Italian jewelry designer Ippolita, French watch brand Bell & Ross and luxury powerhouse Bulgari have filled the last remaining villas reserved for the event, where they will join brands such as H. Stern and Buccellati in showcasing their latest product introductions.
Among some of the most opulent exhibition areas at the Wynn Las Vegas, where the Couture show will be held once again, the villas range in size from 2,400 to 3,200 square feet and offer brands a means to meet with their clients in a private and luxurious setting.
“We couldn’t be more pleased to have completely filled our villa space this early in the process,” said Chris Casey, vice president of the Nielsen Jewelry Group. “More importantly, these companies are clearly branded leaders in our industry. Their presence confirms Couture as the destination for discriminating retailers as well as trade and consumer media editors who are at the forefront of jewelry and fashion trends.”
The Couture show in Las Vegas, along with National Jeweler magazine and NationalJeweler.com, is produced by the Nielsen Jewelry Group, which also produces the JA New York Shows. The Nielsen Jewelry Group is part of Nielsen Expositions, whose parent company is The Nielsen Co., a global information and media company.