After a digital-only edition in 2021, Watches and Wonders Geneva will be happening physically in just over three weeks. Exhibiting the latest releases from 38 Maisons, invited guests and the general public will be able to follow all the action of the Salon online, live or via replay, from 30 March to 5 April.
A Hybrid Approach
With the show’s return to Geneva, this year’s Watches and Wonders will continue with digital presentations for keynote addresses and panel addresses: watch aficionados can follow the major launches, industry discussions, and daily summaries online. For those attending, there will be Touch & Feel sessions, with health measures in place.
38 Participating Watch Brands
The Hour Glass and Watches of Switzerland are proud to represent the following brands across our network of boutiques:
A. Lange & Söhne | Cartier | Chopard | Grand Seiko | Hublot | IWC Schaffhausen |
Jaeger-LeCoultre | Panerai | Patek Philippe | Piaget | Roger Dubuis | Rolex | TAG Heuer |
Tudor | Ulysse Nardin | Zenith
A Tribute to Gérald Genta
Curated by Watches and Culture, the “Time Design” exhibition will be a visual timeline dedicated to the evolution of wristwatch design through the ages. Illustrated by more than 100 watches, these pieces will be presented in showcases designed by students of École d’art de Lausanne (ECAL). There will also be a tribute to the work of Mr Gérald Genta, designer of iconic watches such as the Patek Philippe Nautilus and Audemars Piguet Royal Oak.
Stay tuned as The Hour Glass brings you the latest news from Watches and Wonders Geneva 2022.