The latest collection by Simone Edition Poshette, the glamorous and witty Paris-based leather goods brand designed by two sisters, will arrive in Bazar et Garde-Manger. We hope you come in to find your perfect wallet or clutch.
From Friday, August 4, 2017~
New York, July 31th, 2017 – hpgrp GALLERY NEW YORK is pleased to announce ‘Love & Obsession’, features the works of Japanese artists Tadahiro Gunji and Fantasista Utamaro. From the aesthetics of ancient paintings to high-context Anime culture, they easily cross over the boundaries. The opening reception with the artists will be held on Friday, August 18th, 2017.Read More →
As they do every year, Kioku H.P.FRANCE will kick-off the Autumn Winter season with Belgium jewelry duo WOUTERS & HENDRIX’s new collection. This season’s collection themed “The Collection Curators” is filled with unforgettable pieces that will encourage you to become your own collection curator by finding items you love and collecting by your own rules. We hope you come see this collection which is available in stores along with new collections by other artists.Read More →
From July 14, D-due’s Autumn/Winter 2017 Collection will arrive in stores. Italian artist Georgio Morandi is the theme of the latest collection, which uses D-due’s perfected hand-painting and patchwork skills to recreate the layered lines and pottery motifs of his paintings. The line-up contains D-due’s unique classic and rustic yet elegant pieces. We hope you come experience the world of D-due in stores.Read More →
The io Autumn/Winter 2017 Collection has arrived in io H.P.FRANCE stores. This season’s ‘harbor’ theme features the MISHA series which mixes an airy translucent cotton jacquard with delicate french lace. We hope to see you in stores!
July 8, 2017 ~
French brand JACQUES LE CORRE has continued to exceed expectations every season by balancing basic simplicity with creative colors and textures. This season’s collection was inspired by the diverse and free-spirited Castro Street, in the colorful city of San Fransisco where European and American cultures entwine.
Friday, July 7, 2017 – Thursday, August 10, 2017
The Lamp harajuku window display for July has been created by Yuko Kanatani. The display’s underlying theme is July’s tanabata festival, and the store will offer products related to the display.
Through the cellophane, the sun is blue
A rainbow of blurred ink
Scraps of organdy sewn together, hang from the heavens
Yellow feathers on the tips make them twirl around
Tying on wishes with candy wrappers
The milky way flutters with the wind
Bamboo leaves brightly shining
To commemorate the 25th anniversary of April Vase, the debut piece and representative work of french brand Tsé & Tsé associées, artists close to the designer Catherine Lévy et Sigolène Prébois have created pieces under a ‘April Vase’ theme.
The works by these famous artists will be on display, and two special ‘April Vase’ pieces will be available to purchase for a limited time.
The two designers will also visit Japan to attend the opening event, which will be filled with flowers, entertain by live performances and offer flowers selected by the artists themselves for purchase. We hope to see you there!
Thursday, June 22, 2017 – Thursday, July 6, 2017, 11am to 7:30pm
Tsukikageya’s hand-sewn and hand-dyed yukata collection will be displayed and sold at Fukuoka’s H.P.DECO kokishin no kobeya again this year, for a limited time only.
The latest collection themed “orehatsu, tenshi (anoko) yuki” is a glam-punk collection with a biker gang-vibe!
We hope you visit us in Fukuoka to see Tsukikageya take over H.P.DECO kokishin no kobeya.
* Tsukikageya’s owner Natsuki Shigeta will be at the location for three days from Friday, June 2 to Sunday, June 4.Read More →
Introducing a new artist every month, lamp harajuku WINDOW features Shiho Ukaji this June.
The exhibition title is a rearrangement of “Scrap & Build, Girls!”, a phrase created as a chant to call out to women (as well as men and those who conform to neither gender), to scrap whatever should be destroyed and build themselves up again (leaving whatever should remain untouched). This is what opens the doors to freedom.
Born in Osaka, Ukaji graduated from Kyoto City University of Arts (BA in Fine Arts / fresco painting). She is a modern artist, accessories designer under the brand Fool’s journey, and a musician. Ukaji creates ‘tools for people to express themselves’, with her work ranging from artwork to interior, fashion and accessories. Her pieces are somewhere in between art, fashion and interior genres, as she views paintings ‘to be worn as clothes’ or ‘to be worn on walls’. In 2016, Ukaji produced “concept room No. 666” at the HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO in Kyoto.