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John Hardy Enters the U.S. Retail Market With a Store in Texas

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Bali-based company touts its ‘sustainable luxury’ ethos.

Jewelry firm John Hardy will open its first U.S. boutique in Houston, PaperCity reports. According to the article, the company, which touts its “sustainable luxury” philosophy, is based in Bali, Indonesia. John Hardy employs hundreds of Balinese artists and craftsmen to fashion its pieces, which are made of recycled gold and silver. The Houston outlet will open in the River Oaks District, alongside stores like Dior, Tom Ford and Cartier. A second U.S. store will open later this year in New York City.

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