Iconic Brands Relocate to LUXURY Las Vegas in 2016

Apr 07, 2016

Norwalk, CT (April 7, 2016) — LUXURY is taking on a new, larger footprint in Las Vegas this year and by placing LUXURY, Prestige, LUXURY Watch and Elite Enclave together, the most accomplished talent and design collections are combined in one place – transforming the LUXURY experience into a tailored one-stop shopping event for high-end buyers. This new space affords the opportunity to bring in iconic brands that will be new to LUXURY in 2016.

Erica Courtney is the newest addition to the stellar line-up of brands that will be on display at LUXURY. For three decades, Erica Courtney has defined style and luxury with a highly revered collection of chic statement pieces that pushes the boundaries of artisan jewelry. Known for her visionary, one-of-a-kind designs in fine diamond and colored gemstone jewelry and also unique settings, bridal and engagement rings with ornate designs, it goes without saying the LUXURY team is thrilled to welcome her to the community.

"I am thrilled to join the LUXURY community in 2016," Erica Courtney stated. "A lot has changed in the jewelry industry and in our business; we believe LUXURY is the right fit for us in order to continue evolving and changing with the market. I look forward to showcasing my Drop Dead Gorgeous™ and Gorgeous and Engaged™ collections alongside respected brands and in front of high-quality retailers the LUXURY event is known for."

Other notable additions to LUXURY include esteemed brands Nanis and Michael M. Nanis will be located in the new LUXURY Oceanside Ballroom alongside the relocated Prestige pavilion and new LUXURY Watch. Prestige will now be in LUXURY all seven days with a representation of powerful brands with a strong retailer following such as A. Link, Lauren K, Lika Behar, Memoiré, Oscar Heyman, Peter Storm Jewelry and more.

The introduction of LUXURY Watch will provide a luxurious yet convenient destination for fine timepiece brands seeking a balance between appointment setting and walk by traffic from elite invited retailers. LUXURY Watch will debut from Thursday, June 2 – Sunday, June 5 and include a beautiful open aired networking lounge sponsored by Wrist Watch Magazine alongside watch brands that include: BALLWatch, Chronoswiss, and Cuervo Y Sobrinos to name a few.

Michael M., will join LUXURY in a private ballroom alongside Forevermark, Scott Kay, and Tacori. Michael M. is making quite a splash in the industry with an impressive diamond-intensive collection and a provocative new brand campaign.

"We are so pleased to welcome Erica Courtney, Nanis and Michael M. to the LUXURY community." said Sarin Bachmann, LUXURY Industry Vice President. "These brands are nothing short of iconic in regards to high-end fashion forward jewelry and are the perfect compliment to the remarkable array of brands in LUXURY and the captivating programming we are putting forth this year to compliment business on the salon floor. We are constantly striving to take the show to the next level and meet the evolving needs of the jewelry industry."

LUXURY will kick off Las Vegas Jewelry Week, May 31 – June 2, 2016 by invitation only, then continuing the week and opening to all JCK retailers June 3 – 6, 2016.

For more information on LUXURY, please visit jckonline.com/luxury.


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Sarin Bachmann
Industry Vice President, LUXURY & Swiss Watch
P: 203.840.5651
E: sbachmann@reedjewelrygroup.com

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