Abu Dhabi to host World Luxury Expo
Abu Dhabi, August 19, 2013
Abu Dhabi is set to host the third edition of the World Luxury Expo at the Emirates Palace from September 27 to 29.
The World Luxury Group has recently concluded two successful World Luxury Expos, the inaugural event was held at Burj Al Arab, Dubai in January and the second in February at the Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh earlier this year.
The expo showcases a selection of the world's leading luxury brands to an invitation-only three-day event to high-net worth private clientele from across the GCC region, said a statement.
According to Knight Frank's Wealth Report 2013, the number of high net worth individuals (HNWI) in the UAE, having a fortune of $30 million (Dh110 million), is set rise by 53 per cent over the next decade.
The expo will feature a broad selection of carefully selected categories including fine art, high-end jewellery and fashion, hand-crafted time pieces, designer furniture and exquisite table settings, automobiles, fine dining, private aviation, and luxury travel, said the statement.
All participating exhibitors are leaders in their respective fields, executing superior design qualities and constantly striving for the ultimate in quality and perfection, it said.
The brands to be featured include Porsche, Moiseikin Jewellery, Faustig Chandeliers, Gold & Co. London, B5 Art of Living, haute perfumerie House of Sillage, Cornelio Cappellini, Giorgio Collection, Mariner furniture (presented by Interiors Furniture), Giarletta Rosmundo, artwork by Marie Josée Primeau, and Dubai-based luxury Al Barari Luxury Villas, besides Döttling, which will present German superior safes, collectors pieces by Italian Gold Line, a presentation of The Royal Collection by Sony and the world’s most expensive headscarves by Kashperia.
Following the Abu Dhabi edition, World Luxury Expo will continue to Doha from November 14 to 16 November. Then the Expo travels to Kuwait in December and returns to Saudi Arabia in 2014, creating an annual signature series of events in the GCC region. - TradeArabia News Service