOMAS SABO adds: “We are looking forward to Inhorgenta 2022 and to sending a strong signal – especially to our specialized retail and jeweller partners. Together we will focus on what will attract customers to the POS in spring/summer: new jewellery trends, reliable quality and trust in every respect.”
Numerous Brands Celebrate Their Premieres at Inhorgenta
Thomas Sabo will prominently showcase in the jewellery hall (B2), which brings together timeless elegance and tradition with lifestyle. This is also where Giovanni Raspini will make its debut at the fair with handmade silver jewellery from Italy.
Several new names will be present in the timepiece hall (A1): Belchen Group, Cyrus Watches, Daniel Wellington, Giberg, LIU JO, and Nordgreen.
The designer Ana Cardim as well as the brand Little Nothing Maria Paula Campos de Castro Pereira will join the Hall C2 for designer jewellery. And then there will be Infinite Office for the first time representing several Brazilian designers who use Portugal as a bridge to Europe.
Fabergé will set another highlight in Hall B1, which is dedicated to exclusive jewellery. And the new CARAT AREA concept in Hall C1 has attracted the renowned gemstone dealers Abouchar and Gustav Caesar, as well as the Herbert Stephan gemstone manufacture.