The Jewellery Editor embraces the SIHH 2016

Marking a decade of attending this premier watch show, The Jewellery Editor is taking its largest-ever team to Geneva.

Parmigiani at the SIHH 2015

Recognising the importance of the SIHH 2016 (Salon International de Haute Horlogerie), this year the team will consist of  co-founders Maria Doulton and Christine Pasquier,  watch editor Rebecca Doulton and Tom Crooke and Sam Bonard from the video team.  “It is a highlight of our year to visit the SIHH and we are delighted that our team has been welcomed by the organisers so that we can bring our audience of watch-lovers from around the world our views on the most exclusive and interesting watch releases of the year,” says Maria Doulton, who is also editor-in-chief of the website.

The five-strong team will gather all the latest information from the world of horology, identify watch trends, select editorial angles and produce a video to share with its followers. Recognised as the leading global luxury jewellery and watch online magazine, The Jewellery Editor brings its unique mix of written and video content to an audience of watch and jewellery aficionados from around the world.

Bringing an immediacy to their editorial mix, the team will share their discoveries, thoughts and insight via The Jewellery Editor’s social media platforms, which have a reach of almost 2 million a month. Editorial material and ideas collected over the four days will feed into the website’s editorial calendar throughout the year, making sure watch lovers and buyers have news of the latest products as soon as they are available to purchase. 

The Jewellery Editor is proud to be acknowledged as a key media platform by the organisers of the show and the premier luxury brands present.  Here’s to an excellent SIHH 2016 and wishing all the exhibitors and attendees a successful and profitable start to the New Year.

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