Invented in 1898, Lampe Berger’s catalytic diffusion system remains the best at fragrancing the air in your home while diffusing subtle fragrances. Their 3rd outlet which opened in early March is located at Raffles City.
Lampe Berger has been fragrancing and purifying indoor air since 1898. It all began when Maurice Berger, a pharmacy dispenser, invented and patented the first lamp to purify the air in hospital wards.
Thanks to its exclusive burner perfected over the years, there is no equal to Lampe Berger today for cleansing air in the home by truly destroying undesirable smells, while at the same time diffusing delicate indoor fragrances.
This burner is the result of ongoing research and is subject to 6 international patents.
In recent years, Lampe Berger has also installed a technical center in Limoges, capital of ceramics, where a team is dedicated to research and development in the field of catalysis.
Thirsty is the leading craft beer shop in Singapore, offering the largest selection of the most sought after craft beers from around the world. Their latest & 5th outlet is now at Anchorpoint.
With Thirsty, you can create your own six-pack or pick up a mixed case from any of their stores or order craft beers online and get your beers delivered right to your doorstep.
At Thirsty Craft Beer Shop, they love craft beer and they are on a mission to introduce, educate and provide affordable access to delicious craft beers in Singapore. They curate and bring you the best craft beers from around the world.
As Singapore's leading importer and retailer of craft beer, they have stock more than 300 flavourful and aromatic craft beers that are nothing like the generic, mass-market, commercial beers that are commonly found elsewhere.
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.
Play is a child’s work and The Better Toy Store is a child’s workshop of award-winning toys carefully selected for excellence in play value, design, quality and impact on the environment. Every toy they choose is evaluated for these qualities and they do not compromise because they believe children deserve the best. Anything else is just not good enough. Their latest store will be opening soon at Paragon.
In 1987, The Original Toy Store started as a tiny store that made sustainability its foundation and good design its cornerstone. Only the best toys from award-winning brands the world over, were painstakingly sourced and presented in a one-of-a-kind experiential shop environment.
In 2004, to better communicate their brand, they renamed ourselves The Better Toy Store because, in a nutshell, their toys are simply, better.
To this day, only Educational, Beautiful, Safe and Environment-friendly Toys are chosen.
Fifty years after its launch, Chicco now distributes a complete range of products in more than 120 countries, combining functionality and security, technology and design, to meet the needs of children and parents. Their new store at Paragon will open this April.
Their mission has always been to make a baby smile, helping mums and dads in their baby’s growth journey. They provide safe solutions which are designed to meet the demands of babies as they progress through the growth phases, because for them; happiness is a journey that starts when one is a baby.
MUJI, originally founded in Japan in 1980, offers a wide variety of good quality products including household goods, apparel and food. Mujirushi Ryohin, MUJI in Japanese, translates as “no-brand quality goods.” Their latest outlet will be opening soon at Plaza Singapura.
MUJI's products, born from an extremely rational manufacturing process, are succinct, but they are not in the minimalist style. That is, they are like empty vessels. Simplicity and emptiness yield the ultimate universality, embracing the feelings and thoughts of all people.
There are more than 700 MUJI stores around the world, carrying more than 7,000 items ranging from clothing and household goods to food and even houses.
Emirates Leisure Retail (ELR), one of the fastest growing travel retail groups globally, has opened to welcome its first guests to The Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck at Singapore Changi Airport, Terminal 3 (T3).
Following ELR’s successful bid for three concessions at Changi Airport, The Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck is the first ELR outlet to open. Already winning praise, the spacious premium casual-dining eatery provides guests the option of dining from the all-day menu or relaxing with a drink at the bar.
Travellers can enjoy the acclaimed celebrity chef’s renowned interpretation of global comfort fare using only the freshest quality, locally-sourced ingredients. Set in a stunning outlet with a raised kitchen platform and a feature pizza oven at its heart, the outlet’s open plan design allows guests a perfect view of the team’s excitement and energy on the culinary stage.
The outlet boasts a selection of dishes that are unique to Changi Airport, such as the Spicy Chicken Potstickers, Asian BBQ Chicken Pizza, Steamed Scottish Salmon Hong Kong Style, and the Australian Ribeye with Kalbi Glaze. The menu will also feature one of Wolfgang’s signature dishes, the Chicken Salad, with napa cabbage, wontons, cashews and a ginger-sesame vinaigrette. Breakfast options include the Eggs & Hash Bowl with sausage and Smoked Salmon Bagel.
For travellers looking for a refined dining experience at Changi Airport during the day, The Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck also offers artisanal pizza, gourmet sandwiches, pasta, salads and entrees. Guests can also enjoy a range of specialty cocktails and Wolfgang Puck’s own label of premium Red and White wine.
First established in 1977 as an independent retail store, Royal Sporting House has since grown into a multi-brand, multi-store network that offers a wide selection of apparel, footwear, accessories and equipment from international sports brands like Reebok, Speedo, Nautica, Sperry and Wilson.
They now have an outlet store at MacPherson so you can get all your sporting needs at up to 70% off.
Providing an enjoyable shopping experience for the sports enthusiast, Royal Sporting House's strong presence in Singapore is a result of their commitment to building trust and long-term relationships with their customers and partners. The epitome of “sports as lifestyle”, Royal Sporting House and Stadium encapsulate the crossover of sports into the realm of fashion and lifestyle.
Brands available at the new outlet store include Reebok, Saucony, Speedo, CAT, Merrell, Wilson, Mizuno, Ted Baker and more.
Seed Heritage is one of Australia's most loved and talked about premium childrenswear brands, providing outstanding outfit solutions from top-to-toe for babies, boys, and girls, between the ages of 0 through to 10 year olds and now a teen collection for girls and boys between the ages of 8 to 14 years old.
Their 4th boutique in Singapore will be opening soon at Paragon.
Seed Heritage was born in 2000 in a small shop in Melbourne, Australia. The founder of Seed Heritage was inspired by the need for a unique and compelling shopping experience that made children and their parents feel connected through great design.
Today, Seed Heritage is one of the most widely recognised Australian labels with beautifully designed clothing & accessories for Women, Teen, Child & Baby.
Seed has over 200 locations in Australia, 5 in New Zealand, 6 in Hong Kong and 4 in Singapore.
Launching soon, Trio @ Sam Leong (formerly Sam Leong Mansion) is a new freehold commercial development at Sam Leong Road. Just a 5-min walk from Farrer Park MRT station.
Trio comprises of 43 strata titled shops and Food & Beverage units in a 4-storey building with 2 basements.Trio is a unique commercial launch that features retails, restaurants, and entertainment. In addition to being a favorable commercial development, it also comes as a rare freehold when most of other developments come with 99-year leasehold, making it perfect for business or investment purpose.
TOKYU HANDS is pleased to have their 3rd store at Suntec City and will continue to present the same level of freshness, excitement and fun like their 2 other retail outlets. Visit them for an enjoyable shopping experience, sassily in time to prepare for this Christmas season!
What type of shop is TOKYU HANDS? TOKYU HANDS deals with all kinds of products, such as high-quality and high-functional livingware, fancy made-in-Japan bags, convenient travel goods, the latest Japanese stationery, unique articles, topical beauty products, and tools and materials for DIY. There is something for everybody.
Mi Home, a retail store and experience center is now at Suntec City. Come by to check out all your favourite Mi products, including those that have not been launched here in Singapore!
The new retail shop offers a range of products including the latest Mi Max and Redmi smartphones as well as home and lifestyle products including Mi Drone, Mi Notebook, Mi Rice Cooker, QiCYCLE electric foldable bike, ZhiMi Smart DC Inverter fan, Mi Air Purifier, Xiaomi 70-inch Smart TV and more.
Willow & Huxley is a multi-label store with a difference, and is now also available to you at Tanglin Mall. Bringing exclusive brands from around the world, Willow & Huxley puts together a well-curated wardrobe for your urban needs.
Not only are their determined team of buyers dedicated to bringing the latest cult and emerging fashion and jewellery brands to Singapore, but the store itself is a welcoming and friendly environment. Rediscover the pleasure of shopping in a store that stocks an ever-changing range of items and encourages you to take your time perusing the rails, trying on pieces and, should you wish - seek advice from their knowledgeable, yet down to earth sales staff.
183 Longhaus is situated at 183 Upper Thomson Road. There are both commercial retail stores to cater to company owners as well as residential units for own stay consists of of numerous unit type to cater for your needs.
183 Longhaus residential units were created to provide property-seekers a cozy house to remain with. The broad units along with the fine furnishings are ideal for that home sweet home you’re seeking. The commercial retail stores house restaurant and cafes where great food place a standard for the region to bring back the sweet memories of former Longhouse eating house.
You can get the luxury of entertainment and shopping needs from the nearby malls like myVillage, Thomson Plaza, Junction 8 and NEX Shopping Mall. You can even select from a wide selection of cuisines from food centers and the nearby eateries Newton Food Centre and Loysel’s Playthings, like Fusion Bistro.
Joining the cluster of cool boutique hotels, cafés and restaurants at this gritty part of Little India, Jalan Besar is now home to a new wellness concept. Launched by Prime Group International, the company behind Prime Supermarket, Mahota Commune is a trendy space at Kitchener Complex.
The store aims to promote healthy living through a grocer offering organic produce and health food products, a restaurant and café and a traditional Chinese medicine clinic, all located within a shared space. Besides shopping and dining options, there are wellness activities such as yoga sessions, free weekday meditation classes and free Sunday morning walks around the neighbourhood The store also hosts wine tasting sessions as well as symposiums and pop-up markets.
K+ Curatorial Space is a new multi-concept shop – where art meets retail meets community. With the continued support of Scotts Square, the over 4,000 square feet space, which is nearly three times the size of its previous premise, features a larger Gallery space, a Retail space and a new Community space.
The Retail space sees BooksActually, GoodStuph, Kinetic, Pomelo,
Supermama and Tofu Design curate and sell a range of lifestyle products, literature, furniture, and apparel that showcases the best of Singapore’s creative scene.
The Community space allows creative practitioners, students, start- ups, as well as art and design enthusiasts to network, mingle and interact freely so that fresh ideas and cross-disciplinary collaborations can be nurtured.
The new Waterway Point is a four-storey shopping mall with over 200 tenants – ranging from fashion to F&B, furnishings, and entertainment.
Retail therapy awaits at Waterway Point with not one, but two major fashion brands: H&M and Uniqlo. Both stores are scheduled to officially open in January and, true to form, you can expect in-store promotions and special giveaways.
Waterway Point is also home to the 1,500-seat Shaw Theatres IMAX.
Just like how MBS has Marina Bay, the new Waterway Point boasts impressive views of the Punggol Waterway – offering visitors a chance to experience it with a 24-hour boardwalk and several al fresco dining options.
A progressive retail and F&B destination with a bookstore, café, cafeteria, bar and store in a continuous space, Gallery & Co. is housed within the historic City Hall wing of the National Gallery Singapore.
Distinctly Asian yet possessing a global perspective, it is a unique platform spanning art, design, culture, F&B and retail, to inspire curiosity and a sense of discovery. Through projects that respect craft, creativity and the creative process, Gallery & Co. espouses an artful way of living.
Comprising Singaporean industry leaders Loh Lik Peng (Unlisted Collection), Yah-Leng Yu and Arthur Chin (Foreign Policy Design), as well as Alwyn Chong (Luxasia), & Co. is a collective with a shared vision to create interdisciplinary concepts that promote cross-cultural dialogues.
Today, LOEWE approaches 170 years as one of the world’s major luxury houses, defined by the modernity of its past, an unwavering confidence in the present, and a firm look forward.
Craftsmanship, progress and unequalled expertise with leather, LOEWE’s founding pillars, are reconfigured with a timely awareness evident in desirable and functional products across multiple categories, including ready-to-wear, accessories, home and lifestyle.
Spain is where LOEWE was born and remains the brand’s home. While its current landscape contains elements from places near and far and the Spanish legacy is expressed in modern ways, the heart of LOEWE still beats in Madrid, where all of its world-renowned leather goods continue to be manufactured.
Singapore Post Centre (SPC) will be redeveloped into the first retail mall here to combine brick-and-mortar shops and online shopping - all under one roof.
The new mall will revolutionize retail concepts for consumers and retailers alike.
Consumers will be able to browse in-store, purchase the product and arrange for delivery of the product directly to their home. The consumer could then continue shopping, watch a movie or have a meal in the mall without having to carry bulky shopping bags. The retailer, on the other hand, will be able to save on storage space in the store as fulfillment would be done at the back-end of the warehouse.
The new retail mall at SPC will consist of four above ground levels and one basement, an eight-hall Golden Village cineplex, SingPost's flagship post office, retail shops, Kopitiam food court as well as other food and beverage outlets.
Ukulele Movement (UM) is an initiative launched to increase the awareness and appreciation of ukulele in Singapore and beyond. This movement connects ukulele enthusiasts through regular events (performances, concerts, workshops) and activities like open mic, uke outings/meetups etc.
UM is also the first music retail shop in Singapore specialising in all-things-ukulele, offering a wide selection of high quality ukuleles imported from reputable brands, instructional materials and lessons, catering to people of all levels and ages.
Spizza Mercato kicks up the usual gastronomic experience by another notch, introducing the traditional Dine-In, Take-Away and Self-Collection with an added Retail all under one roof! Not only can you dine-in at the cosy Italian setting in the midst of a bustling Piazza, you can now grab-and-go your favourites on busy days by simply placing your self-collection orders online or via Spizza’s mobile app.
You can even recreate your favourite pizzas or pastas at your home sweet home with uniquely Spizza specialties, ingredients and kitchenware used at our own kitchen, available for purchase at Mercato’s retail corner.
South Beach Tower -the office component of the South Beach development, encompasses over 46,000 square metres of Grade A office space. The 34-storey north facing tower is characterised by its convenient location and proximity to some of Singapore’s most iconic landmarks including Raffles Hotel, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, and the Marina Bay Sands integrated resort.
Located within the city’s most dynamic business hub, South Beach Tower has an added advantage of direct connectivity to the Esplanade MRT and City Hall MRT Interchange while also being served by major roads and expressways linking it to the Central Business District, the airport, and all parts of the city. With South Beach Tower only minutes away from Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre and the Central Business District, it is ideally positioned as the new global hub in the heart of Downtown Singapore.
South Beach Residences, located in the upper half of the South Tower of the development comprises 190 elegantly designed residential units and penthouses from levels 23 to 45. The luxurious residences command 360 degree panoramic and unsurpassed views sweeping across Marina Bay all the way through to the CBD skyline, and the Orchard shopping district.
Residents are provided with an alternative venue for entertaining guests at either of the two luxurious sky gardens which have exclusively been designed by world renowned French designer, Philippe Starck, to infuse contemporary style with ecological design. Adding to the glamour of South Beach Residences, each unit is detailed with only the finest finishes and a fully equipped kitchen fitted with high end state-of the-art appliances that guarantee long term quality and efficiency. The lavishly spaced elite residential apartments promise each of their residents a new living experience which will redefine the concept of inner city living to world class standards.
South Beach Avenue -the retail component of the South Beach development, encompasses over 60,000 square feet of space with direct connectivity to the Esplanade and City Hall MRT.The retail space is spread across the entire basement, street level as well as the conservation building.
The microclimatic canopy which shelters the retail spaces will provide pedestrians, shoppers and diners with a high level of thermal comfort throughout the day and a naturally ventilated shelter from the worst of the city’s tropical climate. One can enjoy an exquisite all-day dining in a sunken plaza built for natural comfort and convenience. The conserved blocks on site have been restored to provide maximum flexibility of space. The conserved block is designed to strategically function as a large space for innovative concepts and high end brands.
The South Beach is a 654-room luxury H.I.P. (Highly Individualised People and Places) hotel located at the south of Beach Road in the Marina Bay area, and stands as a visionary development at the gateway to Singapore’s thriving city centre and historic Civic District.
Designed by renowned French designer Philippe Starck, London-based Foster + Partners in partnership with international architecture firm Aedas, the development cleverly merges the old blocks of Beach Road Camp and the new South Beach Club with two ultra-modern 34- and 45-storey towers.
With emphasis on Imaginative Social Spaces that cater to the need for being ‘Alone Together’, The South Beach is a Hotel of Design which aims to further promote the luxury H.I.P. hotel concept to the region and set new hospitality standards by Creating Infinite Experiences for, and with you.
A lifestyle destination in itself, The South Beach resides on the edge of the Civic District and is walking distance from Esplanade train station (MRT) and City Hall train station (MRT). The hotel is also surrounded by a myriad of shopping malls and infinite points of interests. This includes the Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, the ArtScience Museum, National Gallery Singapore and multicultural neighbourhoods such as Arab Street as well as historical landmarks like the Civilian War Memorial.
The South Beach is where the inspired and aspired gather to build connections and/or indulge in quietude; where work and play seamlessly come together.
You can't miss this quaint little cafe along Jalan Bukit Ho Swee. You will be greeted with a splash of colour and its vintage decor. After all, Le Halo is not just an all-day breakfast cafe, it is also a vintage shop. In collaboration with Chair-ish The Moments, an online vintage shop that has a small retail space with some of their products beautifully merged together in the café.
The Chinese zodiac animal drawings on the wall are designed by Joseph Wong, a senior manger of a foreign Bank, specially commissioned and shaped like toast in line with the cafe's logo and face left or right in line with feng shui configurations. Its owner Elia Lim is a new kid in the business as well. Everything about the cafe mirrors her own life - bubbly, bright, honest and all heart. She takes the name "Le" from the Chinese character "kuai le" meaning happy. And "halo"? Well, she hopes you taste a bit of heaven in her food creations. It may be a 9-minute walk from Tiong Bahru MRT station but the walk will be worth it.
The Piggy Stew is Le Halo's best selling item so far. Slow cooked to full flavour with generous chunks of pork, it is served with fingers of crispy buttered toast, making them the perfect companion for this dish.
The niche lifestyle and magazine brand Monocle has set up a café, bureau and retail shop in Singapore.
The Monocle is a global affairs and lifestyle magazine founded by Canadian Tyler Brûlé, and has cafes only in London’s Chiltern Street and Tokyo’s Hankyu Men’s. The Singapore outlet makes its 3rd café.
74 Jalan Kelabu Asap is a 2-storey terrace shophouse. The outside area has seats within a garden where you can relax or work whilst sipping on a cuppa.
On the other side is a retail section with bags, clothing, accessories and of course Monocle magazines on set. Expect the likes of Comme des Garcons and Porter.