Mamonde, is a South Korean brand specialising in skincare and cosmetics products, formulated from the goodness of flowers. Their first standalone boutique in Singapore will be opening soon at Ngee Ann City.
With a rich brand heritage dating back to 1991, Mamonde has always gathered inspiration from the beauty of nature, in particular flowers.
Each of Mamonde's skincare range is created by studying the unique characteristics of flowers and using them to develop product lines that address various skin concerns. Mamonde’s makeup line is also inspired by the vibrant nature of flowers with its exuberant colours and alluring fragrance. Even the product packaging has been carefully designed to reflect its philosophy, featuring feminine yet sensible designs that incorporate subtle floral elements.
World-renowned perfume house, diptyque, will be opening their stand-alone store in Singapore soon at Ngee Ann City.
The diptyque story began in Paris at 34 boulevard Saint-Germain with, at its heart, three friends driven by the same creative passion. Christiane Gautrot was an interior designer, Desmond Knox-Leet, a painter, and Yves Coueslant, a theater director and set designer. The first two collaborated designing fabrics and wallpaper for Liberty and Sanderson. They were joined by the third in 1961 and opened a shop to display their designs. Yves became the administrator and consultant; Desmond and Christiane were the artistic soul. Bit by bit, with finely honed taste, the trio transformed the site into a one-of-a-kind setting, a kind of stylish bazaar where one found surprising articles unmatched in Paris, mined and conveyed home by the trio over the course of their travels.
Since 1961, diptyque's passion for creativity and design has made it a world-renowned perfume house, purveyor of a comprehensive line of home fragrance (including our iconic candles), personal fragrance & body care.
Step inside the first Singapore store of French luxury leather goods brand, Moynat located at Takashimaya, Ngee Ann City.
Moynat's first atelier was opened in Paris in 1849 by trunk-makers Octavie and François Coulembier. They joined forces with Pauline Moynat, a specialist in travel goods, to open the first store of avenue de l’Opera.
The French luxury house is known for its leather goods, accessories and textiles.
Moynat's first patent is for a sturdy waterproof canvas coated with Gutta Percha, a tropical sap, which guaranteed that trunks were completely watertight.
SunnyHills has relocated to Ngee Ann City from Raffles Hotel Arcade.
You can enjoy the same tasty Taiwanese pineapple tarts made from freshly selected pineapples found on the hills of Ba Gua (Eight Tigram) Mountain in Taiwan, which are then sun-dried combined with the purest ingredients. They also carry pineapple juice, Oolong tea and ice pops.
SunnyHills source their ingredients directly from farmers and suppliers who share their values – trustworthiness, generosity, attention to detail.
The eggs they use come from a farmer who plays classical music for his hens. They use native pineapples sourced directly from local family farms.
Their production kitchen is helmed by a master baker with fifty years of experience and the simple philosophy of baking with joy, pride, and passion.
French clothing brand, Eden Park is now available at Takashimaya. So, why a pink bow-tie for it's logo design?
In 1987, the backs of the prestigious rugby team, Racing Club de France (RCF), played in the French Championship final in Paris live on television, with a pink bow tie around their necks. After this spontaneous and unplanned media campaign, the pink bow tie become a very identifiable and mediatized symbol.
This love of details has always been one of the brand’s key features, with its mix of Imagination combined with meticulousness, right down into the smallest finishing, and for nearly 30 years has made it an unchallenged brand in the world of French-style preppy premium.
The Marie France Van Damme resort wear collection waxes nostalgic and modern at the same time, the essence of which is a lightness of touch, a sense of enjoyment and simplicity. The collection is defined by a fluid neutral palette ranging from metallic bronze to gunmetal, silver to gold, beautiful prints and solids in fabrics such as diaphanous silk chiffon and luscious silk sateen, to a weightless jersey.
Signature pieces include an ankle length Babani cover up hemmed in Swarovski beads to give you a chic ethereal look; a form-fitting playsuit captures a trip back to the glamorous 70s; and a bevy of breezy sheer caftans to wear over complimentary bikinis.
Pedro embodies modern luxury and style with a line of footwear and accessories with emphasis on channelling heightened fashion acumen each season.
The collection for men offers contemporary footwear, bags, belts, wallets and ties with standout designs; while the women's collection offers a diverse line of footwear resonating elegance and sophistication with feminine demeanour and classic dist of timeless classics with international influence for men and women, designs of hand bags with a modernistic twist.
Flaunt your inimitable style with Pedro, where unsurpassed attention is lavished on countless details, culminating in emblematic looks from a rising brand of modern luxury.
Ginza Kuroson sources its fresh supplies of fish and seafood directly from various fish markets in Japan. On top of having a sushi bar and robatayaki counter in the restaurant, it also serves a variety of a la carte Japanese and French dishes.
JB martin, with headquarters in Paris, was established in France in 1921. JB martin is one of the most exclusive French shoes brands. JB martin reflects the best French design, craftmanship and quality.
JB Martin is sold in more than 40 countries in the world. JB Martin, a high fashion brand designed for the young and active women of the world. Four good reasons to wear JB Martin’s shoes: Quality of designs, quality of materials, quality of craftmanship, quality of fitting.
Established in 1994, BritishIndia is a lifestyle brand that currently has over 40 outlets across Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and the Philippines. Created for the tropics and inspired by the grand romance of the Colonial era, they offer timeless designs created with the philosophy of comfort and effortless dressing for both men and women in mind.
They currently have 6 main lines: Classic, New Classic, Pure, Traveler, Adventurer, Travel & Yoga; each line offering a different story to suit various occasions of contemporary tropical lifestyle.
In addition to the breadth of their collection, they are also known for our depth in sizes flattering figures of many shapes.
Nikkie has been shaking up the European fashion industry with her feminine, sexy, elegant and cool designs. The label, founded in 2011 by Dutch celebrity Nikkie Plessen, is one of the fastest growing Dutch fashion brands.
With her luxury fashion collections Nikkie provides the answer to dress for every day-to-night occasion of a modern women’s life. The power of the brand lies in offering high-end designs and luxury materials with still affordable prices, combined with a range of fashionable fittings and elegant silhouettes makes that Nikkie fills the gap between the high-end and high-street fashion labels. The collections are merchandised by Nikkie herself in a way you can easily mix the whole wardrobe to create the everless Nikkie style.
Spanning 1,000 sq ft, the store showcases apparel for both men and women.
Summer 2015 reflects 1990s girl power, exuding a self-confident style while remaining sensual and chic for a contemporary, fresh, energetic and strong look. The collection has something for everyone, helping each woman find her own fashion personality and develop her own unique style. Summer 2015 is all about extreme volume contrasts. Low-wasted XXL pants are in and can be worn with a cropped t-shirt with oversized armholes or a fitted tank top for added effect.
The 2015 man is rock, sophisticated and more fashionable than ever, breaking fashion codes without a second thought. Traditional men’s style comes together with contemporary pieces to create a resolutely modern look. The 2015 look is uncoordinated and mismatched, a delightful collection of unlikely pairings. The 90s are well and truly back with an exhaustive collection of short and long-sleeved linen, chambray, voile and denim shirts, with indigo making a come-back for the full 90s look.
Founded in Hong Kong in 2010 by Parisian Ariane Zagury with great success, Rue Madame was born out of the idea to introduce the timeless Parisian-style of fashion to young modern women, as well as to provide a one-stop shop, offering a diversity of exclusively curated women’s ready-to-wear and accessories, for those seeking an alternative wardrobe that allows them to mix and match to showcase their unique personal styles.
Located at the newly refurbished space on the third level of Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Ngee Ann City, Rue Madame is a true Parisian-style fashion concept store that offers an eclectic mix of niche and contemporary designer labels, carefully handpicked from Paris and other parts of Europe.
The new concept store brings together some of the most coveted French fashion labels such as Athé by Vanessa Bruno, Ba&Sh, Gat Rimon, Hartford, IRO, Laurence Doligé, Leon&Harper, Majestic Paris, Mes Demoiselles, Swildens and Tara Jarmon Tara Jarmon, and exquisite accessories from trendy and accessible French jewellery brands like Servane Gaxotte, renowned for their hand-made whimsical ‘Rose’ doll pendants and Didier Dubot which is highly notable in Asia because of the brand’s latest campaign featuring Korean drama ‘You who came from the Star’ lead actress, Jun Ji Hyun; some of which are new-to-market brands exclusively brought into Singapore.