Gabriela Hearst opens its first store and flagship on the West Coast at the Beverly Wilshire, in Beverly Hills, California. The store is located along the street front of the prominent hotel, at the intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Rodeo Drive. You can visit the store at 9502 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, California 90212.
"I have long been an admirer of Gabriela’s work, and her commitment to designing with care for the environment. The new L.A. store reflects the label’s sustainable approach, with hand-crafted elements, a refined palette of high-quality materials, and bespoke furniture that is made from fallen Los Angeles Sycamore.” – Norman Foster, Founder and Executive Chairman, Foster + Partners
“This project has been an incredible journey. It’s the culmination of our collaboration with Gabi, Foster + Partners and Dusk over the past twelvemonths. Starting from photos of Gabriela's childhood home to the creation of this space was symbiotic from the start as Gabriela Hearst’s vision is aligned with our love for wood and craftsmanship. This store holds a special place inour hearts as it has cemented our desire to create Gavron Dumas Studio. As young artists, we want to thank Gabi for believing in us.” – Antoine Dumas and Benji Gavron, Gavron Dumas Studio
“The immense gratitude to once again have the opportunity to work with a master like Sir Norman Foster, a pioneer in sustainability, design and architecture that doesn't compromise beauty, intelligence and timeless quality.The joy of seeing the remarkable talent of Antoine and Benji from Gavron Dumas Studio bloom to heights never imagined, successfully exploring their creativity with the values of reclaimed, local and craft. This is not a store, it's a home for us, which was done by many hands that believe beauty is intrinsic to the soul but with the respect of our fellow human and mother Nature. It is the true result of collaborative work. Of everybody having a say and being respected for their talent and knowhow. What you get is excellence, I couldn't be more proud.” – Gabriela Hearst