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Nestled on Dubai’s sparkling shoreline, Madinat Jumeirah is a stylish resort and meeting place, designed to emulate the forts and Arabian bazaars that laid the foundations for Dubai’s success as a vibrant trading port.

Set within the resort’s picturesque waterways and manicured gardens are four grand hotels, each with their own personality. The cool and contemporary beachside retreat Jumeirah Al Naseem is home to the city’s closest rooms to the beach and several of Jumeirah’s finest dining spots, while the palatial Jumeirah Al Qasr is inspired by the tales in 1,001 Arabian Nights. Boutique retreat Jumeirah Mina A’Salam is just steps from the beach, while groups, families and couples can escape to Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf’s Arabian summerhouses.



Geneva-based, family-run high jewellery house Boghossian boasts a rich history spanning over 150 years. Helmed by fifth- and sixth-generation gem experts, the Maison draws artistic inspiration from its beginnings at the centre of the Silk Route, combining Eastern opulence with innovative Swiss craftsmanship. Boghossian pushes the boundaries of jewellery design to showcase diamonds and gemstones in an audacious new light: whether through the Art of Inlay, its signature Kissing technique or the patented Merveilles style. Through a combination of extraordinary gemstones and daring design, Boghossian has achieved world-record prices at auction and attracted an international clientele of high-end jewellery connoisseurs.





Since its creation, Guerlain has developed an intimate relationship with the artists of its time. 2023 is a great year for the House of Guerlain which, through the anniversary of the Bee Bottle, celebrates 170 years of our commitment to beauty, creativity, and the protection of biodiversity.

Guerlain presents a discovery through the universe of perfume and art, translated through the Bee Bottle, the signature of the House of Guerlain, which is sublimated by modern and contemporary artists. Through the project “Dear Eugénie”, the Bee Bottle is reinterpreted by several international women photographers, each displaying their singular universes which travel through time, art, photography and the beauty of the invisible. At the heart of the exhibition, Guerlain proudly presents two spectacular masterpieces: Guerlain X Maison Matisse and Guerlain X Yves Klein Archives.



Over five decades, BMW has been engaged in partnerships with some of the most renowned cultural institutions worldwide based on mutual respect and curiosity. BMW also maintains partnerships with the most important and prestigious art fairs around the world. In line with its aim to promote art globally, BMW Middle East supports the art scene across the region through various approaches. In Dubai, BMW Middle East cements this commitment through its partnership with Art Dubai since 2018.


Founded in 1931 by Professor Niehans, a pioneer in longevity, Clinique La Prairie has over the years established an international reputation as a world-renowned longevity wellness destination, located in Switzerland.

Clinique La Prairie’s philosophy to longevity combines its expertise and its holistic approach based on the four pillars of medical insights, wellbeing, nutrition, and movement. Using cutting-edge science, genetics, epigenetics and exceptional diagnostic, Clinique La Prairie offers the most advanced longevity journeys in a sophisticated environment. Over the week-long stay, guests engage with leading medical specialists, nutritionists, and wellbeing therapists to gain a deeper insight into their health and overhaul their lifestyle. Clinique La Prairie also brings its pioneering science to people’s daily routines with a line of longevity supplements – Holistic Health -, result of years of research and available outside the clinic.


Matthieu Gafsou Ruinart

Founded in 1729, Maison Ruinart is the very first established champagne house. Since then, it has never stopped developing and promoting its own art de vivre. Ruinart expresses its commitment to art by commissioning artists, starting in 1896 when Alphonse Mucha created the Maison’s first artwork.

Each year, artists receive carte blanche to express their vision of the Maison, to share its heritage, savoir-faire and the excellence of its cuvées.