Watches And Wonders Shanghai: The Excitement of Fine Watchmaking Shines

Watches And Wonders Shanghai: The Excitement of Fine Watchmaking Shines

THM Desk
18 Sept 2023 |
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The third edition of the Watches and Wonders Shanghai watch fair concluded on a high note this past weekend, bringing together watch enthusiasts and professionals to discover the latest novelties.

Watches & Wonders 2023

The event saw a total of 12,000 visitors over 5 days, including nearly 5,000 general public and end-client visitors during the weekend. Social media shares expanded the reach to 75 million people. The excitement was evident throughout the event halls, especially with the presence of Chinese celebrities like Dilraba Dilmurat and Ning Zetao.’

IWC Booth at Watches and Wonders 2023

The exhibitors showcased new watch releases and innovations. The 14 prestigious Maisons presenting included A. Lange & Söhne, Cartier, IWC Schaffhausen, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Panerai, Roger Dubuis, and Vacheron Constantin. Introductory workshops, exhibitions, and career presentations provided an immersive experience for guests.

Roger Dubuis

"We are glad to see keen interest from younger generations. Our mission is to inspire new passions and vocations in watchmaking," stated Matthieu Humair, CEO of the Watches and Wonders Geneva Foundation.

Watches and Wonders Shanghai Panel

The weekend conferences like "Iconic Watches" and "Trends & Novelties 2023" were well-attended. The WeChat platform allowed the public to follow the event in real-time.

Watches and Wonders Shanghai Workshop

Watches and Wonders Shanghai has become an essential platform for the global fine watchmaking community. The 2023 edition reaffirmed the show's role in facilitating exchange, education, and engagement around luxury timepieces.