Established in 2010, homegrown label Orient Crown specialises in watch winders - devices used to preserve the quality of automatic watches by winding them when stored.
With over 200 designs, Orient Crown’s watch winders are supported by state-of-the-art Japanese motors and are designed to articulate sheer luxury and ensure absolute functionality. Visit their newly-opened flagship store at Jewel Changi Airport.
Orient Crown also offers fine jewellery boxes, watch cases and luxury watch and jewellery safe boxes, Every item is individually tailored to create a unique experience and safekeep precious jewellery and timepieces in pristine condition.
Nearly a decade after first bringing French classics to Singapore at their original location at Duxton Hill, L’Entrecôte The Steak & Fries Bistro has now opened at Customs House, overlooking the stunning Marina Bay!
L’Entrecôte focuses on the season’s best steak paired with unlimited crispy, golden fries, accompanied by a fresh green salad with mustard dressing and walnuts. This winning formula is only complete with their secret sauce, poured generously over the trimmed and tender slices of steak.
The singular main course on the menu is complemented by a wide array of starters and 15 kinds of desserts. Choose from starters like the traditional French Escargots de Bourgogne (6 snails prepared with parsley butter and garlic) and delectable desserts like the crowdâpleasing Old Fashioned Crème Caramel with a traditional almond tuille.
CLUSE is an Amsterdam-based watch and jewellery brand, risen to fame for fashionable watches inspired by minimal French design. Ever-since, CLUSE has expanded their collections to host a range of both watch and jewellery lines with the ambition to create pieces for every woman, in a celebration of the uniqueness of everyone who wears the brand.
Their story is about people who find beauty in simplicity. Simple is not about being plain. It is about being grounded, sophisticated and true to oneself. Away from distractions and focused on the things that are truly important in life. With this mindset they are committed to creating timepieces and jewellery that represent elegance and minimalism for those who are conscious about their style. CLUSE jewellery brings the best out of your look and completes your outfit. A CLUSE watch not only indicates time, but defines your best moments and captivate attention in all simplicity.
Always at the forefront of popular fashion, Swatch continues to innovate and surprise with new designs. Discover the latest Swatch collections and explore the world of Swatch at their latest store in VivoCity.
Founded in 1983 in Biel, Switzerland. Swatch revolutionized the Swiss watch industry with its spirited design, pioneering technology and momentous success from the first Swatch Originals to the Skin and an amazing variety of Swatch Irony watches.
Elite Spine Centres is a new and improved model of healthcare combining the best in professional Chiropractic analysis, advanced therapeutic technologies, rehabilitative exercise and customised nutritional and lifestyle coaching programs. The brand aims to provide a unique combination of safe and effective, modern therapeutic technologies to go along with specific Chiropractic, making them the recognised leader for conservative care in Singapore.
While Chiropractic care is the central pillar for reaching optimum health, at Elite Spine Centres they also recognise the contribution that modern technology and therapies can provide in order to help their patients feel better faster and speed up the natural healing process. They aim to provide a unique combination of safe and effective, modern therapeutic technologies to go along with specific Chiropractic to make them the recognised leader for conservative care in Singapore.
Dr. Michael Bryant (Chiropractic, USA) brings you his professional and compassionate hands-on approach to patient care along with a wide range of advanced, effective and safe technologies all under one roof. They invite you to go and experience for yourself the Elite Spine difference and take your health to the next level!
The Art Fund Gallery (TAF Gallery), a newly formed art venture in Singapore has launched their first exhibition with the installment of a series of contemporary art from Mongolia introducing 10 artists and over 100 pieces of artwork at their private gallery located on Cairnhill Road. The inaugural exhibition called Colour Up My Life features the debut of investment quality Mongolian art in Singapore.
A first of its kind and the biggest private collection outside of Mongolia, Colour Up My Life is a compendium of artwork representing Mongolia’s rich artistic heritage. This rare and beautifully varied collection depicts Mongolian landscape, horses and wildlife, nomadic life, the seasons and abstract art by 10 of Mongolia’s finest artists whose solo works have been featured in Europe and the UK and now collectively in Singapore.
Founded in 2018 by three partners with a passion for art and investment, Dr. Lanz Chan, Mr. Argun Boldkhet and Mr. Mark Foo, TAF Gallery is an art space with a mission to bring international artists, collectors, enthusiasts and art dealers together to create new possibilities and opportunities for the art community and charity organisations.
All three partners of TAF Gallery are involved professionally in various companies specializing in new technology (AI), Fintech, energy and the environment.
The gallery space is 6,000 sq ft set over two floors and is currently home to over 100 works of art by the very best Mongolian artists. Viewings are by appointment only.
Richard Orlinski is the best-selling French contemporary artist in the world. The newly-opened Richard Orlinski Gallery at Marina Bay Sands is a pop art concept store where you can find his statement art pieces.
Richard Orlinski's sculptures are inspired by the « Born Wild » concept and are a reflection of a profound contemplation on animal instincts and human nature. His style is modern and never gives way to trash, extravagance or passing trends.
His leitmotiv is to make art accessible to the greatest number of people possible. While his work is exhibited in more than 90 galleries across the globe, he doesn’t hesitate to break codes by exposing for free and in the open-air in places such as the French Alps or cities like Paris or Cannes. He also enjoys displaying his work in atypical places and meeting with his fans.
Curious by nature and eager to express his creativity through other disciplines he also has a passion for music, cinema and theater. His electro-pop singles have been on top of the charts in France as well as abroad.
His autobiography has just been published by the number one French publishing company Michel Lafon.
Montblanc’s longest-standing boutique here reopens with a lavish & updated look in celebration of the German brand’s 25th year in Singapore.
Created by designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, the boutique expresses the German company’s values of European craftsmanship, heritage sophistication, and performance and innovation.
The boutique now offers an even more immersive and luxurious shopping experience featuring an instant embossing station for small leather goods, and a wider selection of Montblanc timepieces, writing instruments and refined leather goods.
Olivia Burton take inspiration from vintage and catwalk trends to create a range of stylish and covetable accessories. Olivia Burton pieces are feminine, fun and collectable.â Its concept store is now open at ION Orchard.
The British accessories brand was founded by best friends and ex-fashion buyers Jemma and Lesa, who met on their first day at the London College of Fashion. They bonded over a love of design, a passion to start their own business and a mutual struggle to find a watch that they wanted to wear.
Lovers of vintage, the pair would trawl through antique markets to find timepieces, but, whilst beautiful, the cogs would often stop and start. After graduation, the girls went on to pursue successful careers in fashion buying, clocking up time at diverse fashion brands such as Topshop, ASOS and Selfridges. All the while, the idea of going it alone was gathering momentum until the day in 2011 when Jemma and Lesa made the leap, quit their jobs and set about creating their own beautiful, unique watches from the kitchen table.
Named after Lesa’s great aunt whose spirited approach and energy was a huge inspiration to the girls, Olivia Burton debuted its first collection in September 2012. Its covetable, collectable styles, which now include a striking jewellery line-up, are inspired by vintage finds and the latest catwalk trends.
Designs are brought to life at the brand’s pretty East London studio, where Jemma and Lesa work closely with their small team to ensure every piece is tweaked to perfection. Think intricate hand-illustrations, beautiful references to nature and must-have colour palettes.â
The new Montblanc boutique concept at its Paragon location communicates a true expression of luxury in an inviting and relaxed atmosphere.
Through the eyes of designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, the immersive retail environment introduces a pure and unclutterered aesthetic, mixing black, white and wood, revealing the collections in a display that enhances the fine qualities of each piece.
For the past 100 years Montblanc is a synonymous for the very highest writing culture, while the white star emblem symbolizes the snow-covered peak of the Mont Blanc – the highest European mountain, standing for the brand’s commitment to the highest quality and finest craftsmanship.
Now Montblanc’s product range has been expanded to include luxury watches, high-quality leather goods, jewellery, eyewear and fragrances.
Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer opens its ION Orchard boutique after moving to a new location in the same mall.
Occupying over 1,162 square feet, the ION Orchard boutique is the first of three TAG Heuer stores in Singapore to reflect their new concept.
Inspired by TAG Heuer’s #DontCrackUnderPressure motto, the boutique flaunts a spectacularly futuristic spirit that is evoked by a brilliant interplay of eye-popping colours and textures. Pop by and see what's new!
On Wednesday, May 24, luxury timepiece brand Breguet celebrated the reopening of its Marina Bay Sands boutique. The House relocated its previous 115 sqm store to a more spacious 134 sqm in the premier luxury shopping destination, The Shoppes.
Breguet is a Swiss manufacturer of luxury watches, founded in Paris in the year of 1775. Currently it is part of The Swatch Group and its timepieces are now (since 1976) produced in Vallée de Joux in Switzerland.
Breguet contributes to the heritage and culture of Europe through partnerships with St.Petersburg’s Hermitage Museum, the Château de Versailles and Louvre in Paris plus numerous philharmonic orchestras and many others.
Some of Breguet's famous patrons include; Queen Marie-Antoinette, Napoleon Bonaparte, Talleyrand, Selim III, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, Caroline Murat, Tsar Alexander I, Queen Victoria and Winston Churchill all succumbed to the art of Breguet.
Specialising in watch winders, Orient Crown's flagship store is now at The Shoppes, Marina Bay Sands.
Orient Crown's watch winders are designed to articulate sheer luxury and ensure absolute functionality. Each of their unique watch winders features timeless elegance detailing-from the velvet smooth interior to cautiously crafted exterior finishing. Every watch winder is supported by the state-of-the–art Japanese mechanism, keeping fine watches wound up and ready to wear at all times. Their watch winders not only look good as a show case for exquisite time pieces but also enhance the life span of fine watches.
Patek Philippe & Co. boutique re-opens at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands after two months of renovations.
Patek Philippe & Co. is a Swiss watch manufacturer founded in 1851, located in Geneva and the Vallée de Joux. It designs and manufactures timepieces and movements, including some of the most complicated mechanical watches. Their 152sqm boutique at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands is elegantly furnished with precious woods, plush leather upholstery, custom made glass, Baccarat crystals and burnished brass finishing.
The Carbon CollectiveÂ is currentlyÂ prepping their 3-storey shophouse dining & retailÂ project onÂ South Bridge Road.Â
There will be a 35-seater restaurant and cocktail bar. The restaurant will feature a tapas-style menu of Asian flavours made with a twist using modern European techniques. For the retail part of the concept, they carry furniture and also exquisite timepieces from brands like Louis Moinet, Grieb & Benzinger and Bernard Favre.
BUBEN & ZORWEG delights lovers of fine timepieces with unique masterpieces of craftmanship.
The symbiosis between compelling innovation and exquisite design characterises defines their exclusive objects of time. Selected materials and perfect workmanship fulfil and exceed their customers' highest expectations.
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.
Spanning 1,000 sq ft, the store showcases apparel for both men and women.
Summer 2015 reflects 1990s girl power, exuding a self-confident style while remaining sensual and chic for a contemporary, fresh, energetic and strong look. The collection has something for everyone, helping each woman find her own fashion personality and develop her own unique style. Summer 2015 is all about extreme volume contrasts. Low-wasted XXL pants are in and can be worn with a cropped t-shirt with oversized armholes or a fitted tank top for added effect.
The 2015 man is rock, sophisticated and more fashionable than ever, breaking fashion codes without a second thought. Traditional men’s style comes together with contemporary pieces to create a resolutely modern look. The 2015 look is uncoordinated and mismatched, a delightful collection of unlikely pairings. The 90s are well and truly back with an exhaustive collection of short and long-sleeved linen, chambray, voile and denim shirts, with indigo making a come-back for the full 90s look.
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.
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.
The Rabbit Hole offers you a unique salad experience as they feel that many people have the misconception that salads or anything remotely healthy are boring and would taste awful. They envisioned a cosy café-styled diner appeal instead of the usual stern looking green and white outlooks which most salad bars portrays.
As quality is their top priority, all of their salad dressings are made from scratch freshly with no added preservatives, not store bought nor mass produced. They have over 40 toppings which are reviewed frequently to keep things interesting for you and they are constantly looking for new and unique items to feature on they salad bar. They also have a range of warm premiums/deli products such as premium striploin steak and chicken breast cooked Sous-vide style to retain moisture and seal in the flavors. This is opposed to serving cold and tough meats to top the salad off for those who requires more protein or meat offerings.
The Rabbit Hole always encourages you to craft your very own salads as creating your own meal not only allows you to tune the flavors to your liking but also the process, of making your very own product each time is a great experience for all.
But of course the fuss-free option is available for anyone who prefers. They offer several house salad options which are also constantly reviewed, again to keep things fresh. Their latest gourmet salad creation is the Apple Pie salad; an apple pie inspired salad packing all the savoury taste of an apple pie into a healthy and delicious bowl of salad!
For beverages they serve fresh cold pressed juice which compliments their salads really well and are packed full of nutrients and goodness. They also have specialty blend cold brewed teas which are teas brewed using cold water over prolong periods to squeeze out all the natural sweetness and flavour of the tea blends. Other than that they do offer Gryphon Hot teas as well as simple machine made coffee.
Other than salads and juices, enjoy waffles and ice cream for the mid-day tea break crowd as well as those who cannot finish off their meals without dessert.
The Seawind is an exciting freehold development in a quiet residential enclave of the popular East Coast. Designed to suit a variety of different lifestyles, this 222-unit development consists of condominium units, SOHO-concept residences and townhouses.
Sited on a prime location, traveling to other parts of the island via PIE and ECP is a breeze. A 10 to 15 minutes’ drive take you to Marina Bay New Downtown and the Central Business District. Changi Airport and Changi Business Park. This area is also well-known for its wide array of dining and entertainment options with Parkway Parade - the icon of Katong area, just round the corner. Reputable schools in the vicinity include Tao Nan School, CHIJ Katong Primary School, Victoria Junior College and Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD).
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.
The Museum of Arts & Design's cafè offers a carefully curated range of tasty bites that can be enjoyed in the midst of beautiful art pieces and furnishings. Set against the gallery’s minimalistic and modern dècor, the cafè is an ideal venue for the next corporate luncheon or birthday celebration. The cafè space can also be extended into the galley’s outdoor Sculpture Garden to add a lovely al fresco feature to engagement parties and exquisite dinners.
Enjoy smokes and premium whisky at the bar’s settings that exudes both strong sophistication and a relaxed air of old world charm. The bar is an ideal venue for an informal get together and a great night out with friends and close associates.