HaaT began in 2000 as a brand imagined from textiles.
The concept is three similar-sounding words. The first is “haat”, the word for village markets in Sanskrit. This reflects the way HaaT is transcending borders and bringing together a wide range of technology, materials and esthetics. The second is “heart” in English, reflecting the loving care poured into the high-quality textiles developed in Japan and the techniques that have been developed over a long period of time. The third is “haath”, Hindi for “hands”, which reflects the combination of Japanese design and top quality Indian craftsmanship. ISSEY MIYAKE’s former textile director Makiko Minagawa is the creative director, working to produce long-lasting clothes and accessories with a handcrafted touch.
HaaT / AOYAMA
HaaT’s flagship store, combining a range of techniques, materials and esthetics that transcends borders. Designed by Tokujin Yoshioka, the space brings together organic beauty and materials made through industrial processes, creating an alluring contrast.
4-21-29 Minamiaoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Opening Hours 11:00-19:00
*To prevent the spread of COVID-19, the opening hours is changed.
ISSEY MIYAKE / NEW YORK
A flagship store carrying multiple brands from ISSEY MIYAKE INC. on Hudson Street, New York, with the iconic Tribeca neighborhood as a backdrop. The store is designed by international architect Frank Gehry, with dynamic sculptures he created especially for this space.
119 Hudson St., New York, NY 10013
ISSEY MIYAKE / LONDON 10 BROOK
A flagship store carrying multiple brands from ISSEY MIYAKE INC. on Brook Street in Mayfair, London. Space designer Tokujin Yoshioka restored a former bank to its original structure, leaving the old beams, walls and some of the textures and contrasting them with blue dyed aluminum to create a store where history meets the future.
10 Brook Street, London, W1S 1BG
Monday-Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 10:00-18:00
ISSEY MIYAKE / ZURICH
A flagship store carrying multiple brands from ISSEY MIYAKE INC. in Münsterhof, a town square in the historical center of Zürich. It is located in a historic building dating back to the 13th century, with a clear blue-based space designed by Tokujin Yoshioka. History meets the future, with the texture of the long-aged walls contrasting with aluminum that symbolizes the future.
Münsterhof 12, 8001 Zürich