The Festive Season is just one reason for celebration at the JOYCE Harbour City store this December. Unveiling a newly designed space with brand new interiors by renowned Italian interior luminary Paola Navone, the Harbour City store has created a fresh new space that inspires curiosity.
To get there, visitors are invited to follow the animated signs and installations by renowned Canadian artist Nicolas Ménard. For this project, the artist was commissioned to create a lively procession of figures dressed in iconic pieces by designers and friends of JOYCE. Wearing full looks by Marine Serre, Jacquemus, Thom Browne, Sacai, Oscar De La Renta and Dries Van Noten, these chic figures lead the way to the entrance of the relocated store.
Entering the front doors, it is clear that the avant-garde Italian architect Paola Navone has had a hand in the interior design. Incorporating her signature Tham Ma Da (Thai for “everyday”) approach, she has combined seemingly everyday materials with exciting new concepts to create a flexible utilitarian space.
To mark the Festive Season, the newly relocated JOYCE Harbour City store exhibits the work of Noemie Chaillet-Piquand, also known as Nochapiq, who brings everyday objects to the table with a twist. The renowned French artist presents her signature contemporary art pieces created by wrapping furniture and tools in rare antique Bolduc ribbons from luxury fashion houses.
The JOYCE Beauty counter is located at the store’s main entrance, and blends the rawness of industrial brushed stainless steel with the gentle finesse of Chinese ink strokes. Four highlighting shelves will be updated every month to showcase JOYCE Beauty’s latest launches and recommendations, including collections by Surratt and Floraiku – currently available in selected stores only.