Honeymill at Paragon is the world’s first honey store to offer cups of different honey drinks mixed and perfected by a robot. They also offer a diverse range of honeys from all over the world, snacks such as breadsticks with honey crème dip, and healthy no-bake cakes that contains no preservatives & no colouring.
Their mission is to bring happiness and healthiness to their customers with "THe Taste of Joy". Savour "The Taste of Joy" and sample their honeys at their newly-opened Paragon store or visit their website and get it delivered from hive to jar to your door.
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 safety, quality, play value, design, and impact on the environment.
Every toy at the store is evaluated for these qualities, together with age-appropriateness and open-endedness; allowing a different facet of play as the child grows and changes in ability and interest.
The Better Toy Store does not compromise because they believe that every child deserves the best - anything else is just not good enough.
Malaysian bakery chain Lavender has expanded to Singapore. Bringing their most popular bakes to their newly-opened Singapore outlet at Jewel Changi Airport, fans from Singapore no longer need to cross the border for their delicious creations.
Lavender is an artisanal bakery and patisserie. Using Japanese and French pastry making techniques, the bakery creates premium quality desserts and baked goods that not only nourish the body, but also delight the senses.
Working closely with local farmers and various purveyors, the bakery ensures that only safe and quality ingredients are used in their products.
Scoop Wholefoods at Tanglin Mall offer a wide variety of raw organic and natural wholefoods for their customers at affordable prices combined with flexible, quantity and selection. From nuts, dried fruits, spices, rice, pasta, tea and chocolates to freshly made nut butters and so much more.
Specialising in bulk bins, Scoop Wholefoods is committed to reducing peoples dependence on single use plastic. You won't find a plastic bag in their store.
Scoop Wholefoods source their products primarily from certified Australian and New Zealand growers and suppliers. They make every effort to ensure that other products come from ethical and sustainable sources.
In order to keep carbon footprint as light as possible, they make minimum use of packaging and chemicals in their activities as part of their contribution to the local community and the long term well-being of our planet for this and future generations.
A culture needs a home and a proper theatre. The house on the hill, with its beauty and mantle of history, was ideal. The Alkaff Mansion is today a multi-concept Food & Beverage destination housing the Basque-centred TXA Pintxo Bar and UNA, while also housing all-day floral café Wildseed Café – each distinct and embodying a different character.
Restored and relaunched, Alkaff Mansion has become the centre of Basque culture and lifestyle. The greenery and hills, the visible coastline, echo the Basque homeland; the history and architecture, the centrality of food and social life, further the parallels.
The Alkaff Mansion celebrates, indeed flaunts, all things Basque: capturing its verve and heart; showcasing its produce, cuisine and wine. It does this in truest authenticity through a profound partnership with Basqvium, keeper, curator and tireless advocate of Basque cuisine and culture both in and outside Spain. Hand-in-hand with Basqvium through the shared platform of Basque Culinary Institute, 1-Group unites key facets of the essential Basque to create The Alkaff Mansion.
The deep synergy reflects into the experience in multiple ways, seen and unseen: through the rare Basque wine and spirits served in-house, the exclusive Basque produce and authentic Basque flavours, all the way to the Basque members within the team. The cuisine especially benefits from the inclusion of Basque chefs, Marta Elvira Segalés and Silvana Pascual Romero, into 1-Group’s own Spanish Cuisine Development Team which also comprises 1-Group’s talents such as Head Chef Tom Kung of UNA. Day to day, these key members of this development team also take personal care of kitchen operations at The Alkaff Mansion, so that research and theory becomes real; materialising in plate after plate of Basque cuisine on the plate of The Alkaff Mansion diners.
Seated on its hilltop, the Alkaff Mansion has witnessed the passage of time for a hundred years. This 2-storey Tudor-style building was built in 1918 by a member of the prominent Arab family, the Alkaffs.
In 2005, the Alkaff Mansion was accorded conservation building status by the URA, ensuring its key architectural features would be preserved for posterity. Following a number of years when it was left vacant, the mansion was again restored in 2011 to become an Italian restaurant until 2016. The second makeover cost another S$5 million.
Keds started designing sneakers for women in 1916 with a simple, yet chic take on canvas footwear. Their goal was and still is to empower women to be who they want to be and go where they want to go. Check out their newest store at VivoCity.
Founded in 1916, Keds redefined footwear with the introduction of the Champion sneaker. The iconic design was one of the first options to provide women with accessible, fashionable footwear and ignited a style revolution. For more than 100 years, Keds have been worn by iconic women such as Audrey Hepburn, Katharine Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, Jackie O and Yoko Ono.
Celebrating its centennial year in 2016, Keds looks forward to another century of designing innovation collections, championing female empowerment and putting Ladies First.
D2-i at Paragon is a hub for uniquely selected contemporary designers from Indonesia. First of its kind in Singapore, the D2-i store presents a new interpretation on the Indoneisnan fashion style, with unexpected designs for those who want to be different.
Collections from Indonesia's rising brands including Ali Charisma, Novita Yunus, Sav Lavin, Rengganis, B'Lux, Aldre, Sofie and many ore, offer an exicting range of fashion for women, men and handcrafted accessories such as jewellery and bags.
Food delivery giant Deliveroo has launched its biggest and most innovative Editions site in Singapore, located at Alice@Mediapolis. The site, called Deliveroo Food Market features 10 kitchens and a 40-seater dine-in space powered by a futuristic fully-automated ordering experience in collaboration with eatsa, a San Francisco-based technology automation company. Nine restaurants including Bonchon Chicken, Omakase Burger and Blu Kouzina will offer their unique cuisines at Deliveroo Food Market.
Deliveroo Editions is the company's revolutionary concept of delivery-only kitchens - now a world-wide phenomenon. Deliveroo's Food Market sites build on this by adding a dine in space for customers. Deliveroo is passionate about food and wants to champion local favorites, taking them to new areas for customers to enjoy great variety and more choice. This is all about adding a greater selection for customers.
"We are committed to growth in Singapore and Deliveroo Food Market at Alice@Mediapolis is our biggest and most innovative site yet, with self-serve kiosks and digital cubbies making the order and pick up process much more efficient for both customers and restaurants. As a company, we are all about food and believe in investing in the latest technology to provide the best experience for all customers, whether they choose to dine in or have food delivered to their doorsteps," said Siddharth Shanker, General Manager, Deliveroo Singapore.
The concept store is located at 45 Maxwell Road and it occupies a space of more than 980 sq ft on the ground floor.
There are several unique features of the Huggs-Epigram Coffee Bookshop. Firstly, it is the first bookshop here to offer only Singapore books. These are books written about Singapore, books written by Singaporean authors or books published by Singaporean publishers. The bookshop will not only stock books by Epigram, but those from other Singapore publishers, along with URA books and literature – in all, more than 400 titles will be stocked at any one time.
Another unique feature of the coffee bookshop is that one table will be allocated to an author or artist during opening hours. The author/artist can use the space to write or draw, share a drink with customers, or simply use it to gain inspiration. Visitors to the coffee bookshop can also get their books signed by these content creators.
For those seeking a brew (coffee brew, that is) with their books, the Huggs-Epigram Coffee Bookshop will serve the full range of speciality coffees by Huggs Coffee, ranging from espresso-based to Sumatra coffees (local-style coffee), along with convenient bites such as pastries, wraps, sandwiches, cakes and sweets, and wholesome lunch sets.
The design of the Huggs-Epigram Coffee Bookshop also differs from other book cafes. Facing the coffee counter, for example, is an 11m-long bookshelf that isn’t merely a display area for books, but also lends itself well for Instaworthy moments.
With its location near Maxwell Food Centre and Ann Siang Hill, the Huggs-Epigram Coffee Bookshop makes it an ideal place to be a one-stop shop for readers interested in picking up Singaporean literature, or tourists who want to pick up a memento of Singapore, or those who simply want a good mug of kopi and a good read.
Read local, drink local – it’s time for everyone to hold Singapore in their hands.
Online lingerie retailer, Perk by Kate, has opened their multi-label lingerie studio at 134A Telok Ayer Street.
Perk by Kate was conceived in 2012 by Kate Low, a digital marketing professional who spent a good part of her youth honing her skills in both the technology and luxury fashion retail industries. She often spends on lingerie but not on clothing, and often laments the lack of lingerie choices out there, which are either too expensive or too impractical. With her never-try-never-know attitude, Kate started perk by kate from home, and first retailed small-scale lingerie brands from the US and UK, the most notable of which were Eberjey and Honeydew Intimates.
Trendspace (formerly known as JTC Furniture Hub @ Sungei Kadut) is Singapore’s first high-rise multi-tenanted development housing both furniture and furniture-related companies. It is set to house a thriving ecosystem of furniture industry players in areas such as manufacturing, interior fit out, design and distribution. The clustering of furniture players at the Hub will enable companies to share resources and foster synergies and collaborations.
The Hub comprises large modular factory units of about 500 to 1,000 sqm with the flexibility of expanding the space to larger floor plates of up to 3,000 sqm. The Hub will also feature trade showrooms, a training institute, an experience centre, a resource library and an e-commerce fulfilment centre.ââ
Get your Onitsuka Tiger sneaker fix at their newest store located in Ngee Ann City. Their vibrant new store is the label's 5th and also the largest store here in Singapore.
Established in 1949, Onitsuka Tiger began with a commitment to promoting youth health. The legend lives on today in the fusion of Japanese athletic heritage and modern flair. With designs ranging from updated classics to refreshing new styles and collaborations with like-minded artists, the spirit of Japan resonates in each new Onitsuka Tiger collection.
Backed by 70 years of experience in manufacturing premium upholstery furniture, Chateau d'Ax is now in Singapore! They take pride in bringing quality Italian furniture that add beauty and functional comfort to any home. Visit their showroom at Palais Renaissance.
Chateau d’Ax is a leading manufacturer of upholstery furniture. Since 1948 Chateau d’Ax creates exclusive products. Helmed by the Colombo family for three generations, Chateau d’Ax upholds the strong values of family tradition, craftsmanship, quality, and unbeatable comfort.
Today, Chateau d’Ax is a leading Italian brand with more than 450 stores in 84 countries. Every day 2500 families in the world buy a sofa in one of the 450 monobrand Chateau d’Ax stores. Unique designs set their sofas apart from others. Every sofa comes with a choice of leather or fabric coverings that offer freedom of design.
Roche Bobois, the French worldwide leading brand in design and distribution of high-end furniture has proudly announced the grand opening of its Singapore showroom with a brand-new design concept. The new showroom spans over 5,300 square-feet and features an expansive floor-to-ceiling window to frame the beautiful selection of Roche Bobois’s best collections in a dynamic space; this elegant showroom opening also marks another milestone in the brand's significant expansion in the Asia-Pacific region.
Located at ground level of Boon Siew Building along Bukit Timah Road, the Roche Bobois Singapore Showroom possesses a wide store front to entice passers-by to peek into its luxe interior, which from a distance resembles a jewel box.
The new showroom of Singapore enjoys an incredibly large window that brings visibility and light to the showroom. The focus is indeed to highlight that advantage, and thanks to a mirror illusion, they have created a double exposure that makes the showroom look bigger. Inspiration has been found in the green space in the surroundings. The illusion of an outdoor space within the showroom has been created, giving the impression that indoor and outdoor spaces are a single and same place. The light wood flooring is chosen to go with that peaceful indoor garden ambiance and highlight the gorgeous green wall. While the geometric indoor partition creates an open space, the dark walls disappear to leave the eye attracted by the light, creating depth in the showroom.
Roche Bobois is a ‘story of people’, a ‘family saga’ which is still continuing with descendants of the founders acting as today’scompany directors. It all began with the fateful meeting of two families, the Roches, a family from France with a successful family furniture business since the 1800s, and the Chouchans, immigrants from Russia who in 1950 opened their own furniture showroom in Paris called ‘Au Beau Bois’ (‘beautiful wood’) - a brand name which would later evolve into ‘Bobois’.
Together, they formed a bond with a mission to offer customers high-quality and innovative designs relevant to the time. By theearly 60’s, they had already designed their first collection together. The first Roche Bobois showroom, designed by the visionary architect and designer Pierre Paulin, was opened at the same time on the Boulevard Saint-Germain.
Today, Roche Bobois has more than 265 showrooms in over 55 countries, a true mark of its ambitious, accelerated programme of international growth. After 17 new stores opened in 2017, this growth has continued in 2018 in vibrant cities such as HanoÃ¯, Washington, Tokyo and San Diego among others.
With a growing presence all over the world, Roche Bobois embodies the full diversity of French design. Thanks to its long-established network of European manufacturers and fruitful relationships with talented designers (such as Marcel Wanders, Kenzo Takada, Ora Ito among others) and also with prestigious fashion houses (e.g. Jean Paul Gaultier, Missoni Home), the brand has risen to the challenge of achieving an international presence by offering every client a personalised approach to home design and decor.
The 2019 Hearts of Georg Jensen pendant, designed by Jacqueline Rabun, celebrates the unbreakable bonds between parent and child or other loved ones. The elegant design is a celebration of human connections in the most relatable way: two hearts joined together as one. Available in both sterling silver and 18 karat gold – that offers the perfect opportunity to present a heartfelt gift. Visit the Georg Jensen's flagship store at Takashimaya Shopping Centre to select a special piece for that special someone this Valentine's Day.
Inspired by Singapore's fascinating cultural mix and acceptance, Little Red Dot Gifts at Paragon is a new concept gift shop that celebrates stories from different cultures with a twist of creativity, fun and energy!
Little Red Dot Gifts aims to bring together a curated gift range of Asia's best gifts showcasing the exuberance and tenacity of different cultures.
Huawei, the world’s second largest smartphone manufacturer, has established their second Customer Service Centre in Westgate.
The service centre adds to the company’s ongoing expansion in Singapore and offers a convenient one-stop destination for customers living in the west. The centre will provide a complete range of services including technical support and maintenance repairs to its growing customer base. Fully-trained staff will help to facilitate all in-warranty of up to two years and out-of-warranty services on the spot with loan phones if required. This also includes complimentary screen replacements for the P and Mate smartphone series. Customers can also enjoy a holistic experience right at their fingertips by checking their warranty period and repair status on the Huawei HiCare App, available on the Huawei AppGallery and Google Play Store.
In addition to repair services, the service centre also offers a spectrum of Huawei products where customers can get their hands on the latest offering including mobile phones, tablets, mobile broadband, wearables and accessories. With a suite of services housed under the new service centre, Huawei aims to provide a better customer experience for all.
The opening of the centre comes on the back of an impressive year for Huawei with global smartphone shipments surpassing 200 million in 2018. The company is growing its presence locally with new product offerings to come including smart watches, tablets and laptops.
To date, the company has established 20 Huawei Concept Stores in Singapore for customers to experience its latest offerings.
Every is a multi-concept store where you can find everything you wish to buy when in an authentic Japanese convenience store. You will be surprised by what you can find at Every.
Enjoy daily hot & fresh food prepared by their in-house Japanese chef at their dine-in cafe space, located within the same premise of the store. Patrons can also enjoy different labels of white to red wine from their own automated wine dispensing machine.
UnPackt is the first zero-waste specialty grocer and wholesaler in Singapore to offer packaging-free shopping. Following the debut of their well-received flagship store, they recently established their second store in the heart of the central business district at Downtown Gallery.
You can pick up quality groceries and daily lifestyle products in your own containers. UnPackt helps you to minimize food waste and excessive plastic packaging, while saving you money on your grocery bill.
Unpackt is also a social enterprise which aims to employ single parents and elderly, with an aim to cultivate a conscious community within the neighbourhood.
The Floral Atelier (TFA) unveiled their new store at luxury mall Paragon, three years after the brand first launched in Singapore. The Paragon outlet is the first of more to come as the floral company continues to expand beyond their eCommerce presence and their first atelier in Tiong Bahru.
Since its inception, TFA has sought to introduce a unique experience and aesthetic to the floral scene in Singapore – being the first to introduce products like Bloom Boxes to the market and placing an emphasis on packaging and gifting culture.
Their new Paragon flagship store, located at Unit #03-K1, features an exclusive in-store collection. These include a one-of-a-kind Luxe Marble collection and Signature Petite Bloom Box collection, specially curated for the well-heeled clientele on the go.
There is something new each week at The Floral Atelier Paragon flagship, with a specific colour theme every 7 days. Be romanced by flirty pinks one day, then captivated by passionate reds the following week.
Slow down and smell the roses, you never know what you are going to encounter at their new flagship store.
Hong Kong avant-garde eyewear fashion brand Mujosh has opened their first Singapore outlet at Wisma Atria
Established in 2010, Mujosh infused their unique elements and styles into their designs and they also aim to be a differentiator in the fashion industry competing on superior design, strong fashion themes and trendsetting marketing.
Well known and loved by millions of people across the world, Marks & Spencer offers high quality fashion, award-winning food and stylish homeware. Their VivoCity store has gone through a major revamp and now features an all-new Food Hall & Cafe.
Founded more than a century ago and with 1,000+ stores across 45+ countries, today Marks & Spencer is one of the UK’s leading retailers. They understand the importance of Quality, Value, Service, Innovation and Trust and live by these values in everything that they do. Through constant innovation, they make their own products and tailor the shopping experience to delight customers around the world.
The first Mala brand in Singapore, Mala Mala endeavours to offer a unique spice in your life using a secret blend of old and new. Visit their newly-opened store in VivoCity for their popular ready-to-eat Spicy Mala Flavour Hand-Cut Potato Wedges and Mushroom Chips. Available in 3 levels of Spiciness!
Conceptualised in Singapore, Mala Mala was created out a passion for life. They seek to challenge the conventional by turning the exotic flavours of Mala into the perfect indulgent snack, befitting of all lifestyles and delicate for all walks of life – whichever you are on.
Their secret blend of spices are a result of years of experimentation and research. With the use of highly sought-after spices such as Szechuan chillies, peppercorns and star anise, we promise to deliver a passionate experience anytime, anywhere. Available in hand-cut mushroom chips and potato wedges, get ready for a tantalising and satisfying indulgence.
Niku Kin is a modern Japanese restaurant that specializes in yakiniku and wagyu bowl dishes, which use 100% Hokkaido Wagyu.
The newest addition to the Craig Road neighbourhood, the restaurant blends the freshest and highest quality food and drinks with top level service in a fun and casual environment.
The menu, which changes daily, is created by Chef Tsubo from Hokkaido and focuses on all 32 parts of a Hokkaido bred Wagyu Cow, from rib to rump. Enjoy the marbled meat, cooked on traditional charcoal grills.
Niku Kin is also proud to be a farm-to-table restaurant. You can shop for their wagyu cuts via their online store and enjoy the quality meat in your own home.
CYC, Singapore's Heritage Tailor, has opened their tailoring concept store at The Fullerton Hotel.
Established in 1935, this family-run tailor is one of Singapore’s oldest and best tailors. It counts among its clientele political and business leaders, including Singapore’s first prime minister Lee Kuan Yew.
Since then, CYC has been on a constant journey of reinvention - on top of offering top-of-the-line tailoring service, CYC's tailoring concept store at The Fullerton Hotel features adjustable 'selfie-friendly' fitting room lighting, and a range of casual and formal off-the-rack shirts.
CYC @ Fullerton also stocks a curated range of premium men's accessories from independent labels such as Azthom and Stefano Cau. The range includes imported designer cufflinks, silk ties and pocket squares.
Also available are CYC's recently launched Disney shirt collection, and CYC's Marvel's Avengers shirts. These are original and official collaborations with Disney.
For over 250 years, Hamleys of London has been The Finest Toy Shop in the World bringing magical experiences and joy to children of all ages. Their newest store is set to open at Marina Square soon.
Hamleys rich history began with William Hamley, a Cornishman from Bodmin, England. Mr Hamley dreamed of opening the best toy shop in the world, which was realised when he opened his first shop in London in 1760. Some 255 years later, Hamleys as the Finest Toy Shop in the World, is synonymous with bringing toys to life.
In March 2019, Norwegian fast-casual restaurant chain Pink Fish will be available in Singapore! And not any old location, they’re opening at the brand new development Jewel Changi Airport. The world’s best airport 6 years running. In the midst of the worlds largest indoor waterfalls, a 5-story indoor garden, world class shopping and restaurants you will be able to get your daily fix of Omega3 at Pink Fish.
Pink Fish is a new fast–casual food concept with Norwegian salmon as the star of the show.
Their award-winning chef Geir Skeie had a dream: to bring fresh Norwegian salmon to people all over the world. He imagined a vibrant menu of salmon dishes, packed with delicious international flavours and served to order — fast.
So he shared his dream with two business-savvy friends and the concept was born. A year later they opened their first Pink Fish restaurant in Oslo.
Swiss artisanal chocolate brand, Läderach Chocolatier Suisse is among one of the retail tenants confirmed to open their doors in Jewel Changi Airport next year.
Läderach has stood for top-quality, hand-made Swiss chocolate and confectionery specialities since 1962. They are a family company with around 500 employees that is headquartered in Glarus, Switzerland. They manufacture they own cocoa mass in their chocolate factory, which makes them one of the few premium producers to guarantee sustainable quality from the cocoa bean through to the end product.
The Läderach chocolate family encompasses the brands Läderach Chocolatier Suisse and Läderach Professional. The company has two production sites in Switzerland and one in Germany. Their premium products are sold in their 50 or so proprietary chocolate boutiques with points of sale in Switzerland, Germany and other countries, as well as by specialist retailers and high-level restaurants.
A touch of Italian fashion in time for the festive season; PINKO is now open in ION Ochard.
Founded in the early 90’s by Pietro Negra, President and CEO, and his wife Cristina Rubini, PINKO is an Italian independent fashion brand positioned in the entry to luxury segment. The collections are characterized by a unique and feminine attitude, by an original flair that stands out women’s style.
PINKO speaks to women of different ages, who fully live their femininity; they are curious, have a strong personality and are passionate for fashion.
PINKO represents everyday originality, spontaneous and positive, sparkling the uniqueness of each woman. Always with that elegance, style and quality deeply rooted in its Italian identity.
Reprovisions is a new zero-waste bulk store which is now open in Jurong Point. You can even get freshly grounded nut butter (without any additional oil, salt or sugar) on the spot!
Reprovisions is a bulk food store where you can purchase various unpackaged items through the weigh-and-pay concept.
They serve your needs and cravings as they stock healthful foods such as superfoods, nuts and dried fruits, as well as eclectic indulgences such as long licorice candies and handmade chocolates. They also cater to homemakers and cooking enthusiasts with their range of spice blends, Asian mixes and staples.
At Reprovisions, they aim to provide you with items from the best sources, so you can refill and relish with them!
The Moon on Mosque Street sell books, they have a cafe too and they cater to events of the whimsical sort.
A nest of solace for those lost in the literary (whether by choice or otherwise), a haven for all sorts of whacky and whimsy and a tavern to revitalise the mind, body, and soul.
The Moon you know could be any of these: an abode for celestial beings, a measure of time, a symbol of hope, or the turnings of the tide.
Step through its doors and find yourself bemused, amused, or just in wonder at wherever you choose to get lost into. And while you're at it, sip on tea or have some cake. Just bask in being some place at the same place. Welcome to the Moon.
That’s why they are more than a record store, cafe or a bar. They are a space for gigs, workshops, screenings and talks, too — they strive to connect the music community, bringing them together and providing them with the resources, knowledge and opportunities to create, curate and perform.
Passion for chocolate and careful selection of the best raw ingredients distinguish Venchi since 1978 when it was founded in Piedmont, Italy by Silviano Venchi, a creative young man with a great passion for chocolate. Venchi is also constantly working to develop new ranges that combines the most traditional recipes with new high quality ingredients to explore and discover new chocolate experiences and highs.
At the most recent Paris Gourmet Selection 2017, the Venchi Tiramisu was announced as the winner of the Saveur du Monde (Tastes from the World) category. This award is yet another recognition and validation of Venchi's abilities to innovate while keeping fatihful to its tradition.
Porcelain Origins is the brand’s tribute to all clients who had ever stepped through its doors. On top of that, it is Porcelain’s first concept store that symbolize a space where ideas and concepts originate — beyond the realm of beauty and skincare. A space where paradigm shifts in beauty begin.
With that, Porcelain Origins introduces groundbreaking digital technology throughout the store for an even more personalized, interactive and paper-less experience. Case in point? Porcelain Origins also houses a lounge for its clients: a quaint café that serves light snacks and refreshments, thus enhancing the experience for clients pre- or post-treatment.
Porcelain is a homegrown cult skincare brand and has attained over 40 highly coveted awards in the beauty industry since 2009.
2018 also marks their 6th consecutive year holding the prestigious title of the Best Beauty Spa in Asia at World Luxury Spa Awards.
Supplying the latest and greatest branded street-style and sports fashion goods for over 30 years and with 1000s of exclusive products - JD Sports leads the way.
Bag the latest kicks for your happy feet as JD Sports' Singapore flagship store is officially open in ION Orchard!
JD is the leading specialized multi-channel retailer of branded sports and casual wear in the UK and Europe. Known for their massive collection of exclusives from the biggest and greatest brands across the world for well over 30 years, JD has since established the JD King of Trainers store, dedicated in bringing the most anticipated trainers to the local scene. They are, after all, the Undisputed King of Trainers.
With her slogan “Wearable Art, Limited Edition, Uniquely Singapore”, Sulin Serio has garnered a loyal clientele since the company’s establishment in Singapore (Tanglin Mall,1994) and launch in London (2004). Regulars visit her showroom often in order to be the firsts to choose from her latest range and get personal styling assistance from trained staff. Visit her newly-opened store in Paragon Orchard.
To enhance the uniqueness and value of the brand, most of Sulin Serio designs are one-offs. Sulin accepts appointments with select customers to customize the redesigning of priceless heirloom jade, pearls and gems. She also caters to bespoke requests for bridal and gala dinners.
Besides Sulin Serio originals, they support other artisans' work. They house local brand Daughters Diamonds - a young designer who has quickly accumulated a large and steadily growing following - specialising in bespoke designs using only ethically sourced and GIA certified Diamonds & Gems.
Samsonite for Her at Paragon is Samsonite's first ever concept store designed for ladies.
Truly a space created to answer the fashion needs of today's discerning women, discover a curated collection of signature items from Samsonite, Samsonite RED and Lipault Paris through a diverse range of bags, accessories and luggage suitable for work, travel and play.
The click-and-mortar boutique - also a Samsonite first - also introduces the brand's innovative omni-channel shopping platform for a seamless offline to online shopping experience.
JADORN at Orchard Central is a multi-label current season boutique for the fashion-forward and trendy woman, focusing on both established as well as known emerging designers from Europe and Asia that are hard-to-get/not easily available in Singapore and most parts of Asia.
Their carefully curated mix of brands embodies the philosophy of fashion freedom, uniqueness and creativity, bridging the gap between fast fashion and luxury brands, focusing on well-made, quality pieces at an accessible price.
Following their well-received Singapore flagship store late last year, Don Don Donki's 2nd store is now open at 100AM along Tras Street.
Don Quijote, the biggest discount store chain in Japan is now in Singapore as Don Don Donki.
They are focused on providing high quality Japanese products and they offer a wide variety of items ranging from fresh produce to toys. Find everything you’re looking for and discover things you never knew you needed, only at Don Don Donki.
Awfully Chocolate Singapore reopens at ION Orchard with a unique new concept store that holds more than its usual rich, decadent chocolatey experience. Visit the new store for your chocolate fix and shop for various gifting options suitable for any occasion.
Back in 1998, Awfully Chocolateâ started a cake shop selling only one cake – a simple dark chocolate cake between layers of dark chocolate fudge. Real cake one could bite into, rich in taste yet moist and light. Not just mouthfuls of mousse or cream. Something you would find yourself craving for regularly and never tire of. their philosophy is simple & unique. The focus is not on variety but quality. Their product line is deliberately limited - even today.
The largest kitchenware and tableware store in Asia, ToTT, announces the relocation of its retail flagship store after nearly a decade as a familiar landmark in Bukit Timah. Located at newly-revamped Century Square, the concept store spans 7,511 sq ft of culinary retail space and features a curated selection of cook, bake and hosting-related merchandise and a convertible cooking studio.
ToTT Store is a one-stop culinary haven for anyone who cooks, bakes or hosts, with exclusive cooking, baking & hosting-related merchandise such as Cuisinart, Nordic Ware and more.
Discover the European craftmanship and style of Anne Fontaine, from essential white shirts, to wear-everywhere dresses for work and evening.
Anne Fontaine was born in 1971 to a Brazilian mother and a FrenchâGerman father in Rio de Janeiro. Passionate about ecology, she decided to live six months in the Amazonian forest in the northeast of Brazil when she was 17 years old. At the age of 20, she settled down in France for her studies and met her husband Ari Zlotkin. After discovering an old trunk filled to the brim with white shirts, they both decided to take over his family’s clothing business. The brand Anne Fontaine was born.
Over the years she has imposed the white shirt as the main staple of the feminine wardrobe in the same way as the little black dress. The Anne Fontaine brand developed into a lifestyle brand through a complete wardrobe around the shirt with a line of accessories. Anne Fontaine pieces are sold in 80 boutiques around the world and distributed in several hundred multibrands.
American headwear company, New Era Cap Co. picked VivoCity mall as the location for their Singapore's flagship store.
Founded in year 1920 and headquartered in Buffalo, New York, the company's global operations also include Japan, Canada, Hong Kong, South Korea and various locations in Europe including United Kingdom, Germany, France & Italy.
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.
Finally. A store that helps us solve the problem of food waste and excessive plastic packaging, while saving you money on your weekly grocery bill. UnPackt is the first zero-waste bulk store in Singapore that offers their customers the luxury of quality-assured food and daily lifestyle products in their own containers so they are free from plastic waste.
Opening soon in May; the store will also run a recycling scheme offering donated containers for customers who visit the store without their own. Reusable containers can also be bought.
Co-founded by former business executives Jeff Lam and Florence Tay, UnPackt is a social enterprise that aims to spread the zero-waste message and make packaging-free shopping more accessible in Singapore. The store will hire staff from two disadvantaged groups, seniors and single parents.
COURTS Singapore, the leading retailer of home electronics, IT and furniture products officially unveiled the COURTS Smart Home Experiential Hub recently and also introduced the newly announced members of the #MadebyGoogle hardware family – Google Home and Google Home Mini.
The experiential concept area, located at the flagship COURTS Megastore at Tampines demonstrates the extensive use of Google Home devices alongside compatible products in a home setting. Consumers will be able to see the voice-activated speaker powered by the Google Assistant in action.
With a simple “Okay Google”, users can get answers, turn up the music, manage everyday tasks or control smart devices around your home. At the COURTS Smart Home Experiential Hub, customers will also be able to see how Google Home can be used to control the lights and TV from popular household brands Philips Hue and Sony.
The Google Assistant launched here has been localised for Singaporeans to recognise the Singlish accent, and Google Home supports popular music and video platforms including YouTube, Spotify and Netflix. Singaporeans can listen to their local radio stations with TuneIn Radio, or play the latest news from local news providers such as The Straits Times and Channel NewsAsia, with the availability of more services and content in the pipeline.
Google Home and Google Home Mini are available in all COURTS stores island-wide and on www.courts.com.sg at $189 and $79 respectively. Over 30 compatible products ranging from speakers to vacuum robots from Sony, Philips, TP Link, Marshall, JBL, Sensibo and iRobot can already be found in COURTS stores for the smart home shopper, with more to come at a later stage.
ERGOWORKS, a leading brand in holistic ergonomic and posture wellness solutions, has recently expanded its flagship lifestyle showroom in Marina Square to approximately 3,000 sqft. It is the largest ergonomic lifestyle showroom in South East Asia.
ERGOWORKS is an ergonomics concept store that provides an integrated solution for one who appreciates the benefits of healthy ergonomics lifestyle. Ergonomics is the study of the design of equipment and furniture that promotes good posture.
ERGOWORKS is the ONLY ergonomic brand that endorsed and recommended by Both Singapore Physiotherapy Association (SPA) and The Chiropractic Association (Singapore).
Currently, ERGOWORKS has 3 lifestyle showrooms located at Marina Square, The Centrepoint and Causeway Point.
The Maria Square flagship showroom has crafted into 5 main zones for the ease of their customers: Ergo-Active, Ergo-Comfort, Ergo-Health, Ergo-Sleep and Ergo-Junior.
Ergo-Active – promoting Active sitting and standing in office and home.
Ergo-Comfort – Extensive range of ergo accessories to provide ultimate comfort and support.
Ergo-Health – Maintain a healthy posture and body.
Ergo-Sleep – Have a quality sleep with our customised pillow and mattress.
Ergo-Junior – Protect kids’ spine health with Ergoworks healthy study desk and chair sets, Impact ergonomic backpacks and accessories.
Is it possible to watch the car mechanics fix your vehicle without being in the same room? With TyrePlus's newly-opened Singapore flagship store, it is now possible! Thanks to their cinema windows, you can watch their passionate mechanics at work while doing your own thing!
TyrePlus is one of the world's largest automotive care specialists with more than 2,000 stores in 17 countries.
TyrePlus Singapore provides full top-quality car servicing under one roof. Their goal is to ensure that your vehicle is running as efficiently as possible. At TyrePlus, they understand the importance of keeping your car in tip-top shape for safer driving and an overall pleasant motoring experience. They take pride in answering any and all of your questions & concerns and with their team of car servicing experts on hand, you can be sure you’re getting the best information out there.
They offer competitive pricing on all of their products and services with no impact on quality. You will never have to worry about car maintenance again, or about which car service centre to choose. Put simply, they provide the best facilities and staff for all your vehicle repairs and services.
GROHE, the world’s leading brand in sanitary fittings, opens its first fully-owned and operated flagship store in Asia today.
Located in the heart of Singapore’s main shopping belt, GROHE SPA aims to raise the bar in delighting and inspiring designers and consumers with a showcase of GROHE’s most innovative water technologies. Covering over 6,000 square feet on two levels, visitors are invited to learn about the design inspiration behind GROHE’s award-winning collections and experience “Pure Freude an Wasser” (Pure Joy of Water).
GROHE collections and products star in many of the world’s most luxurious spas and hotels. The store has recreated seven of these luxurious bathroom suites – each telling a unique design story and testifying to architects’, designers’ and developers’ preference for the brand. Consumers can walk through the bath sanctuaries to get inspired and learn more about the different products featured so as to create their personal hydrotherapy at home.
To experience the different shower sprays, GROHE SPA features live water areas where visitors can experience first-hand GROHE’s DreamSpray® technology. Consumers can also try GROHE’s Minta Touch in the live kitchen area where the tap can be turned on and off with a touch of the arm, leaving hands free to handle food in the kitchen.
Enhancing the brick-and-mortar experience, the store is equipped with smart technologies that help consumers and designers visualise and plan their selections. Tapping on virtual reality (VR) technology, GROHE SPA has a built-in Shower Configurator where consumers can customise their preferred shower system and experience how it comes together in function and design before making a purchase. Putting on a VR headset, consumers see their selections brought to life via projections to experience their shortlisted choices, all without actually getting wet.
Understanding that product information is key in purchase consideration, the store has implemented the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to enable immediate access via a mobile device. Visitors can learn more about each product displayed and get detailed specifications as they walk through the store, tagging products and emailing the desired information to themselves immediately. Alternatively, they can also project their selections onto a 40-inch interactive touchscreen display interface to better understand each product and view how products have been used in hotel and housing projects from around the world.
Welcoming both designers and consumers, GROHE SPA’s first Asia flagship store will be opened to the public from 9 March.
Winestone is a Mediterranean restaurant, late-night bar and wine retail store, serving affordable wines and authentic Mediterranean platters. The name of the restaurant reflects the idea of the outlet, a new distinguishing concept with two elements: the wine selection created out of the experience and the knowledge of its wine ambassadors and signature meals served on stone boards.
The concept of Winestone revolves around the key words: simple, attractive, authentic and affordable. Expect quality wines at affordable prices, from $10 for a glass and $48 for a bottle. Take-home wine is also made available at Winestone Retail, located within the restaurant, with a separate entrance to the driveway.
Famed Japanese discount store Don Quijote has opened its first store in Singapore at Orchard Central.
The double-storey 1,397 sq m discount store is operating with its name as Don Don Donki instead of Don Quijote because a Don Quijote restaurant already exists here in Dempsey Road. The 24-hour store has the same range and eclectic mix of products as its outlets in Japan.
Founded in 1978 by Takao Yasuda, the brand now has over 368 stores in Japan, Hawaii and the United States.
The second Singapore outlet is set to open middle of June 2018 and will be located in Tanjong Pagar.
One of the levels of the flagship store is dedicated to food. You can also find the Don Don Donki bar, the first outside of Japan.
The Japanese themed bar with an array of drinks like sake, beer and whiskey operates from 4pm to 2am from Sunday to Thursday and from 4pm to 3am on Friday and Saturday.
The cheapest product at Singapore's Don Don Donki is the Calbee Jagatico Salad which is going for S$0.50, while the most expensive is the 35-year-old Hibiki Suntory Whisky at S$80,000.
The 5,000 sqft store is also home to Swee Lee Social Club; an in-store casual cafe for patrons to rest and hang ten, a hangout space for music lovers to exchange over cuppas and sweets.
The bigger store space at Star Vista is also the expansion of Swee Lee Music Academy and it is now fitted with five teaching rooms for you to learn music and jam away.
Swee Lee Star Vista Lifestyle Store also offers repair services and a special VIP treatment (by appointment only), for those who’d like to have consultations with the pros on the range of limited edition guitars.
Showing the future for the post office, the GPO is SingPost’s first Smart Post Office, in which traditional brick-and-mortar outlets are augmented by a digital network that offers anytime and anywhere access to postal and other essential services.
A new SAM omnichannel platform, comprising kiosks, web and mobile apps, underpins the GPO and the Smart Post Office, and essentially places a post office virtually in the pockets of every customer to offer flexibility and efficiency that are expected by customers today.
The GPO also features SingPost’s first dedicated philatelic retail store, which will offer both long-time and new stamp collectors the full range of national stamps, and associated merchandise.
The rich heritage of SingPost and the GPO moniker is captured in the design of the GPO at SingPost Centre. Iconic elements from the former GPO at Fullerton have been adopted into modern graphics on the walls, glass panels and POPStation lockers, while historical postal artefacts, such as earlier versions of the ubiquitous posting box, have been recreated.
A heritage video wall retells the evolution of SingPost from a colonial municipal department to a dynamic postal and eCommerce logistics company through different lenses, including the landmark GPO at Fullerton, postal uniforms and Singapore stamps.
At the Philatelic Store, a colonial-era red pillar posting box has been restored and mail dropped into this posting box will be postmarked with a special date stamp in red ink.
Temple Cellars is an independent, premium liquor store offering Singapore’s best craft selection. They pride themselves as the leading tastemakers and champion boutique producers that represent the best quality.
Located on the ground floor of UE Square, the locally opened store is co-founded by Singaporeans Jasmin Wong, Kasster Soh and Kevin Ngan.
The store has a lot to offer. Temple Cellars also currently stock about 40 wine labels and house local craft labels like Brewlander & Co. and Rye & Pint too.
New look. New zones. Better shopping experience! Check out the newly renovated COURTS Jurong Point.
COURTS carries the largest selection of home furnishings, domestic appliances, home entertainment solutions and the latest digital technology.
With its roots as a furniture retailer from the UK, the COURTS brand was established in Singapore and Malaysia in 1974 and 1987 respectively, and entered Indonesia in 2014.
Currently, COURTS operates more than 90 stores across three markets, spanning over 1.7 million sq. ft. of retail space.
COURTS is one of eight organisations that currently holds the CASETrust Gold accreditation and has been presented various awards over its over 40-year-old history in Singapore for business excellence and service quality.
For all needs, desires and everything in-between, the new Robinsons Raffles City has everything you're looking for.
The newly refreshed Robinsons Raffles City isn't just a place where you'll find the latest and most exclusive label and products. And you won't just find over 80 new brands in fashion, home, beauty brands and spa services across 3 new sparkling levels. What you will find is everything you're looking for in a whole new shopping experience.
You can also get your style on with an appointment at the lavish Personal Shoppers Lounge.
The story of Robinsons began on 25 February 1858, when John Spicer and Philip Robinson founded Spicer and Robinson, a family warehouse at Commercial Square. And having operated across 3 centuries, Robinsons has no desire of deviating from a vision established more than 158 years ago – to provide customers with accessible, contemporary products and a thoroughly enjoyable shopping experience.
Ling Wu is a Singapore brand which creates luxurious handbags for modern, independent women.
The purposeful collections of handbags and accessories use butter-soft leathers and hand-polished exotic skins to create soft, voluminous bags that embrace the wearer’s body and lifestyle with voluptuous shapes and colours. Time certainly has no grasp on these designs, which become increasingly beautiful and graceful the more they’re worn.
Visit Le Salon, a new apartment store concept by Ling Wu located on Chip Bee Gardens.
The new space will feature Ling's collection, as well as pieces from designers she hand-picked: A Dose of Something Good brand of scented candles, Dark Horse Vintage fashion, Pyar and Alexandra Alberta jewellery labels and also Trebene scarves.
From a sprinkling of rose petals to golden flakes of almond, how would you create your very own Magnum? Step inside Singapore’s first ever flagship Magnum Pleasure Store located at ION Orchard, and let the ultimate pleasure experience take over.
The Magnum Pleasure Store is where you can customise your very own Magnum ice cream with choices of dark, milk, or white Belgian chocolate, with over 18 toppings to choose from, like cocoa nibs, rose petals, and goji berries.
Customers can further complement their premium Magnum ice cream with Magnum coffee, which uses Magnum chocolate-infused coffee beans.
A&W – which stands for “Allen and Wright” has confirmed to local press on Tuesday (4 July) that the company is on track to expand in Southeast Asia, including in Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore.
According to the company's CEO, Kevin Bazner, A&W has already built an office in Singapore in 2016 to prepare for Its expansion and is currently looking for “real estate for a flagship company restaurant in Singapore”.
It’s been over a decade since the American fast food restaurant left Singapore.
A&W made its debut in Singapore in 1966 at Dunearn Road, and the first A&W drive-through opened in 1970 at Bukit Timah Road.
A&W Coney Dogs, root beer floats, and curly fries are patrons' favorite items to order. Enjoy yours when it returns to our shore in year 2018.
The Manduka concept store houses the brand’s range of yoga mats, as well as its yogawear line for Men’s and Women’s.
Manduka’s range of yoga mats, which are sustainably manufactured emission-free and with no toxic chemicals, include the classic PRO mat that comes with a lifetime guarantee and eKo natural rubber mat.
The brand has recently launched a wider range of exercise mats for yoga and fitness customers like the new WelcOMe mat and Manduka X mat, all of which are sustainably made.
Likewise, the yogawear apparel collection for Men’s & Women’s launched in 2016, is designed using premium fabrics sourced primarily from environmentally responsible materials, such as organic cotton, recycled polyester, and plant-based fibres.
Twenty years ago Peter Sterios, an architect turned yogi, discovered a simple, elegantly-designed black mat whose unique combination of firm grip and complete support revolutionized his yoga practice. In honor of the yoga masters who inspired him, he sought to share this amazing product with others.
And in the great yoga tradition, these teachers shared their mats with their students, and a true yoga company was born.
Manduka was built on the simple idea that a better yoga mat can make a world of difference.
Designed by yogis, our performance yoga gear and apparel is inspired by the practice, crafted with intention, and is sold in over 70 countries around the world.
MAKE UP FOR EVER is a professional makeup brand of exceptional quality and innovative products. Their flagship store is one of the many exciting retail additions to the new Downtown Gallery.
Founded in 1984 by renowned makeup artist Dany Sanz, the brand offers a cult-favorite collection of vivid, high-pigment colors, superior face and body foundations and expert artisan formulas to professional makeup artists and makeup enthusiasts all around the world.
Don Quijote is a Japanese discount chain with over 300 stores in Japan and Hawaii. Its revenue and operating profit have increased for 27 consecutive years.
The Don Quijote Group announced on June 5 that its holding company for overseas operations, Pan Pacific International Holdings Pte. Ltd. based in Singapore, will develop its first Southeast Asian Don Quijote store in Orchard area of Singapore. The opening date and other details will be announced in further notice.
Outside Japan, the Group has been operating three Don Quijote USA stores in Hawaii since 2006. In July 2013, Pan Pacific International Holdings Pte. Ltd. was established in Singapore as the headquarters of the Don Quijote Group’s overseas operations. In September of the same year, Marukai Corporation, which operates nine stores in California and two stores in Hawaii, came under the umbrella of the Group.
Bottega at Hong Kong Street brings you an authentic Italian gastro bar & grocery experience.
Bottega (means shop in Italian), is a place where you can find the typical Italian grocery products for your everyday use, plus you can enjoy delectable dishes by their skilled chefs.
Being an importer, Bottega selects all the ingredients from passionate artisan producers for their carefully crafted Italian dishes.
Their pizza is made with Petra 3 (100% Italian soft wheat blend), which is grown using integrated farming systems and tracked from field to the stone mill, free of mycotoxins, pesticides and preservatives.
Their sauce is made with 100% Italian tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, fresh herbs and cheeses.
At Bottega, they also serve specially selected Italian beers, wine and mineral water to complement your food.
Enjoy a piece of Italy in Singapore, brought to you by Bottega.
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.
Keeping your kicks clean can be an undertaking, and a new shop in Singapore is dedicated to make sure your sneakers are sparkling.
Holystic is Singapore's first full-service sneaker laundry. Find them at Wheelock Place from 18 March 2017 onwards.
Holystic started online 2 months ago and was created to allow Sneaker collectors a place they could go, to solve their sneaker cleaning and restoration needs. Most people do not know what to do or how to do when it comes to sneaker care and grooming. Many are using the wrong method or solution to clean their sneakers causing damages to their highly-prized collection/purchase. This was evident in their overwhelming online orders when we started, and that gave them the motivation to open a proper brick and mortar shop.
They want to make your life easier by helping you keep your kicks fresh and crisp, so you don't have to do it yourself and mess them up. Their services include Sneaker Cleaning, Sneaker Restoration as well as Sneaker Customisation for customers who wants a fresh and unique new look for their sneakers.
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.
Discover a new retail and dining experience at Level 3 of Tanglin Mall.
House of AnLi Store & Bistro welcomes you in a unique homey setting; to showcase their ready-to-buy in-store home collections and to serve you honest, home style food based on their family's original recipes.
Founded in 2010 by Belgian Designer Anne-Jean Liétaer, House of AnLi carries unique blend of quality Home Decor products from exclusive European labels including: French artsanal cutlery, mouth blown glassware, Portuguese tableware, Flemish tapestries and quirky wireless lamps. House of AnLi also proposes expert bespoke interior services, using its beautiful Belgian linen.
A new addition to House of AnLi’s universe is its cozy bistro nestled at the rear of the store, which brings a fresh dining experience and a bright space for shoppers to relax and unwind in a homely environment
Enjoy Allpress coffee made on a La Marzocco coffee machine, freshly baked pastries and more.
T2 Tea from Australia has arrived in Singapore and their 1st flagship store is at 313@Somerset. They’re constantly experimenting with new blends and tasty brews. Today, even with over 200 teas to their name, they’re only scratching the surface of what’s out there. Inspired by local favorite Kaya Toast; they have created a Singapore Breakfast blend, especially to capture a taste of Singapore!
Step inside T2's tea boutique and enter their world of tea with a melting pot of exotic smells, taste sensations, intricately designed teawares and beautiful displays.
Shop Wonderland is an uber cool concept joint comprising of a cafe and floral studio. They have recently shifted from Haji Lane to Telok Ayer.
The people behind Shop Wonderland is Wonderland for Detailed Planners which was founded in year 2010 and has grown from strength to strength - from being the sole Tiffany chair provider with the largest volume and variety of colours in Singapore, to introducing the concept of aesthetic styling at weddings and events, and now operating Shop Wonderland which is their flagship store.
Today, the sole focus is to continually drive the vision for good aesthetics through Shop Wonderland, which has become a one-of-kind destination for those seeking a floral and botanical-inspired space.
Drawing inspiration from the worlds of international florists and event stylists, they strive to create a beautiful environment where their customers can spend their day in a space that fuels their passion for florals and aesthetics.
Choice Cuts Goods + Coffee, is a newly-opened concept joint at Serangoon Road, combining street culture, coffee, beer and vinyl converge in Singapore.
Choice Cuts Goods + Coffee is a physical retail concept arose as a natural progression through Blaccsmith - their combined events consultancy curating music, art and experience. Expect a handpicked range of vinyl records spanning Hip Hop, Reggae, Funk, Jazz and Soul. Brands sold on Dashsmith.com, such as Obey Clothing, Erroyl Watch Company and Deus Ex Machina also feature prominently. They will have monthly events such as 'Coffee Breaks', a vinyl-only session serving up beats, music, coffee, beer and housepours.
Situated within retail haven Millenia Walk, TripleFit is Singapore’s ultimate fitness performance + retail hub.
Spanning over 23,500 square feet, TripleFit is the one-stop destination for fitness aficionados in Singapore. It offers a wide array of fitness programmes ranging from High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), Strength & Conditioning, Yoga, Circuit Training, Bootcamp, and much more. On top of that, TripleFit includes a retail zone which carries the latest in activewear sports fashion from global American sports label Under Armour, Swiss functional sportswear apparel Odlo, Danish sports brand Newline, Japanese athletic compression gear C3fit, and British stylish activewear brand Every Second Counts.
TripleFit also takes group exercise training to an entirely new level with its partnership with POLAR, the world's top manufacturer of training systems and advanced sports technology, to guide YOU in a way that has previously been impossible. This unique partnership with POLAR is the first of its kind in South-East Asia which sees fitness technology incorporated during one of their group classes.
FujiFilm Singapore is best known for all Fujifilm products such as photo imaging and digital products, data storage media, graphic arts, medical and life science products for more than 20 years in Singapore.
BHG is one of the leading department stores in Singapore recognized for quality, value and service. It will open its doors at Jurong Point on 16 December.
BHG department store was established in 1994 as Seiyu Wing On Department Store under a joint venture between Seiyu, Ltd (Japan) and Wing On Pte Ltd (Hong Kong). Today it operates under the BHG brand name and has become an established name in Singapore. The new outlet at Jurong Point will occupy three levels with a floor area of 49,000 sq ft. It's Home & Living department will occupy 8,000 sq ft alone.
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.
SPRMRKT started with a simple goal: to inspire daily life. It’s what we’ve been doing since 2012, and with our newest members of the family at the Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI) — SPRMRKT Daily and SPRMRKT Kitchen & Bar — we continue to believe in the everyday made different.
The original McCallum Street branch brings together food, retail, and art, showcasing some of the finest produce and products in a cosy oasis in the heart of the central business district. Here, diners were first introduced to the supermarket experience, redefined.
SPRMRKT Daily at STPI will press on in enriching this dining and shopping experience. Incorporating a grocery-style shop into a riverside café, Daily hopes to become the go-to place in the Robertson Quay area whenever you’re on the hunt for your mealtime favourites, some handcrafted products, or just fresh, carefully-sourced ingredients.
Also at STPI, SPRMRKT Kitchen & Bar is a place to tantalise, tease, and tempt those tastebuds. Kitchen & Bar is SPRMRKT’s first foray into a more all-rounded dining experience, presenting food of the quality of a fine-dining establishment but in an unpretentious, welcoming space that carries the familiarity of SPRMRKT’s outlets. Think ‘glocal’ New American cuisine: globally influenced, but made with local ingredients.
The new Funan will feature an indoor cycling path, rock climbing and other sports facilities and a new cinema experience when it reopens.
Golden Village's new cineplex will offer a multi-sensory experience, while Kopitiam will introduce a high-tech food court called KOPItech, which will feature robotic vacuum cleaners and self-ordering kiosks, among others.
Climb Central will offer a 50-lane rock climbing facility, and its highest wall will span four floors.
Sporting culture will feature prominently in Funan, with the addition of a futsal court, gym and a flexible space that can be turned into a basketball court at night using laser projections, CapitaLand Mall Trust said.
Apart from indoor cycling lanes, there will also be bike shops, bike cafes, lockers and shower facilities for cyclists.
While a floor of the mall will be dedicated to IT products, it will also incorporate workshops and other interactive elements.
A six-storey wooden and steel structure called The Tree Of Life will be the centrepiece of the complex, and will house open spaces and studios that promote new forms of retail and learning, such as spaces for local designers and makers to showcase their craft and conduct classes.
Other new concepts include a drive-through for collection of products ordered online, and a 4,000 sq ft urban farm.
Their story starts in the mid-‘90s, when pink and red enslaved the prestige beauty market. Flying in the face of this monopoly, Urban Decay unleashed a line of lipsticks and nail enamels inspired by seedier facets of the urban landscape.
The vibe since day one? Beauty with an edge™. While they’ve grown like crazy since then, they haven’t stopped experimenting. They now offer an endless array of high-performance cosmetics, from velvety-soft shadows and creamy, badass lipsticks to weightless complexion products and high-tech setting sprays to make your makeup last all day.
In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the iconic Tang Plaza building, TANGS’ flagship store, previously known as TANGS Orchard, has been officially renamed TANGS at Tang Plaza.
An icon of Singapore, TANGS is a leading player in the retail industry that has its fingers constantly on the pulse of the ever-changing consumer wants and trends.
With the flagship TANGS at Tang Plaza’s transformation completed, Singapore’s most distinctive and beloved shopping destination raises the bar in retail, stepping up its role as a curator of a spectrum of exciting Asian as well as international brands, and redefining the shopping experience with a refreshed store concept.
There is more reason to celebrate the exhilaration of weekends with the opening of a new one-stop, multi brand lifestyle store, Weekends at VivoCity.
Located at VicoCity's new expanded retail space, the new store brings together 14 international lifestyle brands, from Europe and America, to offer an eclectic collection of inspiring gifts and designer stationery, stylish jewellery and accessories, unique fragrances as well as statement-making soft home furnishings, such as wall art and prints, designer tableware and lamps.
Designed with an optimistic and a dash of whimsical, Weekends sports a contemporary, monochromatic palette of black and white, punctuated by spots of bright, cheerful colours from the range of products within the store. The attention-grabbing store facade, made up of numerous wooden apothecary drawers with vintage finishings, immediately draws your curiosity that quickly translates into an experience of metaphoric hope of "the weekends" upon entering the store.
Targeting modern women of impeccable taste, Weekends aims to be the space where fun and inspiration thrive, allowing shoppers to approach their everyday life with optimism and exuberance.
A.e.i.o.u. is a newly opened café lifestyle store where nature, food and lifestyle come together.
The café and retail space sits in a shop house at King George’s avenue. Build in the mid 1970, the shop house used to house an antique shop.
A.e.i.o.u. are the vowels of the alphabets we all learn as a child. It is about going back to basics where the theme centers on a lifestyle of green conscious living. It is a space that hopes to inspire you to enjoy life’s simplicity, consume goodly and appreciate nature.
Part café, part restaurant and lifestyle store with touches of nature and herbs, it is a place for inspiration and reflection.