UNIQLO Orchard Central is the brand’s global flagship store for Southeast Asia, its largest in the region spanning three levels and 2,700 square metres. The store contains the brand’s widest product line-up anywhere in the region. These include, among others, their LifeWear concept, a dedicated t-shirt corner showcasing exclusive designer collaborations, and a collection from musician and style icon Pharrell Williams.
A curated destination for original, well-designed products and daily design inspiration with a focus on Singapore heritage and memorabilia. At Naiise, you’ll find yourself spending time poring over these heritage-inspired keepsakes and their stories.
This Sephora flagship outlet goes above and beyond the usual makeup offering with a Kat Von D shop-in-shop, the first in the world, as well as a Make Up For Ever sushi-bar concept of must-have looks and collectibles. Select your items from a conveyer belt to create your perfect makeup bento box.
What began as a gallery space quickly grew into a retail store, curatorial space, workshop and more. At K+, you can browse the new or under-the-radar artists, or engage in some retail therapy with a rotating selection of handmade, artisanal clothing, crafts and gifts.
Dover Street Market (NOTE: OPEN IN Q3 2017)
Known for artistic visual merchandising and fashion curation in its outlets around the globe, Dover Street Market is an edgy concept store that gives its tenants the freedom to design their space as they see fit. Home to coveted brands such as British label Blue Roses and Parisieene design collective Vetements, Dover Street Market will also offer up exclusive collaboration items and limited editions.
A hip and trendy shopping destination, Singaporeans in-the-know come here to check out the cute boutiques lining the road. Don’t miss:
Dulcetfig: a vintage store where you can discover retro styles and keepsakes that are sure to have their time in the sun yet again.
Zhai Eco Collection: for the eco-conscious shopper, here is your chance to purchase clothing made from bamboo, one of Asia’s most sustainable natural resources.
Home to many explorative and experimental pieces of artwork, Supermama hosts a collection of objects and apparel designed by emerging artists—both locally and around the world. The store works with various Japanese craft facilities to produce many of their in-house design collections. Don’t miss their porcelain and giftware, many of which represent contemporary Singapore culture.
National Design Centre
National Design Centre is a treasure trove of design exhibitions that now boasts some of Singapore’s finest boutiques. Kapok specialises in fashion and accessories from cult labels, while Keepers features artisanal goods from accessories to beauty products and locally inspired furnishings.