15 years after 9/11 struck the world, 9 of the top emerging artists who have reconstructed the styles of New York are invited to showcase their collections at Lumine 0. These “post 9/11 designers” create as a means to soothe themselves and others from pain. Art direction by CHRISHABANA. All designers will be flying in to Tokyo for the fashion showcase.
Dates: 2/4/2017 (Sat) ・2/5/2017 (Sun)
Time: 11am~7pm (Everyday: creators will be at the event 2pm ~4pm)
Address: LUMINE 0 〒151-0051 Tokyo, Shibuya-ku, Sendagaya, 5 chome 24-55
Entrance Fee: Free
Cosponsored by H.P.FRANCE N.Y. Inc. and LUMINE Co., Ltd.
The io 2017 Spring/Summer collection will be available in io H.P.FRANCE stores from January 13. This season’s collection titled “MARIN la mer LA NOUVELLE ALLURE” takes inspiration from the color gradation of the seaside, especially waves, the sun, sky and ocean. The Spring/Summer collection includes a Jacquard fabric that is bold like ocean waves, as well as masculine stripe shirts and denim. We hope to see you in stores.
io COLLECTION PRINTEMPS-ETE 2017
『MARIN la mer LA NOUVELLE ALLURE』Read More →
“ANUBIAN AGE OF JAZZ”
The collection, inspired by the time period of The Great Gatsby, is retro, exotic and full of volume. The art deco embellishments are a reminiscent of the flapper dress and the elegant and nostalgic gold color reminds us of the Roaring 20s.
Sold at: destination Tokyo, H. P. FRANCE bijoux Marunouchi/Omotesando/Shinjuku/Umeda, goldie H. P. FRANCE Shinjuku/Yurakucho/Futako-Tamagawa, THEATRE H. P. FRANCE, H. P. FRANCE Boutique KyotoRead More →
H.P.FRANCE WINDOW GALLERY MARUNOUCHI is pleased to announce “History on paper -The printing”. Various pieces that created new value for their era and have been passed down over time ,will be on display. The third of the series introduces Alex Katz and highlights print art that use the human body as a motif.
Alex Katz is a figurative artist who has led America’s pop art movement. Known for his simple and bold use of colors and outlines, he was brought into the spotlight in the 60’s with his signature portrait pieces and has fascinated fans from around the world ever since.Read More →
The beauty what we find. The point of view what we seek. Throughout the 18th and 19th century Japanese Ukiyo-e artists captured impressive everyday scenes of blue skies and waterfronts to create dynamic compositions in their art. Known as “the Blue Period” of Ukiyo-e, the artists replaced Japanese Indigos with Prussian Blue pigments newly imported from […]Read More →
drama H.P.FRANCE director Haruko Kamiya’s pop-up shop “The Store of the Sagittarius” will open at ISETAN Shinjuku from Wednesday, December 14 to Sunday, December 25.
The shop name comes from the mythology behind the Sagittarius zodiac sign, which falls until December 20. The Sagittarius, half human and half horse is represented by the symbol of a bow and arrow, and is said to be aiming to attain someone’s heart. With Christmas approaching, the shop hopes to offer gifts that will win the heart of someone special.Read More →
Batoma will open their Christmas Party Market on the 1st floor of NEWoMan SHINJUKU from Friday, December 9 to Sunday, December 25.
Gourmet foods often given as hostess gifts, along with other gift items by Batoma creators and decoration items will be lined-up to offer a little something special for a festive holiday party with family and friends. We hope you stop by!Read More →
To commemorate this October’s opening of Nathalie Lete’s store Le monde de Nathalie,“From Her Atelier – the Nathalie exhibition” will make its way from Omotesando’s H.P.DECO to Fukuoka.
Over 70 original pieces that she tirelessly created between 1998 and 2015 will be exhibited and made available for purchase.
For three days from Friday, December 9 to Sunday, December 11, food and drinks will be offered in-store. We hope to see you there.Read More →
LOVE&GIFT is a gift campaign by H.P.FRANCE that launched in 2013.
The LOVE&GIFT Christmas 2016 theme ‘Happy Holiday!’ is all about the season that gathers people together and is best spent with loved ones. Around 80 H.P.FRANCE stores around Japan will propose uplifting and exciting moments perfect for the holiday season.
H.P.FRANCE is also distributing a catalog filled with special items by exclusive brands that partner with H.P.FRANCE, in all stores. The items include accessories, apparel, interior and everything that is sure to make you smile. Share happiness, say ‘thanks’ or ‘I love you’ to someone special with a perfect gift.Read More →
hpgrp GALLERY NEW YORK is pleased to announce “Tengai 3.0”, a group exhibition of Japanese artists from October 28th to November 19th, 2016. On view will be the works of seven young artists who embody the BASARA aesthetic movement founded by Hisashi Tenmyouya.
Hisashi Tenmyouya is known in Japan for his street art, which embodies samurai themes contrasted with Japanese minimalist concepts that embody zen or wabi-sabi (the Japanese aesthetic embracement of flaws) promoted by masters of the tea ceremony. In 2010 he coined the artistic concept BASARA which promotes distinctly Japanese forms of extroversion, innovation, and eccentricity, in contrast to the delicate features and genre conventions typical of “yayoi” styled Japanese culture. Controversial among academics and more conservative critics in Japan, BASARA envisions itself as a continuance of Japanese movements such as the heroic samurai characters of the Sengoju era, and eccentric Ukiyo-e painters of the Edo era, brought to contemporary art.Read More →