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COUTURE Announces Addition of COUTUREtime to Las Vegas Event

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NEW YORK, NY – The COUTURE Show has announced the introduction of COUTUREtime – which will accommodate the expansion of several brands into the Villas and the Encore Ballrooms – to its Las Vegas event, scheduled for June 2-6.

“We are very excited to introduce COUTUREtime to our event this year,” says COUTURE vice president, Gannon Brousseau. “This carefully curated selection of innovative and heritage timepiece brands represents the natural evolution of COUTURE. Whether showcasing in private villas or in one of the Encore ballrooms, each of these brands will spend their time in Las Vegas in an environment that befits their overall brand identity.”

Exhibiting in bespoke ballrooms in Encore are brands Baume & Mercier, BOVET, Dior Timepieces, Fendi, Montblanc, Oris, Raymond Weil, TAG Heuer and Zenith. Some of the Wynn’s private Villas will play host to Bell & Ross, Bulgari, Chopard, Gucci, Hermes, Omega and TUDOR. Both locations will give the brands the ability to cater to their key retailers and press with the amenities that attendees have come to expect of The Wynn and Encore.

“We are thrilled to be able to work with the COUTURE team in developing COUTUREtime as the premier, luxury watch event in the United States,” says Steven Kaiser, president of Kaiser Time. “The Wynn property is the perfect environment to host leading retailers and luxury watch brands alongside the best in designer fine jewelry."

For more information about COUTUREtime or COUTURE, contact Michelle Orman at [email protected] or at (646) 302-5521.

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