February 16, 2018
INHORGENTA MUNICH 2018
Trade Show Opening with a Rise in Exhibitor Figures and a Glamorous Jewelry Show
INHORGENTA MUNICH 2018 opened its gates on Friday, February 16, with an encouraging four percent rise in the number of exhibitors. More than 1000 exhibitors from 42 countries are presenting their products to a trade audience. The traditional “INHORGENTA Jewelry Show” was the glamorous prelude to this year’s jewelry and watches trade show. Nearly 400 invited guests from the worlds of business, media and culture celebrated the inauguration together with exhibitors and trade visitors at the After-Show Party.
The Jewelry Show is one of the highlights of INHORGENTA MUNICH. Among the guests of the evening were Wigald Boning with his wife Teresa Tièschky, Uschi Dämmrich von Luttiz, Joana Danciu, Florian Hüttner, Laura Janson, Andrea Kaiser, Mike Kraus, Alexander and Viola Mazza, Dunja Siegel, Daniela Vukovic and Christine Zierl.
The models wore high-carat jewelry on the catwalk: white diamonds by Hans D. Krieger, cultured-pearl necklaces by Gellner, Girello rotating rings by Meister, Hauber bracelets and a jewelry collection by the Schwab gold and platinum smithy. Guido Maria Kretschmer’s muse Zoe Helali was the prominent face of the show.
The model presented necklaces from the Perlensalon by Celia von Barchewitz.
This time, the models did not only present jewelry in combination with fine evening dresses, but also with ready-to-wear garments of young designer labels, such as Irene Luft, Dawid Tomaszewski, Veronica Bond, Marcel Ostertag and Minx by Eva Lutz.
“With this fashion mix, the shows turn out to be more versatile than ever before”, says Klaus Dittrich, Chairman and CEO of Messe München.
The program was accompanied by a multimedia show performed by the Munich VJane Betty Mü.
INHORGENTA MUNICH will present the full variety of jewelry, precious stones and watches until and including Monday, February 19. 1,026 exhibitors from 42 countries and around 28,000 retailers from over 70 countries meet on a hall space of 65,000 square meters.