Malta’s most well-known luxury goods provider, Edwards Lowell, has celebrated a busy and successful 2019, hosting a number of events while also entering into new projects.
In June, Edwards Lowell hosted the Palme d’Or Champagne Ball at Palazzio Parisio, to celebrate the Cannes Film Festival. M. Demajo Wines and Spirits and Veuve Cliquot were official partners on the night.
The company also opened the ‘Green Room’ art and design gallery in the heart of Valletta. A hidden gem in the city, just a stones-throw away from the hustle and bustle of life in the Capital, the Green Room’s debut exhibition showcased internationally acclaimed Maltese photographer Kurt Arrigo.
The red carpet at the Palme d’Or Champagne Ball at Palazzio Parisio.
Mr. Arrigo and Edwards Lowell have worked together for many years and since 2004, he has been an official Rolex yachting photographer, covering every race around the globe, including Malta’s very own Rolex Middlesea Race.
Edwards Lowell proudly celebrated the milestone of the 40th Edition of the Rolex Middle Sea Race, inviting clients to enjoy panoramic views of the Grand Harbour and surrounding cities.
The 'Green Room' Gallery in Valletta
Each year, the course begins as the boats depart from the Maltese islands and sail around Sicily including Lampedusa, Pantelleria, the Aegadian and Eolian islands finally making their way back to Malta in the hopes to make it in the quickest time.
The company also opened its Concept Store in Portomaso, a contemporary space showcasing niche and eclectic items ranging from Taschen publications, Andy Warhol prints and originals, as well as watches, jewellery and accessories.
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