New York based fragrance house Joya has opened its first flagship location to the public this month. Located in a large, entirely retrofitted 19th Century rigging garage on Vanderbilt Avenue in Clinton Hill, Joya establishes Brooklyn’s first industrial perfumery. Indeed, the facility houses the company’s key operations, including candle, soap and ceramic production, small batch perfume and diffuser blending, as well as a gallery and concept shop.
“We are presently in soft launch phase,” said Joya founder, Frederick Bouchardy. “The flagship is not only retail, this is also a genuine cultural initiative and community engagement destination.”
The concept shop highlights Joya’s own core collections and limited editions, shop exclusive fragrances and innovations, and lifestyle products from around that world that complement Joya’s vision, including items by 10 Corso Como, Claude Galien, Calepino, Pendleton Woolen Mills, Fog Linen Work, Steidl, Abrams Books, Morris Kitchen, Malin + Goetz, Apothecanna, Le Baigneur, Inventory, Tunica, Sarah Cihat, Geoffrey Young, Mungo Murphy Seaweed - along with a filtered drip coffee station featuring Parlor Coffee - and more.
Once fully operational, Joya will commence tours, workshops, salons, masterclasses with visiting perfumers, art installations of all kinds and bespoke consultations.
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