At H.P.FRANCE, there are cities we feel deep connections with.
The beautiful city of PARIS is the city that we have encountered many creators and that has taught us the essence of “creations”.
The energetic city of NEW YORK is where you can always discover the latest ‘lifestyle’ trends and new potential or concepts within the art market.
“GO AROUND NEW YORK” introduces this wonderful city where various tastes come together with creators who love NY or NY creators who we have met.
Each area in New York features its own culture and community. We have selected various areas to introduce the cutting-edge NY culture through H.P.FRANCE BIJOUX jewelry that have been inspired by New York.
■ Wednesday, May 8 to Tuesday, May 14
Hankyu Umeda Main Store 1F Promotion Space 11 Pop-up Store
■ Saturday, May 18 to Friday, May 31
H.P.FRANCE BIJOUX Marunouchi, Omotesando, Ginza, Osaka, Umeda, Fukuoka
■ Wednesday, May 29 to Tuesday, June 4
Takashimaya Osaka 2F Special Corner by center escalator Pop-up Store
■ Wednesday, June 5 to Tuesday, June 11
Takashimaya Shinjuku 2F Swing Square Pop-up Store
Kobe has developed as a seaport city since ancient times. The city has accepted a variety of cultures while carefully protecting “the origins of modernity” and conveys it to the present. It is a city that has created its own culture and traditions through its capacity.
This spring, H.P.FRANCE launched its second store in Kobe following h.p.boutique.
“Creation enriches lives” is one of the key thoughts entrusted into the new store. The company hopes that H.P.FRANCE—a Decorative Arts Museum—becomes a place to share ideas with the world. Mathilde Labrouche is one of the creators who supported this project. She visited Kobe for the first time in November 2018.
The “Kobe” she felt there was different from the “Kobe” she visioned in France where she lives. It was a city with a strong sense of tradition—in contrast to the modern image of Japan—that is current in its own way.
With her aesthetic love for old-fashioned things, Mathilde was fascinated by Kobe’s diversity which embraces a sense of nostalgia. Like a kaleidoscope, her pieces change expressions with the images that emerge. Mirrors that each convey aspects of “aging”, repeat alignment and reflection to create a fantastical world. That is exactly the “Alice in Wonderland” that Mathilde envisions—a fantastical and nostalgic world.Read More →
We will unveil the D-due 2019 spring/summer collection at nationwide stores carrying the brand. The spring/summer collection is based on the Virgen del Carmen Festival, a day of worship for the patron of the sea, held in Galicia, Spain in July every year. The four events that take place on the day of celebration were used as inspiration in creating the collection.
On Friday, January 18, new pieces based on “Misa” where special clothes are worn for praying at church, a tradition that starts off the festivities and has been followed for generations, will arrive in-store. We hope you enjoy D-due’s elegant but playful style which embraces the traditional culture of Galicia.
Friday, January 18, 2019
Exclusive By H.P.FRANCE> Nagoya
Exclusive By H.P.FRANCE> Umeda
H.P.FRANCE BIJOUX Fukuoka
H.P.FRANCE Boutique Hiroshima
Usagi pour toi Osaka
H.P.DECO Koukishin no Kobeya Futakotamagawa
H.P.DECO Koukishin no Kobeya Yokohama
H.P.DECO Koukishin no Kobeya No.1
SINA SUIEN 2019 Spring/Summer “Survival”
Lamp harajuku’s 1st floor window display will feature an installation based on a fictional story where floral vinyl umbrellas are used as weapons, designed by Yumiko Arimoto.
SINA SUIEN will take over the store’s 1st floor for three days from Friday, January 18 to Sunday, January 20. Items from the archive collection will be available along with new pieces from the Survival collection.
Friday, January 18 – Thursday, January 31, 2019
4-28-15 Jingumae, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo, 150-0001, JAPAN
Tramando SS19 Pre-Collection will launch under the theme “LIQUID”. The results of various experiments relating to the state of liquid and the potential of color were used as inspiration for this collection. Expressions of brush strokes and the silhouette of liquid spills. Vivid color combined with glossy ink texture heightens expectations of a new season. Items include tops for layering and outerwear, perfect for this season.
Friday, December 21, 2018 – Thursday, January 24, 2019
Venue: Destination Tokyo
B2F, LUMINE EST., 3-38-1 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo, 160-0022, JAPAN
Satomi Kawakita – Jewelry
Satomi Kawakita is drawn to the creative process. Inspired by her mother, a dressmaker she followed a creative path to jewelry design, became a master diamond setter, and launched her collection in NYC in 2008. Enchanted by the natural mystique of precious gemstones and metals, she expresses her unique sense of beauty and impeccable craftsmanship in every piece.
Please contact us for bridal order consultation.
Kim Austin began her small letterpress and design studio Austin Press on Pier 70 in San Francisco surrounded by the industrial maritime past and contemporary artisans. Her aesthetic is informed by rare books, turn of the century ephemera, or any curious, object that conveys a sense of beauty. Inspired by the craftsmanship of days gone by, AP prints all pieces on a 19th century letterpress.
Aromatically nuanced candles made with soy, coconut, and bee’s wax, natural essential oils, and fine perfume. Poured into recycled glass vessels, with cotton wicks, and letterpressed art.
hirondelle et pépin – diamond necklace collection
Hirondelle comes from the word swallow in French. The brand name is inspired by the Oscar Wilde story The Happy Prince that tells the tale of a selfless swallow carrying gold and jewels to the poor lifted from the gold-leafed statue of a prince. Creating delicate jewelry from 18 karat gold and diamonds, Hirondelle et Pépin is beautiful fine jewelry adored by women the world-over for its heirloom-like quality and timeless style.
Now our favorite diamond necklace collection are in-store for holidays.
98 Christopher Street, New York, NY, 10014
D-due’s 2019 Spring Summer collection takes inspiration from the Virgen del Carmen Festival, a day of worship for the patron of the sea. From the collection, new pieces of the classic, dignified and conceptually finished “In Blue” series—which uses deep navy and white as the Atlantic Ocean by the brand’s hometown of Galicia, Spain—has arrived.
Friday, December 7, 2018
3-7-10 Kita-Aoyama, Minato-Ku, Tokyo, 107-0061, JAPAN
Exclusive By H.P.FRANCE – Nagoya
JR Nagoya Takashimaya., 4F, 1-1-4, Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya-shi Aichi, 450-6001 JAPAN
Exclusive By H.P.FRANCE – Umeda
5F Daimaru Umeda., 3-1-1, Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka, 530-8202 JAPAN
H.P.FRANCE Boutique – Fukuoka
1F, IMS., Tenjin, Chuou-Ku, Fukuoka-Shi, Fukuoka, 810-0001, JAPAN
Usagi pour toi H.P.FRANCE – Osaka
1F, EST., 3-25 Kakuta-Chou, Kita-Ku, Osaka-Shi, Osaka, 530-0017, JAPAN
H.P.DECO Koukishin no Kobeya – Futakotamagawa
4F, Minami-kan, Tamagawa Takashimaya S・C., 3-17-1 Tamagawa, Setagaya-Ku, Tokyo, 158-0094, JAPAN
H.P.DECO Koukishin no Kobeya – No.1
2F Namba Parks., 2-10-70, Nanbanaka, Naniwa-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka, 556-0011 JAPAN
1F, Shin-Marunouchi Bldg., 1-5-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo, 100-6501, JAPAN
H.P.FRANCE Boutique – HiroshimaRead More →
A diamond and star themed pop-up store will open, focusing on jewelry for that special someone, such as bridal rings symbolizing eternal vows. Mini wreaths matching the jewelry will be presented to each customer purchasing on Saturday, December 8 and Sunday, December 9.
Wednesday, December 5, 2018 – Tuesday, December 11, 2018
H.P.FRANCE BIJOUX – Shinjuku
2F, Shinjuku Takashimaya., 5-24-2 Sendagaya, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo, 151-8580, JAPAN
Kimberlin Brown Holiday Trunk Show
Date: Saturday, December 1 to Monday, December 3, 2018
Meet the designer, Kimberlin Brown on Saturday, December 1, 2018, 3-7pm.
Classically trained artist and fine jeweler Kimberlin Brown is drawn to the beauty in nature; her passion is revealed through the organic shapes and rare gemstones used in her designs. “From the shimmering sea below to the starry galaxies above, my jewelry embodies a reverence for natural aesthetics. ”
Tura Sugden Holiday Trunk Show
Date: Saturday, December 1 to Friday, December 7, 2018
Meet the designer, Tura Sugden on Friday, December 7, 2 018, 3-7pm
The landscape of San Francisco is where Tura Sugden collects and cultivates ideas for her distinct collection. Every element of every intricate piece is made by hand following ancient techniques using recycled gold, ethical diamonds and natural gemstones. A deep respect for tradition and a profoundly modern aesthetic guide her point of view.
Diana Mitchell Holiday Trunk Show
Meet the designer, Diana Mitchell on Saturday, December 8, 2018, 3-7pm
A Brooklyn based jewelry designer, Diana Mitchell handcrafts jewelry using recycled 18k gold and a range of bright white, champagne, and grey diamonds. With degrees in architecture and jewelry design, she began practicing as a fine jeweler for high-end houses in New York City before launching her own brand. Her collection is characterized by pure and balanced silhouettes – classic in form, with a distinct femininity.
Mary MacGill Holiday Trunk Show
Meet the designer, Mary MacGill on Thursday, December 13, 2018, 3-7pm
Mary MacGill is a New York and Block Island – based designer working in gold and semi-precious stones. Her minimalist style finds root in the evolving shorelines of the American Northeast. Hammered imperfections and suspended forms are the foundations of her fine jewelry collection.
98 Christopher Street, New York, NY, 10014
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