A well tailored suit will always help a man shine brighter. Get yourself suited perfectly with Koopman/Co's flagship boutique located in Orchard Gateway.
Koopman/Co is Singapore's first interactive menswear store; combining the stylistic perfection of made to measure menswear with the convenience of technology. Choose from over 300 fabrics of different colours and designs at their store.
As America's oldest clothing retailer, Brooks Brothers is proud to uphold the same traditions and values for nearly two centuries.
In 1818, Henry Sands Brooks founded Brooks Brothers, the first ready-to-wear fashion emporium in America. Since then, they are proud to have become an institution that has shaped the American style of dress through fashion innovation, fine quality, personal service, and exceptional value in their products.
Visit their revamped Raffles City boutique with the latest Fall/Winter 17 collections ready for your patronage.
Great British business wear retailer, T.M.Lewin, has been providing the business world with shirts, suits and accessories since 1898.
The first T.M.Lewin opened in Jermyn Street in 1898. That bustling London Street soon became a magnet for the world’s finest tailors and Mr. Thomas Mayes Lewin was among the industry’s original innovators.
A hundred years ago, shirts didn’t have buttons down the front. T.M.Lewin’s ‘coat-shirts’ were not only pioneering, they are a prototype of the modern shirt worn today.
Over the years, T.M.Lewin has developed its product offer to cover the entire business wardrobe, and have introduced brightly coloured, checked, striped and patterned shirts which bring both a certain confidence and an individual flair to the work uniform. They aim to provide you with the opportunity to effortlessly blend in to your professional life, but confidently stand out from the crowd, with high quality business wear.
Located at Henderson Road, Covetella is creating a true omni-channel experience for their customers by transforming a 3,000-sqft industrial space into every girl’s dream closet. With hundreds of designer dresses and accessories available to rent online and in-store - from Gucci gowns to Chanel bags - you’ll never be left with nothing to wear again.
Having launched two years ago out of a small living room, Covetella now sheds its humble beginnings and embraces expansion with their brand new space.
Bigger than life, this new showroom gives customers the luxury of space to enjoy personalized styling sessions (think: the modern Cinderella experience) and gives Covetella’s wide range of dresses room to shine.
Covetella’s mission is to help all women look and feel beautiful. That’s why they’ve created the ultimate fashion rental destination, where you can experience hundreds of beautiful designer dresses and accessories for a fraction of the price, or share your own to make some extra cash.
Covetella also believes that finding the perfect dress should be an enjoyable experience, so they offer personalized styling services so you can look your best for any event.
Massimo Dutti represents universal design that crosses borders to connect with the men and women of today – independent, urban and cosmopolitan.
Their new concept store at VivoCity which spread over 518 sqm of retail space on a single floor, is a great fashion showcase of their collections for both men and women.
Massimo Dutti was founded in 1985 and was acquired by Inditex in 1991. It now has over 750 stores in more than 74 countries.
The brand was originally aimed at men's fashion. Starting in 1995, women's fashion was launched in all its dimensions: from the most urban lines to the more casual. With this, Massimo Dutti has consolidated at all levels as a group with national and international growth, which today has over 10,000 employees.
Exclusive, quality of materials and combination of textures and styles are the foundations of the world created by Massimo Dutti in all of its collections.
Collection after collection, Massimo Dutti aims to achieve a personal style and an adapted design to fashion governing standards lines in the international catwalks.
A world of biro curated living. Shouten is the brain child of the creators behind menswear label, biro. A concept space rather than flagship store, this cosy nook is built solely on naturally produced indigo coated wood from Tokushima, Japan. It is a layout to reflect the biro aesthetic and its original brand philosophy.
At biro, you would find apparel handcrafted with a 5000 year old authentic traditional natural dying technique that is almost extinct. They chose to use 100% certified Indian organic cotton cultivated without the use of any artificial fertilizers and chemicals, also renowned for its luxurious soft characteristic.
For 120 years, Alfred Dunhill has been synonymous with an elegant and discerning British aesthetic. Always with integrity and charisma, it defines luxury: perfect for purpose but uncompromising in its commitment to use only the finest materials and work with the finest artisans across the world to create its menswear, leather goods, accessories and gifts.
French clothing brand, Eden Park is now available at Takashimaya. So, why a pink bow-tie for it's logo design?
In 1987, the backs of the prestigious rugby team, Racing Club de France (RCF), played in the French Championship final in Paris live on television, with a pink bow tie around their necks. After this spontaneous and unplanned media campaign, the pink bow tie become a very identifiable and mediatized symbol.
This love of details has always been one of the brand’s key features, with its mix of Imagination combined with meticulousness, right down into the smallest finishing, and for nearly 30 years has made it an unchallenged brand in the world of French-style preppy premium.
Known for its unique contemporary-meets-traditional aesthetic, five-year-old local label Ong Shunmugam has officially opened the doors to its new home at creative indie enclave Chip Bee Gardens after relocating from the Hong Leong Building in Raffles Place.
Ong Shunmugam is a contemporary womenswear label with a simple quest to craft beautiful clothes by focusing on sartorial construction instead of fast fashion; on cut and fit before look; on longevity over excess.
Designed and made across Asia, their atelier often reworks familiar influences, weaving traditional textile techniques, colours and silhouettes into the modern wardrobe, while deliberately disregarding stereotypes and caricatures.
Theirs are conceptual collections for the thoughtful dresser. They employ intuition and an exacting aesthetic, and they believe that clothing should be cerebral yet wearable.
Fashion label Christian Dada, known for its rebellious nature and deconstruction designs, has landed right at the heart of Orchard Road.
It's the brand's first flagship store to open outside of Japan and features an impressive interior that sees a modern and contemporary take of a Japanese karesansui Zen garden, reflecting the designer's heritage and aesthetics.
The 1,700 sq ft store at 268 Orchard Road was designed by +ft+/Fumiko Takahama Architects. They took visual cues from the designer's anecdote of his visit to Naoshima, a Japanese island that marries contemporary art and architecture with the untouched nature of the Seto Inland Sea, and placed structural rocks that in the middle of the store - each made using sheets of black perforated metal and folded into 3D geometric shapes a la origami style.
Rugged Gentlemen Shoppe is a humble bricks and mortar store, gathering time-lasting garments, goods and craft to accompany you in forging unforgettable memories along your adventures.
It is an enclave to share our passion for heritage, culture and good-old fashioned quality with your friends from all walks of life.
Like a journey on an old, reliable Steam Locomotive, Rugged Gentleman Shoppe believe that traditional and historically well-built products will take you far in time, even while the scenes change with every turning wheel.
Australian men's suiting label Benjamin Barker has expanded vigorously in Singapore, with yet another outlet opening, this time in the eastern heartlands at Tampines 1.
Benjamin Barker is a purveyor of smart-casual, heritage inspired apparel and a lifestyle destination for the discerning gentleman.
Working closely with their partners, they make clothes for real men. They make clothes that speak style and personality. They start with their shirts, an eclectic mix that marry versatility and style - a display of sartorial elegance that leans towards design. From the fit, construction and form, they develop and explore different fabrics with modernized style details to add personality and other thoughtful touches.
Alongside their own products, they curate brands with similar alignment and have committed themselves to a high degree of handcraftsmanship. Suits, shoes and accessories - a one-stop retail destination to complete the look of the distinguished connoisseur.
Butterflies & Marigolds is a ladies’ fashion brand which houses sought after Asian fashion labels from Hong Kong. Besides having a dedicated in-house design team that creates fashion themes just right for customers, the boutique also offers its own bags, accessories and shoes that are handcrafted in genuine leather ensuring style, comfort and quality at affordable prices. Expect to see fresh arrivals of clothing weekly and new shoe designs monthly.
Brunello Cucinelli, founded in 1978 by the eponymous stylist and entrepreneur, is an Italian maison operating in the absolute luxury goods sector which specializes in cashmere and in the international informal luxury pret-à-porter sector. Brunello Cucinelli’s success is rooted in the history and legacy of great craftsmanship as well as in modern design: a quality strategy founded on a combination of innovation and artisan skill. The attention and the care taken in manufacturing the product are expressed through the use of the highest quality raw materials, tailoring and craftsmanship of exclusive Made in Italy production combined with savoir faire and creativity.
As exclusive testimonial of Italian lifestyle worldwide, company business has always been conducted in the medieval hamlet of Solomeo, on the outskirts of Perugia. The brand is distributed internationally in over sixty countries through monobrand boutique in leading capitals and cities worldwide and in the most exclusive resorts, with a significant presence in selected multibrand stores, including leading luxury department stores.
Following fifteen months of renovation, the Hermes flagship store at Liat Towers in Singapore where it has called home for the past 30 years, has re-opened, offering a retail experience across four floors topped off with a stunning facade.
The 670 sq m of retail and exhibition space features windows of different heights and sizes, angled and furnished with Venetian blinds to block out direct sunlight.
The store has been expanded by 4m towards Angullia Park where its new main entrance is, creating a porch-like shelter as customers alight from the road.
On the rooftop of the boutique is the recognisable statue of the iconic Hermes firework-maker on horseback, with Singapore only the second store in the world after Miami to feature the sculpture on its exterior.
Foxtrot’s inspiration came from strong, adventurous women of our past, breaking all the rules and accomplishing astonishing and daring careers in the wild, daredevil days of aviation since World War II: the first woman pilots - aviatrixes.
Wearing their classy leather boots and belts, they took to the skies, risking their lives flying flimsy wooden aircraft in open cockpits.
All foxtrots shoes are named after those woman, in remembrance of their great camaraderie and competitiveness.
Housed within the quaint and historic neighbourhood of Bali Lane, Goodluck Bunch prides itself in the showcase and retail of both established and underrated gems from across the States, Europe and our own region of South-East Asia.
Amidst the rise and rise of e-commerce, the brick & mortar set-up was conceived as their very own humble attempt to rekindle the joy of in-store shopping derived from its intimate, unpretentious environment and an array of feel-good curations.
A fervent supporter of the "buy less buy better" ideal, the available selections are procured based not only on the pre-requisite standards of quality construction, but more importantly; on each brand's unwavering courage to bring forth originality and novel ideas to a marketplace overwhelmed with routine and repetition.
Iconic British luxury label Joseph presents high contemporary ready-to-wear collections for both men & women with a strong core of luxury essentials. Tailoring is a key element of the Joseph aesthetic, at the core of the Joseph DNA is masculine-feminine way of dressing.
The Showcase is a multi-label retail concept who are going to be opening their second outlet soon, at NEX.
Online labels were prevalent and the online shopping community was growing rapidly. However, they recognized a gap between expectations of buyers and sellers, and The Showcase set out to bridge this gap.
To online shoppers, it can sometimes take a leap of faith to buy fashion apparels online, where quality, fitting, design, and colour, cannot be easily ascertained through images. Unsuitable purchases often result to wastage. Transport logistics and timeliness issues pose further challenges.
On the labels front, it is a challenge for premier brands to highlight and communicate their differentiating factors to shoppers, as well as to gain trust from new customers.
The Showcase empowers shoppers to make more informed decisions and minimize purchase regrets. With stringent curation on the brands they carry in store, and new designs reaching their boutiques on a weekly basis, you can find latest and most relevant fashion styles and trends with them.
The Bespoke Club is a unique concept designed for the discerning who are passionate about the design and creative processes that go into the making of fine Bespoke Suits & Shirts – club patrons will be their own fashion designers and choose from the finest fabrics, latest trends & fine details.
Dressing up and Bespoke are back in vogue – the modern ladies and gentlemen of today desire clothes and products that provide them exclusivity, reflecting their individuality and dress style.
The Bespoke Club experience is a curated journey where the key focus is on 'Accessible Luxury’ for those who desire perfect quality and service – the boutique is a combination of heritage, traditional tailoring & latest technology creating personal experiences.
Shopping in comfort and luxury with all the trappings of a Savile Row Boutique are the hallmarks of The Bespoke Club making visits to drab tailor shops a thing of the past.
The Bespoke Club Master Tailor and experienced Fashion Consultants are on hand to consult patrons on what suits them best and ensure perfect measures.
Swedish retailer H&M is set to open its first store in the east in October, at Tampines Mall.
Fans can look forward to the new 19,500 square feet duplex store, also its 9th store in Singapore, which will offer the latest fashion trends for women, men, teenagers and kids.
The store will be opening with the new Modern Essentials collection for men, selected by international football star David Beckham, according to H&M. The collection includes plaid shirts, oatmeal colored sweaters, classic bomber jackets and tailored suits. Key essential pieces for women this season include printed dresses, wide-leg trousers, oversized blouses and lurex knits.
Since launching as a shirt specialist in Glasgow in 1988, Ted Baker has quickly become one of the UK's leading fashion retailers.
With quality, attention to detail and a quirky sense of humour at its core, they've earned their reputation as 'No Ordinary Designer Label' and now offer a wide range of collections including menswear, womenswear, accessories, fragrances, eyewear and more.
Kent & Curwen was established in 1926 by Eric Kent and Dorothy Curwen. The company first began as a manufacturer of military, club, and college repp ties that helped define 20th century British style. In the 1930s, Kent & Curwen introduced the iconic cricket sweater and went on to be the supplier to major sporting events and clubs even finding its way across the Atlantic to outfit the Hollywood Cricket Club and Palm Springs Racquet Club.
It wasn't long before such royals as the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Kent were seen sporting Kent & Curwen. More than fifty years after the brand's creation, the Three Lions Herald became Kent & Curwen's registered trademark.
An undeniable symbol of excellence used by King Richard, the logo made clear that the brand was as regal and distinguished as ever.
Since its inception as a preeminent Italian fabric mill in 1881, Cerruti 1881 has never ceased to embody the highest standards of quality and style, craftsmanship and technology.
Building on the brand’s philosophy of luxury fabrics and clean cutting, Cerruti 1881 continues to redefine understated Italian sophistication and elegance as reflected in its contemporary designs of menswear, leather goods and accessories.
Located at Scotts Square, this new store is spread over a single floor and will be the second Alexander McQueen store to open in Singapore. The retail concept is conceived by Sarah Burton, Creative Director of Alexander McQueen and realised together with David Collins Studio.
Offering runway, commercial and accessories collections from both men’s and womenswear, you will be able to shop for seasonal items as well as iconic pieces such as the skull scarves and knuckle box clutches from the house.