On January 12, D-due will launch the first of the brand’s 2018 S/S Collection in D-due H.P.FRANCE. This season’s theme “Paradise in an island” is an expression of six fantasy islands in a surreal D-due world. The first island is named “Eternal Summer”, and the pieces elegantly use bright sunshine yellow textiles and sheer organdy as an expression of eternally bright summer days. We hope you enjoy the collection!
Friday, January 12, 2018 ~
goldie H.P.FRANCE will feature French porcelain accessories brand nach and their popular cat motif items. The adorable faces of these animals combined with the texture of the porcelain and simplicity of the hand-drawn touches has driven the brand’s popularity.
This will be the first winter fair for the brand, which is titled “Folle de chat!” and features their popular cat (chat) collection. The character of each cat ranges from cute to lazy but are all very real, and the collection will have you “Folle de chat!” or crazy for cats.
The nach brand beautifully captures the unexpected expressions, movements and natural cuteness of cats with each item. The fair will also feature special items created in collaboration with goldie H.P.FRANCE.
*Please note, special items will not be available for pre-order.
During the fair, customers who purchase nach items over 20,000 yen (excl. tax) will receive a tote bag drawn by the designer. (Only while supplies last.)
From Friday, January 12, 2018
“THE HAPPIEST FINGER ON EARTH”
Thursday, Jan. 4 – Monday, Jan. 8 at Marunouchi
Thursday, Jan. 11 – Tuesday, Jan. 16 at Shinjuku / Osaka
Friday, Jan. 19 – Wednesday, Jan. 24 at Ginza / Fukuoka
Wednesday, Feb. 7 – Tuesday, Feb. 12 at Omotesando / Umeda
Wednesday, Feb. 21 – Sunday, Feb. 25 at Nagoya
Carolina Bucci’s latest collection Florentine which embodies a unique presence and sparkle, will be offered along with natural stones and the brand’s signature collections that weaves18 karat gold and silk into a tassel-like designs. We look forward to seeing you in stores.
Born into a family of jewelers, the designer was surrounded by jewelry-makers growing up. Using an old weaving technique used in Florence, she weaved silk and 18 karat gold to create her ‘Woven’ collection and others which are all delicate statement pieces. Her friendship bracelets with dangling charms are adorn all around the world.
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From December 23 to January 7, embroidery artist ma.macaron’s “Wall decoration” and other works will be on display for purchase at H.P.DECO koukishin no kobeya Futakotamagawa. We hope you take this opportunity to see her macaron-like embroidered pieces designed with unique motifs and hundreds of colors.
Saturday, December 23, 2017 – Sunday, January 7, 2018
H.P.DECO koukishin no kobeya Futakotamagawa
Paris-based artist Nathalie Lete and Fukushima’s traditional crafts producer Shirakawa Daruma has collaborated to create five special darumas. Orders will be accepted at Le monde de Nathalie and Usagi pour toi stores. Make your wishes for a prosperous Spring with a Nathalie Daruma!
Friday, December 15 – Saturday, December 30, 2017
H.P.FRANCE BIJOUX will host a Christmas Marriage Fair from December 6 to 24. The fair will feature the engagement collection by British jewelry brand Sweat Pea.
Customers who purchase a ring during the event, will receive a Christmas swag (while supplies last / promotion not available at the Nagoya store).
A special swag was created for the Christmas Marriage Fair by the multi-genre flower decorator tsuki’s Yukari Fukuhara. Customers who make a purchase at Shinjuku Takashimaya’s 2F event space on December 9 or 10 will receive a swag specially designed by Ms. Fukuhara. The event will be by appointments only. Please ask the Shinjuku store for more details. We hope you come stop by!
Saturday, December 9 – Sunday, December 24, 2017
goldie H.P.FRANCE Hakata will be reopening on the accessories floor of Hakata Hankyu (3F) on Wednesday, November 22. The new space has a calming feel, similar to that of a library, and is filled with items by European creators, each with their own story. To celebrate the reopening, Aprosio & Co’s limited edition accessories will available for purchase in-store from the same day. We hope to see you there!
*Limited edition items will be offered while supplies last
Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Siobhan O’Neill handcrafts fine jewelry from 18k gold, diamonds, pearls and colored gemstones. Influenced by the fashion and music of 1970’s London punk scene, Hollywood stars of the 1940’s and 50’s and the glamour of haute couture, she began creating unique designs for rising stars John Galliano and Alexander McQueen. In 1991 she established Sweet Pea, soon after opening her Primrose Hill workshop and boutique. With an understated chic, Sweet Pea creates timeless jewelry with a twist of couture.
November 17th Friday & 18th Saturday, 2017
Meet the designer, Siobhan O’Neill November 18th Saturday, 2017 3-7pm
98 Christopher Street
New York, NY 10014
November 15th – December 29th
Wednesday, November 15th, 6-9pm in conjunction with Tribeca Art Night #6
at 434 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10014
hpgrp GALLERY NEW YORK is pleased to announce the opening of “Aging Painting” by Takahiro Yamamoto . New York based Japanese artist Takahiro Yamamoto will exhibits his latest super-realistic oil painting series “Aging Painting”.
The opening reception with the artist will be held on Wednesday, November 15th, 2017, in conjunction with Tribeca Art Night #6
Throughout his work, Yamamoto has focused on themes of replicative techniques and the environments that foster them. His series, Re:view, investigates the difficulty of identifying what is original versus what is reproduced in today’s context, while his series, Where the artificial stops and the real starts, builds on that concept to demonstrate the fragility of the very term “originality.”
According to Yamamoto, the increasing abundance of replicative technology has already negated our ability to compare originals and reproductions. In spite of this, an original continues to hold much more value than its duplicate. The word “original” continues to evoke concepts of uniqueness or singularity — concepts which are generally accepted as incompatible with reproductions.