Just One Eye is a concept boutique and fine art gallery that was dreamed up and co-founded by Paola Russo, the former fashion director at Maxfield. The 5,000-square-foot Hollywood shop is located at the former headquarters of Howard Hughes’ aviation empire. There, Russo and her silent partners are dedicated to fusing the worlds of fine art and fashion. The company has collaborated with a handful of revered artists and organizations, including Venice artist Ed Rushca, new-pop artist Nate Lowman, and the Museum of Contemporary Art.
They sell pieces for the home, men’s and women’s clothing, art objects, jewelry, and antiques. Everything in the store has been meticulously selected. Antiquated, psychedelic crystal paperweights by Saint Louis sit next to new pieces by The Row and cases of pavé diamond jewelry. You’ll stumble upon things like a Damient Hirst X Just One Eye X The Row backpack, made of Nile crocodile and on sale for $55,000. The shop has an extensive art book collection, including hard-to-find editions like the printed retrospective of Donald Judd’s furniture, which goes for $3,500. There’s even a Just One Eye exclusive survival kit complete with a cashmere blanket and a night vision monocle.
Starting this Friday, Just One Eye is offering marked down women’s and men’s apparel, accessories, footwear, jewelry, and more. Our tip: Make your way to the manor this week. Highly-coveted items from Proenza Schouler, Valentino, Chloé, Yohji Yamamoto, Pierre Hardy, and Thomas Wylde are sure to go quickly.
The sale will run for two weeks, and the store is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.