Welcome to Just One Eye. Using innovative motion control techniques to explore our unique retail and e-commerce space, this film is the first in a series of three, each focusing on the multiple facets that make up Just One Eye.
The first film explores our home and headquarters. Los Angeles is a city that defies expectation. Equal parts concrete sprawl, and coyote wilderness, celebrity glitz and edgy innovation, it is a place that embraces opposites. Just One Eye takes inspiration from its hometown’s contradictions.
Howard Hughes Headquarters in Hollywood is a block long Art Deco structure, where the infamous playboy/tycoon ran his film and aeronautics empire. Today, the Hughes building houses Just One Eye’s retail and event space, showrooms and the offices of its e-commerce site, JustOneEye.com.
Wandering through Hughes’ noir labyrinth, we catch a glimpse inside our central showroom, where fine jewelry and antiques are featured alongside fashions from Paco Rabanne, Valentino and Rodarte, and artwork from Damien Hirst and Murakami.
We also explore our creative collaborations, such as Pop Art legend Ed Ruscha’s exclusive online digital piece, and our in-house atelier created for, and designed in conjunction with, jewelry designers HOORSENBUHS.