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The tone is set for the next session of Bijorhca Paris, on 6 to 9 September 2019 at Paris Porte de Versailles. We’re busy planning a totally revamped show with lots of exciting new features!

So what's new?

We want to make your visitor experience totally seamless, so we’ve designed a completely new show layout for you, now with 4 well-defined sections:

The Precious Area will bring together fine jewellery and watchmaking, while the Fashion Area will feature fashion and high fashion jewellery. L’Atelier will focus on tools, machines, packaging/POS, services and elements. These three sections will be located in pavilions 5.2 and 5.3.

The final section, dedicated to Raw Materials, will be on the ground floor (pavilion 5.1). It will showcase all elements required for jewellery composition with something for everyone in the profession. 

Will there be any new brands?

Given our aim of introducing you to more and more new brands and new designers to boost your business relationships, we have created ‘Trends’, as part Fashion Area.

‘Trends’ will act as an incubator for new concepts and emerging designers.

What about the international aspect?

As its name suggests, Bijorhca Paris is a French event held twice a year in the world’s fashion capital. But Bijorhca Paris also has international prestige: this September, we expect 59% of exhibitors to be international and 28% of buyers to come from all over the world. We’re also delighted to be welcoming a South African pavilion.

What’s new in the events and lounge areas?

Bijorhca Paris is not only a place to do business and network, but also a forum for jewellery enthusiasts. Be inspired by the new Spring/Summer 2020 trends by exploring the Fashion Trends area. Stay informed and up-to-date with the sector’s challenges by attending the various talks in the Workshops area.

This session also celebrates creative expertise with makers’ demonstrations and workshops. French and international institutional exhibitors will demonstrate the training they provide, while the creative professions will be celebrated in the exhibition by Francis van de Walle, designer of luxury spaces.

Make sure to enjoy a break in the show’s Champagne bar, in one of the dining areas or in the various lounges available throughout the show.

“We’re looking forward to sharing with you this renewed and revitalised Bijorhca Paris. We’re sure you’ll have a fantastic time with us!”

Marine Devos