Foot Locker Inc., the leading global speciality athletic retailer has opened their fourth branch in Singapore.
Located in Jewel Changi Airport, the two-story space with a dedicated women’s and kids’ area, delivers an engaging retail experience, combining premium products, elevated in-store presentations, as well as enhanced customer experiences.
With impressive footwear and apparel collections from global brand partners, customers can expect elevated product storytelling from Nike, adidas, Puma, Fila and Champion. The store celebrates basketball culture, offering a premium selection of sneakers and apparel from Nike and Jordan, and features the widest selection of Nike Air Max Plus (TN’s) available in market.
The store features specially commissioned artwork by local artist Clogtwo, setting the tone for how Foot Locker will regularly tailor the store to the local community.
Commenting on the new store, Tomas Petersson, GM and VP, Foot Locker Asia said, “The Jewel store gives Foot Locker a great opportunity to engage and inspire youth culture within the local community. We designed a space that celebrates the city’s creative community andinspires Singapore’s sneaker enthusiasts.”
Foot Locker is where you can find a wide range of global footwear brands, including the largest selection of Nike Air Max Plus available in the market. Foot Locker has an impressive 3270+ stores in 25 countries worldwide.
The 2nd of Foot Locker's 3 Singapore stores planned for this year is now open in Jem.
Foot Locker is a leading global retailer of athletically inspired shoes and apparel.
Headquartered in New York City, Foot Locker operates a direct-to-customer business offering athletic footwear, apparel andand equipment through its Internet, mobile, and catalog channels. In addition to websites for each of the store banners, such as footlocker.com, the direct-to-customer business includes Eastbay, a leading destination for the serious athlete.
Poised to cut a swath in Singapore’s sneaker‐loving community is The Social Foot, a brand‐new multi‐label sneaker and lifestyle concept store that offers an engaging shopping experience anchored on the exciting social media trend.
Using a colour palette of gunmetal grey and midnight black, the store is created to have a modern and sleek allure. The shelves remain largely unbranded, which is a deliberate move by the company, to encourage customers to browse and discover sneakers from various brands. The ceiling is inbuilt with changing LED lighting which allows the store set the tone for any desired ambience.
Setting itself apart from the competition, The Social Foot is also built with creating a space for the sneaker community in mind. The interior fixtures are modular in design, allowing the store to be transformed into an intimate event space or a pop‐up installation in a heartbeat. There are plans for future events that will allow the sneaker community to be involved in their own sneaker customization; talks with sneaker authorities; preview launches; and more.
Buoyed by a stellar roster of sneaker brand names including Adidas; Reebok Classic; Pro‐Keds; Keds; Sperry; Asics; Puma; Saucony Originals; Onitsuka Tiger; New Balance and Lacoste, The Social Foot allows individuals to find as well as develop their own identities through sneaker fashion.
Running Lab is a specialty running store retailing technically advanced running apparel, equipment and footwear. Staffed by sports trainers and experienced runners, they provide assistance to match the right shoe to your foot type and gait, helping to maximise your running performance and reduce risks of injuries. Their facilities include an in-house treadmill for gait analysis, as well as to allow customers to put their shoes to the test before deciding if the pair of shoes they're wearing are truly the right pair for them.
Occupying 90.94 sq m, Onitsuka Tiger Suntec City is fully capable of satiating the aesthetic desires of Onitsuka Tiger enthusiasts on the island. Be they residents or tourists, they will be spoilt for choice with the diversity of merchandise available.
Besides apparel, bags and accessories, every single footwear collection launched by one of the world’s early sneaker brands and running-shoe innovators can be found at the Suntec City store.
The classic MEXICO 66 definitely has a spot in the space, including models incorporating the heritage of basketball and 1980s running.
Special collaborations with cult artists and other new collections will also be making their way to Onitsuka Tiger Suntec City.
First up is the Fall/Winter 2015 Onitsuka Tiger x ANDREA POMPILIO collection. An experimental juxtaposition of textiles, fabrics and elements gives birth to an ultra-progressive playfulness. Those familiar with the history between the designer and Onitsuka Tiger will recognise the irreverent, fashion-forward attitude – an eruption resulting from a striking encounter of Eastern and Western influences – that Onitsuka Tiger x ANDREA POMPILIO partnerships are renowned for.
Taking pride of place at Onitsuka Tiger Suntec City is the premium Nippon Made series, the epitome of Japanese craftsmanship. The basic components of the shoes are first assembled, after which the leather making up the upper is tanned and processed in hot water. The footwear is then carefully squeezed and dried, leaving the shoes with a wrinkly, vintage look when dry. Every step skilfully executed by hand, no two pairs of shoes are alike.
The artisanship of the Japanese brand extends to the store interior, where richly textured black wood dominates.
Sumi mortar has been deliberately used to derive the intricate and edgy look. A complex eight-step process goes into the formulation, which uses ingredients such as Asagi Tsuchi, a special type of Japanese soil used to prevent cracking, and Sumi paint (water, Sumi ink and acrylic emulsion).
Seek out the latest sneakers, apparels and accessories in sports fashion at Seek, Raffles City.
Seek is a brand new, multi-label, sports fashion retail concept, bringing to you the latest footwear, apparels and accessories from the biggest sports brands including Nike, Adidas, New Balance, and Puma. With the growing athleisure trend, more and more people are deeming sneakers as ‘the it shoe’ and gym clothes as 'everyday wear’.
With that, they seek to excite you with our carefully selected editions of comfortable, functional, yet stylish merchandise that will enable you to make a statement and tell your very own story through innovation and heritage. They are constantly seeking out fresh and compelling brands to add on to our portfolio, so that Seek will always remain your go-to-store for the latest and trendiest sports fashion wear to date.
Come 26 June 2015, SKECHERS Singapore is set to open their new flagship store to the public at Ngee Ann City. The new 1,700sqf space in Singapore is the first Asian flagship store to embrace an industrial and modern concept, accompanied by a touch of vintage elements.
The store entrance is framed by a brick wall to give a raw industrial edge that is juxtaposed by the modern inviting interior. Utilizing silver metal supports with exposed welds and fasteners, the store space is given a constructed and contemporary look. Reclaimed natural wood is used to inject warm accents to the overall space, as well as segmenting the collections. On top of that, the new flagship uses LED backlit technology to establish a "mixed-bag" vernacular, a technique widely practiced amongst today's leading interior architects.
Besides the well-planned Lifestyle and Performance footwear categories catered for men and women, the new flagship store also has a dedicated area for kids products, where multi-coloured LED technology is used to illuminate glass-etched SKECHERS cartoon characters to attract children to browse at the different levels of products. Soft furnishings, such as seating that is built to look like a "roller coaster" and a large Gachapon machine dispensing toys, are elements that are incorporated to enhance the ambience of fun and colour in the kids section.
Puppy Colours is a dog training school in Singapore that teaches dog owners to teach their dogs using methods based on behavioral science using positive signals and positive reinforcement – without any force. This training concept has numerous applications and is popular among athletic coaches, educators working with special needs children, pilot instruction schools, dolphin & whale trainers and, yes, dog trainers.
Their training focuses on real-life & social skills and problem prevention along with basic training skills. They guide dogs to make good decisions on their own and become a happy and well-mannered member of the family.
You both will learn how to communicate so you can understand each other; developing wonderful relationship based on cooperation and trust.