Ahkah jewelry is expressed with purity, refinement, and intimacy. Since its establishment in 1997, Ahkah has been loved over generations and time as the fashion jewelry pioneer that integrated artistic expression and fashion sensibility. It enabled attractive and rich coordination according to scenes, such as layered styling which is a pillar of the brand.
Layers, textures and muted colours form the foundations of Bora Aksu, the namesake label of its London-based Turkish founder and designer, Bora Aksu. The brand’s collections comprise equal parts romanticism and a refined yet modern aesthetic.
Known for its dreamy gowns, Bora Aksu’s pieces will be sure to please any fashionista. So head down to their newly-opened boutique at Paragon.
For his contributions to the British fashion industry, Bora Aksu has received the royal nod of approval from Queen Elizabeth II.
Founded in 1975, Giorgio Armani has become world famous for its unique and unmistakable image, as well as its clean, sophisticated designs, complete with superior quality materials and timeless elegance; these elements have been associated with the brand since its launch.
AKINN is a fashion label that takes inspiration from the stories of individuals and the industry at large with every collection. By combining exceptional craftsmanship, timeless design, and inspiring stories, AKINN aims to cultivate responsible consumption with apparels to go beyond trends or seasons.
Looking ahead, their vision is to build a collaborative design platform that goes beyond fashion. They hope to bring together Singapore-based creatives and craftsmen from other design disciplines to co-create exquisite pieces that befit the sophisticated tastes of design-savvy individuals.
AKINN is the brainchild of Wykidd Song, a renowned Singapore designer most known for co-founding fashion label Song+Kelly, the first Singapore RTW brand sold internationally (Harrods, Selfridges, Barneys New York, and more). Wykidd’s impressive portfolio includes menswear design, as well as successful roles as design director for various brands across the region.
Style Theory is a popular online subscription-based fashion rental service and their very first flagship store is now open for business at 313@Somerset!
For many of their subscribers and non-subscribers alike, the opening of their flagship store creates the perfect opportunity to see and try their collection in person, and rent them on the spot.
Wardrobe full of clothes, yet nothing to wear? Welcome to a new way of life.
With Style Theory, you have the freedom to wear unlimited designer styles without the commitment of owning them. Discover new favourites and surprise yourself. It's as easy as Rent, Wear, Swap.
1. Rent 3 styles at a time.
2. They’ll arrive dry-cleaned, pressed and ready to wear!
3. Ready for the next 3 styles? Schedule a pick-up.
The 313@Somerset space will serve as a collection and return point, reducing processing time between each box as subscribers can enjoy new outfits and bags right away, or choose their next selection on the app immediately upon return. Find out more from their official website here or visit their concept store today.
Paul Smith is Britain’s foremost designer. He is renowned for his creative spirit, which combines tradition and modernity. Famous for its clothing and accessories collections, Paul Smith specialises in an inventive use of traditional craftsmanship and cutting-edge design to create beautifully made, desirable, modern pieces. Visit Paul Smth's newest boutique which is now open at Marina Bay Sands.
Paul Smith is a tastemaker – a leader of British and international design trends. With an enthusiasm for eclectic cultural references and idiosyncratic combinations of pattern and colour, applied with understatement, Paul Smith expresses a truly contemporary aesthetic.
Paul’s saying, that ‘you can find inspiration in everything’, means that references are eclectic, coming from high art and everyday life. Each Paul Smith design is underpinned by a dry British sense of humour: quirky but not frivolous, eccentric but not silly. Happily positioned between high fashion and formalwear, while taking reference from both, Paul Smith has always been proud to stand apart.
Roche Bobois, the French worldwide leading brand in design and distribution of high-end furniture has proudly announced the grand opening of its Singapore showroom with a brand-new design concept. The new showroom spans over 5,300 square-feet and features an expansive floor-to-ceiling window to frame the beautiful selection of Roche Bobois’s best collections in a dynamic space; this elegant showroom opening also marks another milestone in the brand's significant expansion in the Asia-Pacific region.
Located at ground level of Boon Siew Building along Bukit Timah Road, the Roche Bobois Singapore Showroom possesses a wide store front to entice passers-by to peek into its luxe interior, which from a distance resembles a jewel box.
The new showroom of Singapore enjoys an incredibly large window that brings visibility and light to the showroom. The focus is indeed to highlight that advantage, and thanks to a mirror illusion, they have created a double exposure that makes the showroom look bigger. Inspiration has been found in the green space in the surroundings. The illusion of an outdoor space within the showroom has been created, giving the impression that indoor and outdoor spaces are a single and same place. The light wood flooring is chosen to go with that peaceful indoor garden ambiance and highlight the gorgeous green wall. While the geometric indoor partition creates an open space, the dark walls disappear to leave the eye attracted by the light, creating depth in the showroom.
Roche Bobois is a ‘story of people’, a ‘family saga’ which is still continuing with descendants of the founders acting as today’scompany directors. It all began with the fateful meeting of two families, the Roches, a family from France with a successful family furniture business since the 1800s, and the Chouchans, immigrants from Russia who in 1950 opened their own furniture showroom in Paris called ‘Au Beau Bois’ (‘beautiful wood’) - a brand name which would later evolve into ‘Bobois’.
Together, they formed a bond with a mission to offer customers high-quality and innovative designs relevant to the time. By theearly 60’s, they had already designed their first collection together. The first Roche Bobois showroom, designed by the visionary architect and designer Pierre Paulin, was opened at the same time on the Boulevard Saint-Germain.
Today, Roche Bobois has more than 265 showrooms in over 55 countries, a true mark of its ambitious, accelerated programme of international growth. After 17 new stores opened in 2017, this growth has continued in 2018 in vibrant cities such as HanoÃ¯, Washington, Tokyo and San Diego among others.
With a growing presence all over the world, Roche Bobois embodies the full diversity of French design. Thanks to its long-established network of European manufacturers and fruitful relationships with talented designers (such as Marcel Wanders, Kenzo Takada, Ora Ito among others) and also with prestigious fashion houses (e.g. Jean Paul Gaultier, Missoni Home), the brand has risen to the challenge of achieving an international presence by offering every client a personalised approach to home design and decor.
Marcelo Burlon is the creative mastermind behind Milan-based fashion label Marcelo Burlon Country of Milan The brand takes inspiration from the Patagonia region and '90s club culture.
A cultural wanderer, jack of many trades and all-around mover ‘n shaker, Marcelo Burlon epitomizes a defining quality of modernity: he is, metaphorically speaking, liquid. Officially based in Milan but actually spending most of his time on planes, Marcelo trots around the globe as a much sought-after party organizer, DJ, creative director, photographer, nightlife wizard and much more. Just as he ignores geographical borders, Marcelo’s ebullient creativity keeps pushing boundaries. His oeuvre is an endlessly morphing monument to the power of contamination. And it really comes as no surprise for this wunderkind, who arrived in Italy from Patagonia and took over fashionable Milan, before setting off to conquer the whole world. Wherever he goes and whatever he does, Marcelo leaves a mark. He truly acts as the catalyst, liberating positive force of the situation. That is why everybody, from revered fashion houses to powerful brands, entrust their parties, show soundtracks and everything social in his capable hands.
Marcelo’s unique network keeps growing and growing, attracting la crème de la crème of who’s cool. That’s just his signature touch – gathering people together is his talent and creative medium par excellence. Knowing too well that one has to think local but act global, Marcelo Burlon operates under the moniker County of Milan: a multi-culti blender of fashion, music, nightlife, extreme beauty and now a complete clothing line – which has created a global phenomenon. Drawing in iconographic elements from different cultures, Marcelo creates his very own symbology and celebrates diversity. That’s exactly what he does with everything he touches, morphs, and invents. Be it a tee or a soundmix, the perfect party or artistic direction for a fashion show, the terms of the equation are just the same: it’s the vision and method that count. A pure expression of the moment, Marcelo celebrates the liberating, exhilarating joys of contamination. He is the great officiator of a thrillingly contemporary melting pot.
Local designer Sunny Ang had dressed international celebrities like Lin-Chiling, Jolin Tsai, Sandy Lam and local artistes like Zoe Tay, Michelle Saram and Fann Wong etc. Visit his newly-relocated boutique, Jacob by Sunny Ang and update your wardrobe with one of his unique pieces.
This boutique in Orchard Central not only features modern, chic ready-to-wear to sexy cocktail dresses, but at the same time Sunny Ang’s made-to-order dresses too.
London-based Turkish designer, Bora Aksu, is lauded for his elegant, sophisticated, romantic, modern & feminine demi-couture pieces. You can now shop his creations at the brand's first boutique on our sunny island.
Bora Aksu brand dates back to 2002 when its designer first received acclaim when he graduated from Central Saint Martin’s MA course. Mr. Bora’s collection won a sponsorship award, giving him the opportunity to make his debut at London Fashion Week in 2003 and the BORA AKSU brand was founded in the same year, was quoted as “The Star of the Show” by broadsheets. A resounding success, in total four consecutive “New Generation Awards” from The British Fashion Council were given to Bora Aksu. He also won “The Designer of the Year” award from Elle Style and an acknowledgement from Queen Elizabeth II for his contributions to the British Fashion Industry. Read more about the designer here.
Proenza Schouler is defined by its fusion of craftsmanship and attention to detail with a sense of refined ease. Inspiration drawn from contemporary art and youth culture is combined with an emphasis on tailoring and the use of custom developed fabrics.
Get your Proenza Schouler fix at its new store located at Hilton Shopping Gallery.
Proenza Schouler is a New York based womenswear and accessories brand founded in 2002 by designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez. The duo met while studying at Parson’s School of Design eventually collaborating on their senior thesis, which became their first collection as Proenza Schouler. Named after the designers' mothers' maiden names, the collection was bought in its entirety by Barneys New York.
CHAUMET was founded in 1780 by Marie-Etienne Nitot, a jeweler who was appointed as the personal jeweler of Napoleon and all members of the royal family after his creations for NapoleonâÂ€Â™s coronation and wedding.
Today, CHAUMET from Place Vendme Paris perpetuates the expertise of the Paris jeweler by carrying over the firmâÂ€Â™s core values for modern day princesses. CHAUMETâÂ€Â™s creations keep coming in a mix of fashion, elegance, style and unique creativity.
Accor will this year open its first ibis Styles hotel in Singapore, called ibis Styles Singapore, where the former Hotel Windsor used to stand at the corner of MacPherson and Aljunied Roads.
ibis Styles is one of Accor's economy brands. The 298-room hotel, with a ship-like exterior, is set to open in Q4 2015.
The hotel will be complemented by MacPherson Mall, which is part of the same complex. The hotel's amenities include a 25-metre free-form swimming pool on the fourth floor, as well as a restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating, a pool bar, modern gym and a water feature. Its interiors have also all been refurbished with innovative designer furniture.
DFS Group, the world’s leading luxury travel retailer, has opened a spectacular new wines and spirits flagship duplex store – the first of its kind in the world – at Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminal 3 .
At 11,400 square feet across two floors, the store is DFS Group’s largest single retail space for wines, spirits and tobacco. The opening of the store marks a milestone in DFS’ leadership and innovation in retail, and the realization of a new vision for retail at Changi Airport.
Designed by Masamichi Katayama, the award-winning interior designer and founder of design firm Wonderwall, the store showcases the luxury retailer’s full assortment of wines, spirits and tobacco in a visually dramatic store environment and façade inspired by flowing water and undulating shapes. Within the store, warm and modern design elements accentuated by a double-height atrium measuring over eight meters high provides an inviting shopping and tasting environment for travellers.
Amongst the store’s most innovative features are expanded common areas designed especially for lifestyle and cultural experiences. This includes a Raffles Long Bar – in collaboration with one of Singapore’s most historical landmarks, the Raffles Hotel - the ground-floor atrium tasting bars and a private lounge. The Long Bar will serve its famed cocktail invention, the original Singapore Sling. These common areas also provide space for guided tastings and a monthly program of exciting and interactive activities, featuring master classes for cocktail mixology, bartending and hosting at home.
In the new duplex store, DFS also introduces Changi’s first branded boutiques for wines and spirits, situated on the second floor. Nine brands – Absolut, Dom Pérignon, Glenfiddich, Hendrick’s, Hennessy, Johnnie Walker, The Macallan, Martell, and Penfolds – will showcase their heritage and their finest products within individually-designed boutiques, from the travel trunk-inspired Johnnie Walker House to the Glenfiddich boutique’s cellar and cask design. The store will also host visits from master distillers, blenders and brand ambassadors throughout the year, and unveil worldwide product launches for these nine brands.
The Proposal is the brainchild of Brenna Koh and husband Chern San Lee. They provide today's fashion-aware brides with gowns that strike the balance between modernity whilst keeping a nod toward tradition.
Apart from carrying gowns and evening dresses from internationally renowned designer labels, The Proposal also features the traditional tea dress, a must-have for any Chinese wedding.
They provide a gown rental service, setting them apart from the competition as a one-stop designer bridal destination in Singapore.
Floral Obsession's designer Chris Teo would have you believe flowers speak louder than words. Step into his atelier and you'd be inclined to agree.
Made to order artisanal handheld bouquets and lavish centrepieces to arrangements bordering on the sculptural, every creation is unique, speaking volumes about the individuality of the patron as well as the artistry of the designer.
No brochures. No catalogues. Arrangements are all uniquely and individually designed.
Pedder Group’s largest concept in South East Asia will launch in the third quarter of 2015 at Scotts Square.
The second level of Scotts Square will welcome a new retail concept by footwear, handbags and accessories specialist Pedder Group which will present the largest offering of its type in Singapore, with more than 200 brands curated in an innovative store environment of 20,000 square feet and supported by exceptional service.
On Pedder Men’s Store – Following the launch of the Hong Kong flagship, the On Pedder Men’s store will be the ultimate destination for contemporary and luxury designer brands and is designed for the discerning man in search of anything from a utility high top sneaker to a tailored lace-up with a twist.
New Generation – Geared towards the young and daring, New Generation presents contemporary brands such as Pedder Red, and footwear brand, Ash.
Weekend & Sports – Dedicated to lifestyle and sports trends, this zone will feature key brands across this category as well as hard to find collaborations.
The Market Place – A space dedicated to creative collaborations and pop-ups which will showcase a rotation of projects that inspire and excite.
Cool Kids – Dedicated for children from 2 to 12 years old with all things mini from footwear, bags to sunglasses.
Known as the world viewed, and bought, men's underwear. for men and women, Calvin Klein Underwear was formed in 1982 and would forever alter the way the world viewed-and bought-men's underwear. Once a utilitarian product, men's underwear suddenly became an object of desire.
A complete women's line followed in 1983. Each season since then, the brand has delivered a new line including basics, basics in fashion colors, as well as fashion-forward, trendy underwear to stores.
There is more reason to celebrate the exhilaration of weekends with the opening of a new one-stop, multi brand lifestyle store, Weekends at VivoCity.
Located at VicoCity's new expanded retail space, the new store brings together 14 international lifestyle brands, from Europe and America, to offer an eclectic collection of inspiring gifts and designer stationery, stylish jewellery and accessories, unique fragrances as well as statement-making soft home furnishings, such as wall art and prints, designer tableware and lamps.
Designed with an optimistic and a dash of whimsical, Weekends sports a contemporary, monochromatic palette of black and white, punctuated by spots of bright, cheerful colours from the range of products within the store. The attention-grabbing store facade, made up of numerous wooden apothecary drawers with vintage finishings, immediately draws your curiosity that quickly translates into an experience of metaphoric hope of "the weekends" upon entering the store.
Targeting modern women of impeccable taste, Weekends aims to be the space where fun and inspiration thrive, allowing shoppers to approach their everyday life with optimism and exuberance.
Steve Madden is easily America’s most successful shoe designer. Considered the fashion footwear mogul of the 21st Century, Mr. Madden has been responsible for the design and marketing of the company’s trendsetting shoes for the past two decades.
Madden's expertise in trend forecasting has propelled him to the top of his field. Relying on sheer instinct, he transformed a footwear relic into a footwear phenomenon when he introduced a new amped up platform shoe in the early 1990s.
Inspired by Rock and Roll, fused with a jolt of sex appeal and urban edge, Madden creates shoes that are innovative, fun, sometimes wild and always spot-on-chic.
Founded in Hong Kong in 2010 by Parisian Ariane Zagury with great success, Rue Madame was born out of the idea to introduce the timeless Parisian-style of fashion to young modern women, as well as to provide a one-stop shop, offering a diversity of exclusively curated women’s ready-to-wear and accessories, for those seeking an alternative wardrobe that allows them to mix and match to showcase their unique personal styles.
Located at the newly refurbished space on the third level of Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Ngee Ann City, Rue Madame is a true Parisian-style fashion concept store that offers an eclectic mix of niche and contemporary designer labels, carefully handpicked from Paris and other parts of Europe.
The new concept store brings together some of the most coveted French fashion labels such as Athé by Vanessa Bruno, Ba&Sh, Gat Rimon, Hartford, IRO, Laurence Doligé, Leon&Harper, Majestic Paris, Mes Demoiselles, Swildens and Tara Jarmon Tara Jarmon, and exquisite accessories from trendy and accessible French jewellery brands like Servane Gaxotte, renowned for their hand-made whimsical ‘Rose’ doll pendants and Didier Dubot which is highly notable in Asia because of the brand’s latest campaign featuring Korean drama ‘You who came from the Star’ lead actress, Jun Ji Hyun; some of which are new-to-market brands exclusively brought into Singapore.
Naiise is a curated destination for original, well-designed products and daily design inspiration. Naiise is one of the fastest growing design retailers locally and currently stocks more than 2,000 products from 250+ emerging and established brands from Singapore and around the world.
Founded in the belief that design adds value to people’s lives, Naiise strives to make good design accessible and relevant to more people through its various touch-points – online, pop-up stores and customer experiences. Naiise is also a platform where designers can promote and showcase their products to larger audiences.
By working closely with its community of partners, curators and customers and maintaining a vibrant social media presence, Naiise hopes to nurture a community of people who love and appreciate good design. Naiise is design for everyone, for everyday.
The concept of MoodBox stems from the desire to let you catch a glimpse of the French touch lifestyle.
Whether you are looking for fine designer pieces for your home, a stylish present for men, an original gift for a special occasion, or something to indulge in, MoodBox offers a trendy selection of home decoration and fashion accessories.
With its certain je ne sais quoi, MoodBox provides for your changing moods.