While John Hardy jewelry might be best known for its idyllic bamboo workshop in the foothills of Bali, the brand has announced the launch of a slew of sparkling new boutiques across Asia. In Hong Kong’s Landmark mall, the brand’s boutique has relocated to the second floor and has expanded its interiors. In Bali’s the Mulia Resort, a new 140-square-meter flagship space complements the hotel’s opulent design. Both spaces draw on signature John Hardy design themes, showcasing classic chain motifs amid custom-made carpet and bamboo displays. The boutiques also feature hand-applied gold and silver foil on the walls with furniture accented with eel and stingray leather. Creative director Guy Bedarida even selected crystals and natural stones acquired during his travels to accentuate displays. Manila and Singapore also welcome two new John Hardy shops within Rustan’s and Tangs department stores respectively. Additionally, the jeweler has launched a special Naga Collection sourcing golden pearls from Lombok set in bands and chains designed like the mythical nagas. The golden pearls are part of a larger social responsibility partnership with John Hardy acting as a sustainability mentor to local Lombok pearl farmers. Sold exclusively at the Mulia Resort, the new collection gives John Hardy fanatics one more reason to stop by the newly-opened shop.
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