Art, Design & Fashion Events You Won’t Want To Miss This March

By RSIR Staff |

From design week in Melbourne and SXSW in Austin, Texas; to fashion and motors in Switzerland, these are the top events in art, design and fashion you won’t want to miss this March.

Art & Design

3.5 – 3.18   |   Singapore Design Week   Singapore

As one of Asia’s premier design festivals, the annual Singapore Design Week (SDW) brings together a collection of local and international design in Singapore. Attendees are treated to thought leadership and top-tier design as it relates to business, public policy, and beyond.

Take a look at highlights from last year’s event:

3.8 – 3.17   |   SXSW   Austin, Texas

Every year, members of the interactive, film and music industries come together in Austin for SXSW, a collection of conferences and festivals that foster creative and personal growth and discovery.

3.6 – 3.9   |   Design Shanghai   Shanghai, China

Since its inception, Design Shanghai has aimed to break new ground in China’s growing design community. The event highlights premier brands and galleries from around the world in a unique and exciting platform for establishing relationships with top architects, designers, developers, retails and private buyers in Asia.

3.14 – 3.24   |   Melbourne Design Week   Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne Design Week will bring together over 200 talks, tours, workshops and exhibitions that all aim to explore how design can shape our future. Highlights include “The War on Waste,” “Material Matters,” “Possible Futures,” and “Inclusive Cities.”

3.28 – 3.31   |   DesignMarch   Reykjavík, Iceland

Prepare for the eleventh annual DesignMarch, a festival held in Iceland. This year, there will be over one hundred events around the capital that will transform the city into a unique design destination with a range of mediums, from furniture and fashion, to environment and architecture, food and beyond.

3.29 – 3.31   |   Art Basel   Hong Kong, China

Art Basel will bring their show to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in a collection of galleries from Asia and beyond. The show will examine diversity in historical and cutting-edge works created by both well-known and emerging artists.


3.7 – 3.17   |   Geneva Motor Show   Geneva, Switzerland

The 89th Annual Geneva Motor Show will be a little different this year, in that it is more flexible than in year’s past: it will open categories to all facets of individual transportation, which will shift the way that exhibitors may interact with attendees. This more modern version of the show will garner the presentation of 157 World and European Premiers with over 660,000 visitors from around the globe.


3.21 – 3.26   |   Baselworld   Basel, Switzerland

Baselworld is a trade show that showcases the finest in jewelry, gems and watches from around the world. This year, Max Büsser, founder of the Swiss avantgarde watch brand MB&F, says 2019 will be the “best Baselworld ever.”