Dubai International Jewellery Week set for another dazzling show


Dubai International Jewellery Week set for another dazzling show

Hazoorilal Legacy’s multi-functional piece featuring a traditional bracelet with a jhumki earring


Sparkling designs shown off by movie stars at the Oscars and a unique collection combining nature and precious metals will be among the big attractions at the Dubai International Jewellery Week.

Visitors to the Middle East’s most influential jewellery exhibition are well-accustomed to dazzling performances, and the 21st edition of the show running from 7-10 December at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) will not disappoint.

Among the cast of 300 local, regional and international retailers taking part a New Delhi-based jeweller Hazoorilal Legacy will be displaying hi-end fine jewellery made of gold with diamonds, precious gemstones and polki (uncut diamonds), technically innovative pieces that can be worn in many ways, allowing women to decide on their own signature style without the need to purchase multiple jewellery items.

Rohan Narang, Director at Hazoorilal Legacy, said: “Amongst our many exceptional pieces, including contemporary Red Carpet designs that have been worn on the international circuits such as the Oscars and BAFTA awards, we will also be displaying a collection of multi-layered and functional, elegant and fashionable jewellery pieces.

“Visitors to our stand will be able to buy from a wide selection of bracelets, chandelier earrings, traditional earrings, and cocktail rings. We will also showcase some of our award winning signature styles like multi-layered necklaces, traditional bracelets with a jhumki earring that can be taken off and worn as a pendant or big cocktail rings that stretch out as a full finger ring.”

La Vie En’s jewellery made of real plants covered in gold and silver will be showcased at Dubai International Jewellery Week 2016, run from 7-10 December at DWTC.

Also exhibiting unique pieces will be La Vie En, a Kazkakhstani brand, bringing to the show a striking collection of designs made from real plants and flowers covered with 24K gold and silver.

“Our jewellery sets are unique since nature does not create two identical plants,” said Rufina Abdussalamova, Owner at La Vie En.

“Among many items we’ll bring to Dubai a necklace made of real rose petals covered in gold, earrings made of daisies covered in gold and silver, and gold bracelet featuring a mimosa. “

Overall, the exhibition will showcase more than 10,000 jewellery designs from around the world and feature jewellery and fashion master classes and workshops during which participants will have an exclusive opportunity to learn the best ways of complimenting a variety of outfits with jewellery from leading stylists, fashionistas, and expert bloggers.

Admission to the Dubai International Jewellery Week is free to the general public, while anyone under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. The show is open from 2:00pm to 10:00pm daily, with the exception of Friday 9 December when doors open at 3:00pm. To find out the latest show information, visit or follow the event on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.