Anna Hu Haute Joaillerie is known for aesthetically unique and beautiful masterworks that blend Eastern design and European craftsmanship. Drawing from art history, literature and culture, Anna Hu Haute Joaillerie pieces are metaphorical representations of experiences, and each piece is painstakingly-crafted with the highest quality materials. Anna Hu Haute Joaillerie is featured exclusively in exquisite books titled Symphony of Jewels: Anna Hu Opus 1 & Opus 2, published in 2012 and in 2019 by Vendome Press (U.S.) and by Thames and Hudson (U.K.).
In recognition of her high level artistry and eye-catching designs, Anna and her jewelry creations have been featured in various international publications such as Wall Street Journal, W, Vogue, The New York Times, ELLE, Robb Report, InStyle, The Financial Times and Town & Country, among others. In addition, our jewelry pieces were used in the biographical film, W.E., an Academy Award nominee for Best Costume Design, and have also been worn by celebrities, including Modanna, Scarlett Johansson, Drew Barrymore, Hilary Swank, Oprah Winfrey, Naomi Watts, the Queen of Bhutan, Gwyneth Paltrow, Uma Thurman, Emily Blunt, and Natalie Portman.
Given the brand’s distinguished reputation, Anna Hu was honored in 2012 with a solo exhibition at the Louvre’s Musee des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, France, and Anna Hu Haute Joaillerie pieces have been sold at the prestigious Christie’s auction house at record-breaking prices, which no one could surpass since then. In 2017, ANNA HU has been exclusively selected by Christie’s as the first-ever contemporary jewelry artist to have solo exhibition at its London headquarter while making its debut at La Biennale Paris as the youngest Asian female jewelry artist. In 2018, its CHINA RED Magpie Brooch was further included into the permanent collection of The State Historical Museum in Moscow Kremlin and ANNA HU has also become the first Chinese jewelry artist invited to the official Haute Couture Week by Fédération Français de la Haute Couture et de la Mode.