For the second year running The London Watch Show took place at the renowned Grosvenor Hotel on Park Lane, Mayfair in which Richard Hambleton’s ‘Horse and Rider’ took center stage. Filled with influential businesses from within their respective industries, and a buzzing crowd interested in luxury goods and investment opportunities, it was a weekend bigger and better than the last.
Starting with an exclusive preview night on Friday the 18th that featured champagne and canapés under the venue’s chandeliers, the weekend was filled with live speeches, including one from Nico van der Horst, Youtuber and founder of Pride & Pinion, and Woodbury House Founder, Steven Sulley. The rest of the team was also in attendance to share insights into the life and legacy of Hambleton, and were joined, as a surprise, by Maxim from the Prodigy.
Accompanied by live music guests throughout the day, ticket holders were invited to make their way around the stands to view more of the legendary artwork of Hambleton, one of the three Kingpins of street art who stood alongside Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat in the 80s. Amongst the displayed art were other businesses, including respected brands such as Kettle Kids, Watch Collectors, The Secret Garden, Pride & Pinion and A Jewellers amongst others.
JW Marriott Grosvenor House
86-90 Park Lane
London, W1K 7TN