Don’t miss the world premier of an exciting new play in February, based on the famous novella by Truman Capote. With a debut on Broadway in New York City, where the original setting for Breakfast at Tiffany’s played out in the 1940s, the stylish and romantic lead role originally played by Audrey Hepburn goes to Brit ingénue, Emilia Clarke.
Step into the most exclusive bridal event of the year, filled with decadent hors d’oeuvres and gourmet tastings from renowned chefs, a Champagne bar, and the glamour of a Vera Wang fashion runway show. Over 80 magnificent exhibits will fill the ballroom at the Ritz-Carlton San Francisco, the city’s only five-star, five diamond hotel. www.modernluxuryweddings.com
14 – 17 February
DRESSED TO THE NINES
Rub elbows with Asia’s most fashion forward crowd at Indonesia Fashion Week. Held at the Jakarta Convention Center, this year’s event plans to attract a global audience as Indonesian and batik inspired fashion continues to expand overseas. With media representatives and professional buyers flying in from all over the world, everyone is waiting with baited breath to see what Indonesia’s talented designers have in store for us this year.
Having recently won Best Cultural Arts or Music Event at this year’s black tie function for the Australian Event Awards – a pinnacle awards program for the events industry – the annual Sydney Festival never fails to enliven and transform Australia’s iconic city. The 2013 program is kaleidoscopic in its diversity, from burlesque circus to New York rap to Russian theater; from contemporary dance to family programs to traditional indigenous arts practice.
18 – 21 January
If jewelry is your business, you won’t want to miss Bijorhca Paris, an international fine jewelry show exhibiting more than 400 designers from around the world. Founded in 1930, Bijorhca brings buyers and designers together in the heart of Paris, where upcoming trends are revealed.