What To Expect At Dubai Watch Week

Lindsay Judge   |   24-11-2021

See the latest novelties from 48 international watch brands



The largest and most prominent non-commercial watch event in the Middle East has confirmed the presence of 48 leading watch brands, which is the highest number of participating exhibitors to date. This includes Rolex, Audemars Piguet, TUDOR, Hublot and Chopard, all of whom will have standalone and interactive spaces on site.


Get your watch valued by Christie’s


Remy Julia, Christie’s

Specialists from leading auction house Christie’s will be hosting a number of talks and presentations over the duration of the event. They will cover topics including how to win big on auctions, the watch market in the UAE and the latest trends. There will also be a team of specialists meeting with watch collectors and watch enthusiasts who will be on-hand to value watches by appointment.


Meet top industry creatives and leaders



As the watch community reunites this will be the first physical event since the beginning of the pandemic that brings together so many of the industry’s key players. International CEOs, watch collectors, watch makers and more will be present throughout the event with an interactive programme of talks, masterclasses and events on offer for guests.


Discover pop-ups of some of your favourite restaurants



Some of Dubai’s most-loved eateries will be opening pop-ups within the Dubai Watch Week set-up. Cipriani will be offering a special menu of fine Italian dishes as well as a breakfast menu that’s not to be missed. Home-grown burger chain SALT will be launching a limited-edition menu of timeless treats especially for the event, as well as Home Bakery and a pop-up from TWST, the innovative local eatery.


Be entertained by global celebrities


Renowned musician and innovator, will.i.am. will be participating on a panel in the Creative Hub to discuss the challenge that lies in focusing on heritage luxury whilst finding synergy in a fast-moving digital world.


Running from 24- 28 November, Dubai Watch Week is open to all and free to enter. Further information can be found on dubaiwatchweek.com.