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Must-attend event for all professionals, BIJORHCA PARIS is the only international trade show exclusively dedicated to Jewellery, Watches and Technical Industries in France.

It welcomes almost 400 exhibitors and brands, including 50% internationals from over 30 countries, gathered to showcase their collections to about 14 000 buyers, including 35% internationals from 100 countries.

TRENDS AREA

At BIJORHCA PARIS, stylist Elizabeth Leriche introduces visitors to the latest trends in two must-see showcase areas she has created using exhibitors’ jewellery:

The Precious Gallery

This fine-jewellery trends area, given centre stage in the main aisle, highlights a selection of key pieces hand-picked by stylist Elizabeth Leriche. Look out for silver, gold and vermeil jewellery and watches.
For January 2017, the Precious Gallery will present four themes:

“contemporary” with design, pure lines pieces; “lightness” with narrative jewellery and light shapes; “original” with larger pieces, stones and leather; and “movement” for watches.
An area not to be missed for a snapshot of the season’s must-haves.

The Fashion Trends area

The January 2017 edition of BIJORHCA PARIS features the “Fashion Trends” area dedicated to fashion jewellery, designed by Elizabeth Leriche. This is the showcase for new pieces from our exhibitors illustrating the latest trends.
And there’s also a display area informing buyers on everything they need to know about jewellery merchandising.
For Spring–Summer 2017, femininity and creativity are the key themes of a bold and diverse range of styles.
“Seventies Mix” is for the modern woman who has embraced the 70s revival. “Night Fever” is for the more rebellious party animal. “Energetic Summer” is for the woman who dreams of distant lands while “Street Power” is a new take on the streetwear code.

THE 3D VILLAGE

There is a new area to explore in the Elements universe: the 3D Village.
The 3D village, at the ground floor entrance to Hall 5, brings 3D professionals together in a lively and interactive space buzzing with knowledge and insight into the myriad aspects of the jewellery trade.
Every day, Multistation and 3J Creation will lead an hour-long workshop on the use of 3D technologies in jewellery design and production.

INTERNATIONAL PAVILLIONS

BIJORHCA  PARIS  continue  to  develop  its  international  dimension,  highlighting specific  expertise from different world’s regions,with a Brazilian and a South African pavilions. To be found in the first part of the show, aisle A.

Brazil

Since 2005 and exclusive to Paris, the Brazilian pavilion has showcased a selected number of costume jewellery designers from all regions of Brazil. For this edition, 7 names will showcase their collections:

Aramez por Gissa Bicalho, Eneida França, Blanca Leone Jewellery, Leticia Sarabia, Possebon, Trois Design, Volla.

South Africa

After a successful show in September 2015, the South African pavilion is back with twice as many designers!
The 20 shortlisted exhibitors represent South Africa’s talents and innovation with a dazzling array of gold, diamonds, silver and other materials.

Anaczynski  Jewellery,  Apples  and  Oranges,  Badivine  Creations,  Black  Betty  Design,  Byvally  Creations,  Cthatijewellery, Enza Management Services, Jenni Gault International, Lashongwe Designers, Matter of Fakt Jewellery, Phatsima Jewellery Designs, Michl Jewellery, Philippa Green, Roche Recycle Relove, Siyalu Art & Craft, The Vows Creation, Trinket Design, Victoria Orpen Jewellers, Zurel Bros.

BIJORHCA Paris takes place on the same dates as Who’s Next (Parc des Expositions – Porte de Versailles) and Maison&Objet Paris (Parc des Expositions – Paris Nord Villepinte).

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