LUXURY Privé 2015 Preview

LUXURY Privé will be returning to the Waldorf Astoria in New York City for its 2015 iteration, and it is already shaping up to be one of the jewelry industry’s biggest events of the year! This popular conference, which gives retailers an opportunity to connect with jewelry companies face-to-face in a posh and luxurious setting, is scheduled to take place from July 26th to 28th. There are already dozens of major exhibitors slated to attend, including American Jewelry Designs, Bellarri, Dilamani, Mémoire, Oscar Heyman, and countless others. Needless to say, if you are in the jewelry biz, you’re going to want to be here; even if you aren’t a retailer or exhibitor yourself, you’ll never find a better opportunity to network with so many central industry players all in one place.

If this is your first time going, the best way to prepare is probably to take a peek at what’s happened in previous years. This 2013 interview between JCK Editor-in-Chief Victoria Gomelsky and LUXURY Privé organizer Desiree Hanson should shed a bit of light on what to expect:

Here at Luxury Branded, we will definitely be watching LUXURY Privé closely to see what happens, so if you’re attending this year feel free to send us your thoughts on what you saw and learned. If past years are anything to go by, there should be some major deals getting signed at this amazing event! Check out the official LUXURY Privé website to register or learn more about it.

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