Mamonde, is a South Korean brand specialising in skincare and cosmetics products, formulated from the goodness of flowers. Their first standalone boutique in Singapore will be opening soon at Ngee Ann City.
With a rich brand heritage dating back to 1991, Mamonde has always gathered inspiration from the beauty of nature, in particular flowers.
Each of Mamonde's skincare range is created by studying the unique characteristics of flowers and using them to develop product lines that address various skin concerns. Mamonde’s makeup line is also inspired by the vibrant nature of flowers with its exuberant colours and alluring fragrance. Even the product packaging has been carefully designed to reflect its philosophy, featuring feminine yet sensible designs that incorporate subtle floral elements.
World-renowned perfume house, diptyque, will be opening their stand-alone store in Singapore soon at Ngee Ann City.
The diptyque story began in Paris at 34 boulevard Saint-Germain with, at its heart, three friends driven by the same creative passion. Christiane Gautrot was an interior designer, Desmond Knox-Leet, a painter, and Yves Coueslant, a theater director and set designer. The first two collaborated designing fabrics and wallpaper for Liberty and Sanderson. They were joined by the third in 1961 and opened a shop to display their designs. Yves became the administrator and consultant; Desmond and Christiane were the artistic soul. Bit by bit, with finely honed taste, the trio transformed the site into a one-of-a-kind setting, a kind of stylish bazaar where one found surprising articles unmatched in Paris, mined and conveyed home by the trio over the course of their travels.
Since 1961, diptyque's passion for creativity and design has made it a world-renowned perfume house, purveyor of a comprehensive line of home fragrance (including our iconic candles), personal fragrance & body care.
Step inside the first Singapore store of French luxury leather goods brand, Moynat located at Takashimaya, Ngee Ann City.
Moynat's first atelier was opened in Paris in 1849 by trunk-makers Octavie and François Coulembier. They joined forces with Pauline Moynat, a specialist in travel goods, to open the first store of avenue de l’Opera.
The French luxury house is known for its leather goods, accessories and textiles.
Moynat's first patent is for a sturdy waterproof canvas coated with Gutta Percha, a tropical sap, which guaranteed that trunks were completely watertight.
For over 60 years, La Perla has followed the evolution of the female body through different fashions and trends. Its 2nd boutique is now at Ngee Ann City and the new store offers not only lingerie but also an elegant line of ready womenswear.
In 1954 Ada Masotti, an Italian woman full of talent and courage, began the journey towards her dream: creating an atelier of corsetry in the name of the best Italian tradition. Beginning in a small laboratory in Bologna, the Italian town renowned for its solid tradition of silk factories and textile manufacturers, Ada used her talent as a skilled corset maker to create works of art enhancing feminine beauty.
Presenting her creations in boxes lined with velvet as if they were precious jewels, led to the name La Perla - representing the most feminine and harmonious gem.
SunnyHills has relocated to Ngee Ann City from Raffles Hotel Arcade.
You can enjoy the same tasty Taiwanese pineapple tarts made from freshly selected pineapples found on the hills of Ba Gua (Eight Tigram) Mountain in Taiwan, which are then sun-dried combined with the purest ingredients. They also carry pineapple juice, Oolong tea and ice pops.
SunnyHills source their ingredients directly from farmers and suppliers who share their values – trustworthiness, generosity, attention to detail.
The eggs they use come from a farmer who plays classical music for his hens. They use native pineapples sourced directly from local family farms.
Their production kitchen is helmed by a master baker with fifty years of experience and the simple philosophy of baking with joy, pride, and passion.
2017 marks an important milestone for Books Kinokuniya as they celebrate 90 years since their company was founded by Moichi Tanabe on 22nd January 1927 in Shinjuku, Tokyo.
After several months of expansion works, Kinokuniya's flagship bookshop at Ngee Ann City now has an extra 5000 sq. ft of space, plus a new frontage. With the additional space; it now occupies an impressive 38,000 sq. ft. of retail space, housing an extensive collection of more than 500,000 quality titles from all over the world that includes English, Japanese, Chinese, French and German publications.
Aside from books and magazines, their merchandise range also includes an ever expanding range of selective non-book items such as stationery, collectible toys/figurines, DVDs, board games, and much more.
Introducing Follicle, Singapore’s 1st total solution hair centre.
Hair loss can be due to many reasons, such as stress, lifestyle and genetics. Follicle uses a scientific approach to combat hair problems, using proven diagnosis techniques, doctor-developed treatments and long-term management as the keys to sustainable hair health.
Follicle is a principled company that selects the best ingredients and know-how to help clients have both beautiful and healthy hair. They go beyond just using organic and hypo-allergenic products, as that alone will not fix scalp disease.
Instead, we reply on medical research and co-curation with Korean trichologists to develop a new combination of treatments to help troubled scalps and hairloss patients.
Visit them for a 1st-of-its-kind hair care experience.
Jack Wills, for more than 16 years, has brought British heritage-inspired wares of the highest quality to the wardrobes of a spirited and inspired youth, epitomising what it is to be British, irreverent and carefree. Their second store in Singapore is now at Ngee Ann City.
A British fashion and lifestyle brand that creates premium clothing and accessories for people who appreciate design, quality & attention to detail; Jack Wills is known for heritage-inspired classics with a contemporary twist and is proud to fly the flag for Britain around the world, whether through a collaboration with a Yorkshire mill, the Jack Wills Seasonnaires’ summer in America or taking their Landy to events in Hong Kong. Authenticity, honesty and irreverence are just three of the qualities woven into the ‘Fabric of Jack’ and this company-ethos has stood fast for 17 years.
Peter Williams and Robert Shaw founded the brand in 1999. Williams was 23 when the first store opened at 22 Fore Street, Salcombe and it was created with £40,000 – the founders slept above the shop. The brand was named after one of the co-founders' grandparents.
Aesop was established in Melbourne in 1987. Their objective has always been to formulate skin, hair and body care products of the finest quality; they investigate widely to source plant-based and laboratory-made ingredients, and use only those with a proven record of safety and efficacy. Their latest outlet will be opening soon at Ngee Ann City.
In each of their unique stores, informed consultants are pleased to introduce their range and to guide your selections. Alongside their commercial activities, they explore and support the arts as an avenue through which to inspire, learn and communicate. They are headquartered in Melbourne, and have offices and stores in many parts of the world, including New York, London, Paris, Tokyo and Hong Kong.
Founded by makeup artist François Nars in 1994, NARS Cosmetics is the beauty brand for the modern, independent woman. The brand embraces individuality and inspires self-expression and creativity by bringing high-fashion, high-style, and a forward-thinking attitude to beauty. Their new store will be opening soon at Ngee Ann City.
Bold, unexpected color and luxurious textures ensure each product lives up to the brand’s DNA – modern, audacious, iconic. Acquired by Shiseido in 2000, NARS cosmetics are distributed through specialty beauty and department stores globally.
d’Good Café was established in 2012 at a 2-storey shophouse in Holland Village. They have now branched out to Ngee Ann City too.
On their menu, you will see poached fresh lobster pasta ($26 for half lobster, $48 for whole), D'Lobster Roll ($22, above), slow-braised cider pork cheek ($16), pan-roasted chicken breast ($16) and more.
An industry leader in accessible luxury handbags, accessories, footwear and apparel, Rebecca Minkoff’s playful and subtly edgy designs can be spotted around the world on young women and celebrities alike. Now at Ngee Ann City.
Rebecca Minkoff is a global lifestyle brand with a wide range of apparel, handbags, footwear, jewelry, accessories (including tech), and athleisure, as well as mens clothing and accessories under the label Uri Minkoff. In 2011, she won industry recognition when she was awarded the Breakthrough Designer Award from the Accessories Council. Rebecca is an active member of the CFDA and supports multiple philanthropies including Jessica Seinfeld’s non-profit, Baby Buggy.
The latest brainchild of Celebrity Chef Emmanuel Stroobant at Ngee Ann City focuses on fresh, artisanal produce, with more vegetables and fruits, and less meat, as he believes in the adage that a healthy outside starts from the inside!
Come 26 June 2015, SKECHERS Singapore is set to open their new flagship store to the public at Ngee Ann City. The new 1,700sqf space in Singapore is the first Asian flagship store to embrace an industrial and modern concept, accompanied by a touch of vintage elements.
The store entrance is framed by a brick wall to give a raw industrial edge that is juxtaposed by the modern inviting interior. Utilizing silver metal supports with exposed welds and fasteners, the store space is given a constructed and contemporary look. Reclaimed natural wood is used to inject warm accents to the overall space, as well as segmenting the collections. On top of that, the new flagship uses LED backlit technology to establish a "mixed-bag" vernacular, a technique widely practiced amongst today's leading interior architects.
Besides the well-planned Lifestyle and Performance footwear categories catered for men and women, the new flagship store also has a dedicated area for kids products, where multi-coloured LED technology is used to illuminate glass-etched SKECHERS cartoon characters to attract children to browse at the different levels of products. Soft furnishings, such as seating that is built to look like a "roller coaster" and a large Gachapon machine dispensing toys, are elements that are incorporated to enhance the ambience of fun and colour in the kids section.