Emirates Palace to host World Luxury Expo

Products on show to include new Porsche and the Human Regenerator

The Human Generator from B5 Art of Living.
The Human Generator from B5 Art of Living.

The third edition of the World Luxury Expo, Abu Dhabi, will be hosted at the Emirates Palace from Spetember 27-29.

The event will showcase a selection of luxury brands to an invitation-only group of high net worth clients from across the GCC. The categories include fine art, jewellery and fashion, hand-crafted time pieces, designer furniture and table settings, automobiles, fine dining, private aviation, and luxury travel.

Participating companies include Porsche, who will showcase the Panamera Executive model; Moiseikin Jewellery, who will be presenting pieces from the Imperial collection, and Faustig Chandeliers. Gold & Co London will be showcasing a 24-carat gold plated Arabian stallion and B5 Art of Living will introduce the Human Regenerator, which features innovative technology for rejuvenation, health and well-being.

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Other participating brands at the event include House of Sillage, Rebellion, Cornelio Cappellini, Mariner, Giarletta Rosmundo and Al Barari Luxury Villas.

Following the Abu Dhabi edition, the World Luxury Expo will be held in Doha from November 14-16 2013.

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