Los Angeles-based fine jewelry and lifestyle brand Hoorsenbuhs opened its first overseas store at the Ginza Six mall in Tokyo, Japan on Friday, March 5th.
The 1,050 square foot space in Tokyo comes to life through the eyes of founder Robert Keith. For the store, Keith designed custom chairs, tables, lights, and jewelry cases featuring the brand’s signature tri-link chain motif. Artist Damien Hirst is among the brand’s most notable collectors and collaborators. Celebrity fans of the largely-unisex handmade jewelry collection include Brad Pitt, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Lenny Kravitz.
To celebrate the opening, the brand will offer exclusive, one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry, apparel, eyewear, and lifestyle goods at the new boutique.
“We’ve built a very strong and successful retail business in Japan, since our first partnership in 2011, including Ron Herman, Umeda Hankyu, and Isetan,” said Kether Parker, brand director. “The opening of our first Hoorsenbuhs store at G6 will be a destination for our extremely loyal customer base to discover and immerse themselves in all things Hoorsenbuhs.”