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Geneva Watch Days - Looking Back… Looking Forwards!

Geneva Watch Days Looking Back… Looking Forwards!

With the 2022 edition of Geneva Watch Days just around the corner, let's remind ourselves of some of the special moments from last year's event

It's happening again! From 29 August to 1 September, the Right Bank of Geneva Lake comes alive with horological action. With the main exhibition pavilion taking its accustomed place at the Rotonde Quai du Mont-Blanc, hosting cocktails, dinners, discussions — and of course, parties! — the 31 participating brands of Geneva Watch Days will welcome retailers, press and other VIP guests at the surrounding luxury hotels such as the Beau Rivage Genève and the Ritz-Carlton Hotel de la Paix. As we await the upcoming edition of the most exciting fine watchmaking event this summer, let's revisit some of the best moments and remind ourselves of what we can expect in just a few days.

Looking Back… Looking Forwards!

Looking Back… Looking Forwards!

Looking Back… Looking Forwards!

Looking Back… Looking Forwards!

Looking Back… Looking Forwards!

Looking Back… Looking Forwards!

Looking Back… Looking Forwards!

Looking Back… Looking Forwards!

Looking Back… Looking Forwards!

Looking Back… Looking Forwards!

Looking Back… Looking Forwards!

Looking Back… Looking Forwards!

Looking Back… Looking Forwards!

Exhibiting brands: Breitling, Bulgari, Jacob & Co., Ulysse Nardin, De Bethune, H. Moser & Cie., MB&F, URWERK, Angelus, Arnold & Son, Corum, DOXA, Frédérique Constant, Greubel Forsey, Krayon, Konstantin Chaykin, Louis Erard, Maurice Lacroix, Oris, Raketa, Reuge, Beauregard, Bianchet, BYRNE, Claude Meylan, Czapek & Cie., Hautlence, HYT, Singer Reimagined, Trilobe, Phillips Bacs & Russo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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