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Trade fair to bring business & luxury together
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May '08
The first ever business and luxury goods trade fair combined, The Saudi Gulf Luxury Trade Fair that will take place at London's InterContinental Hotel in Park Lane on August 2nd and 3rd 2008 is already attracting a very wide and varied range of stand exhibitors.

British finance and investment companies who want to develop business links with the Middle East are joining forces at the trade fair with world leading brands such as Aston Martin whose stand will be surrounded with diamond dealers, couture fashion designers, private jet charter companies, top end kitchenware companies, and a unique designer from New York named Damjan who makes 18 carat gold cigar ash trays that sell at £6,000 each.

Also exhibiting at the trade fair will be the Arab British Chamber of Commerce who are marketing the event to their members.

Top Saudi Arabian fashion designer Amina Al-Jassim will be exhibiting her new couture collection in the trade fair's ladies private shopping section.

Joining Amina will be Royal British couture designer Lindka Cierach, who in conjunction with Crosley Diamonds is creating the world's most expensive abaya. The beautifully designed abaya created by Lindka will be adorned with diamonds from trade fair exhibitor Crosley Diamonds of London. The abaya will be on sale at the fair with a sale price yet to be announced.

Leading London and Paris bespoke lingerie brand Carine Gilson will also be exhibiting their stunning collectionin the ladies private shopping section of the fair.

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