Farfetch x John Hardy

A peek into the new John Hardy collection, its launch party, and my epic outfit that night.

Last week, I visited the John Hardy showroom to play with their newest jewels, receive hair and makeup touchups, and get hand gem embellishments.

I was honored to be a part of this launch with Farfetch - Farfetch is selling the newest JH pieces exclusively on their site for the first two weeks...you can't snag these anywhere else!

John Hardy embodies cool, edgy sophistication. It's contemporary but not boring, and can range from glamorous to rock-and-roll without ever straying from its very specific aesthetic.

The JH showroom actually has a sick outdoor patio area, and we took advantage of golden hour up there to snap some amazing photos.

John Hardy has been based out of Bali since the 70s, working with local female artisans and teaching them life skills that will provide for them for years to come. They also give their employees the opportunity to work from home, therefore allowing for more time for family. It's a wonderful company all around. How much a brand gives back to the communities they're impacting is of utmost importance to me.

JH brought Bali to New York City. Step 1 was transporting us from the showroom to the party venue in tuk tuks! Tuk tuks are bicycle-driven carriages that are popular in Southeast Asia.

We arrived at the Night Market. Street markets are another thing that is extremely popular in Asian cultures, and John Hardy emulated this vibe indoors. Lush greenery and various stands with Balinese goods adorned the perimeter.

This was a money-free zone - instead, guests were handed coins at check-in and were given multiple options to spend the "currency", be it handwoven bags, wooden bowls and cups, bags of spices, or crystal readings.

I had such a fun and dynamic time! Thank you Farfetch and John Hardy for having me!

John Hardy necklace / John Hardy ring / Gucci belt via Farfetch / Kalda boots via Farfetch / Michael Costello dress via Revolve

See the whole Farfetch x John Hardy collection here

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