Sony has set up their latest physical store in Singapore at Westgate. The new park-themed store, housed on level one, has been designed to connect with customers through their lifestyle by offering a comprehensive range of Sony consumer products from photography, videography and audio equipment to home entertainment. Each area of the store is designed to offer a different feel that is closely related to customers’ lifestyle.
The highlight of the new store is the provision of all things video-related such as information, products and accessories. For example, utilising the exclusive VLOG STUDIO, customers intending to hone their video skills can refer to the video tips and tricks, which they can apply when shooting their videos live in this fully equipped, ready set-up environment. Product consultants will also be on hand to provide advice on video taking if required. The VLOG STUDIO will be constantly refreshed with various vlogging thematic setups. For instance, customers today will be greeted by the park-themed set-up. This is accompanied by Sony’s well-equipped range of digital imaging accessories such as the compact and versatile Shooting Grip (VCT-SGR1), which can also be used as a mini-tripod for creative and stable shooting scenarios, as well as the lightweight Adapter Kit and Microphone (XLR-K2M), ideal for enhancing sound recordings in any scenario. Customers will also find a display stand that showcases Sony’s complete range of vlogging products (Inter-changeable Lens Cameras, compact cameras and Action Cams) while those looking to kickstart their video journey can refer to a starter kit which provides them with the necessary recommendations.
A public reading room, a lifestyle gallery shop selling trendy wares from Japan and an Asian contemporary furniture store have brought a slice of style to three conserved shophouse units in Beach Road.
Singapore labels Supermama and Scene Shang, each with its own brand of design, have been attracting furniture and souvenir hunters to the heritage cluster since they moved in earlier this year.
The latest addition to the neighbourhood - the establishments are near the hip Haji Lane and Arab Street enclave - is Looksee Looksee, a reading room with a collection of books curated by Singapore stalwarts in industries such as food and beverage, fashion and design.
Vanilla Home has opened a new showroom in the heart of Chinatown where everything began 14 years ago. A bustling and vibrant neighborhood with a hip, cosmopolitan vibe, 63 Club Street is the perfect location for the renowned multi- label lifestyle boutique to continue to bring you the very best of homewares and lifestyle products from all over the world.
Vanilla Home threw open its doors in 2002 to offer a greater choice of lifestyle products of superlative quality in Singapore and the region. It quickly became renowned and respected for its superb selection, stringent standards and excellence in service and customer relations.
Relentlessly committed to bringing in only the best, Vanilla Home once again seduces with products of impeccable craftsmanship, understated elegance, glamour and timelessness. Many favourites such as Riviere’s exquisite leather trays and lamps from Milan, Delconte’s sterling silver repoussé picture frames from Florence, Fortuny’s silk lanterns also from Florence and Rotter hand-cut cased crystal glasses from Germany, but also contemporary and edgy new lines such as Bosa ceramics from Italy, By Lassen’s iconic Kubus range from Denmark and Dante Goods & Bads’ impeccably considered and manufactured products from Italy rub shoulders in the stylish new 1600 SQFT showroom - exquisite lamps, furniture, accessories and gifts that will never go out of style!
Porta Romana from the UK has been selected to be the anchor brand at the new Vanilla Home, showcasing many of its beloved lamps and chandeliers in the ‘Jewel Box’ of the showroom, a central atrium at the heart of the boutique.
As Singapore continues to cement its standing in Asia as an Arts hub, the showroom will also serve as a platform for artists to showcase their work in a lifestyle setting. A departure from the traditional white cube gallery space Vanilla Home offers artists an opportunity to show their work as it would live in a home. Currently exhibited are works by Gilly Beal and Stefanie Hauger, winner of the 2013 UOB Southeast Asian Painting of the Year Award.
Home lifestyle destination, HomesToLife, from Singapore-based leather tanner and sofa manufacturer HTL International, is set to open a new flagship store.
The new HomesToLife flagship store is a one-stop shop solution which provides a special curation of home lifestyle brands and collections all under one roof. With a portfolio exceeding 20 International living, dining and bedding brands, consumers are guaranteed to find products that fit their style and purchasing power as well as almost everything they need in their home.
HomesToLife has been designed aiming to change the experience of furniture shopping to make it beyond a buying process, rather, a process of discovery.
The Emporium is a multi‐brand fashion and lifestyle boutique offering an eclectic mix of products by independent designers based out of Singapore. These brands are specially curated to offer shoppers a fresh, stylish and enjoyable retail experience.
It started as an innovative collaboration of Singaporean brand owners, each specializing in its own merchandise category, from furniture to fashion accessories and apparel. The Emporium has something for everyone – great clothes, shoes and accessories for men and women, furniture and home décor items, gifts and much more.
Previously only available online and at department stores Tangs and Robinsons, e-commerce home and decor brand Scene Shang opens its first boutique at Kampong Glam's Beach Road.
The 1,000 sq ft boutique is located in an airy shophouse, with a mini courtyard inspired by traditional Chinese gardens. Owners Pamela Ting and Jessica Wong take inspiration from Asian heritage, and their designs feature the label's signature chinoiserie elements. Some of the store's most-featured items include the President's Design Award nominated Shang multi-storage drawer system that has brightly-colored and stackable compartments, and the Art Deco cushions with prints of iconic heritage buildings in Singapore. Besides being a retail space, Scene Shang also plans to host workshops, exhibitions and art installations.
Lexington is a life-style Brand and has a strong position in home decoration. Over the years there has been an increasing demand for new product categories to expand the Lexington brand. The cross over to the clothing business was therefore natural and sought after and in December 2007 the first collection from Lexington Clothing Co. was launched.
The assortment for home is influenced by the typical New England style. Lexington follows the tradition from the East Coast of America and the collection is true to the American tradition of superior craftsmanship. All Collections are build on the tradition and inspiration from this part of the world. However, we believe that there are people all around the world, in all countries that enjoy this style of life.
With the Lexington range you can always combine colors and styles, whether you live in the city or in the countryside. There are a lot of possibilities to combine the different products, qualities and designs.
Supermama is many things at once – a store, an artist residency studio, a platform for designers, a space for people to escape to – but it is at its core a labor of love.
The independent purveyor of all-things quirky and local has come a long way from it's hole-in-the-wall digs in a rickety shophouse and now, they have opened their second outlet at the Esplanade Mall, with another launch at Beach Road come March.
The goods sold here are pretty similar to its flagship at the Singapore Art Museum, so you'll still find home decor items and the store's signature ceramic ware featuring graphics of Singapore icons.
Founded over a century ago, in 1888, Lalique has endured as the ultimate symbol of French luxury.
One of the jewels in the crown of France's crystal industry, Lalique has five main categories: jewelry, decorative items, interior design, perfumes, and art.
Today, the vision of the brand is to prolong the creative genius of founder René Lalique by issuing superb perfume bottles in crystal, reviving exciting and sensitive jewelry designs, pushing the limits of the factory by creating decorative objects with unique satin contrasts, carrying out major architectural projects, creating a unique Lalique world dedicated to the home, working with renowned artists to produce limited editions in crystal and to recreate its cultural heritage.
Lalique continues to thrive as a truly timeless lifestyle brand.
The Lifestyle Collective is a collaboration of small business owners who pride themselves on beautiful design and thoughtfully made products.
Their gorgeous shop is filled with a fantastic selection of bespoke homewares, luxury art, jewellery, children’s accessories, furniture and gifts for every occasion
They will be collaborating with other talented designers, artists, creators, musicians and many more to share this bright and beautiful space with you. They will also be hosting workshops, shopping events, meditation mornings, kids craft and much more.
The contemporary homeware store Maissone has opened in Tiong Bahru.
A one-stop-shop of unique and beautiful bed linen and exquisite homeware.
The brand was started by a passion for beautiful design and gorgeous interiors, ten years of travel and three kitchen sinks and many treasures from back street allies later Maissone was born.
Maissone continues to carefully select an exquisite selection of homeware products from around the globe. They exclusively bring to Singapore, New Zealand designed and made bed linen collections by Thread Design.
Their range of bed linen celebrates colour, style and simplicity. Emphasising clean lines and a fresh colour palette, Thread Designs collections are free of frills and fuss. Each collection develops a story around a particularly fine detail. To compliment their bed linen they have carefully developed a range of hypoallergenic bedding products.
After running Singapore’s renowned Expat Auctions for several years, where they handle an eclectic array of furniture and decorative pieces from all over the world on behalf of relocating and redecorating clients, Rob and Jo saw a gap in the market for stylish and quality international homewares and decorator items at a reasonable price. And so Singapore Trading Post was born.
The store name, Singapore Trading Post pays homage to this country’s establishment as a vital trading post for the East India Trading Company in 1819. And they continue this tradition by sourcing carefully selected pieces from old East India Trading Company areas including Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh as well as Indonesia, Vietnam and Myanmar. Their collection reflects this significant colonial era and is perfect for sourcing distinctive items that will add unique character to your space.