For something a little different, check out this indie multi-label boutique which carries little heard of Italian brands like Please and Paolo Casalini as well as France’s Sel Sel and Double Jeu. Please in particular is great for their simple designs with a twist, like the cowboy denim shirt with lace detailing ($120).

Eclecticism + Lauren Jasmine

The spacious multi-label store’s inventory is as varied as its name suggests, with a dizzying array of fashion labels and lifestyle products including soap, notebooks and even umbrellas. Displayed amongst celeb-favored international brands like American Apparel, Free People and Rachel Pally is in-house label Lauren Jasmine, which encompasses a refined, work-appropriate aesthetic. 

Daniel Yam

Veteran local designer Daniel Yam’s eponymous store is where you can find both his seasonal collections for men and women. Yam’s limited edition signature dresses (from $199) for ladies are top draw here with their elaborate designs, but the men can also find trendy shirts (from $29) and pants (from $39) which are perfect for […]


Local designer Nic Wong’s forward-thinking and contemporary ready-to-wear creations are some of the best in town. His collections mix wearable casual styles with innovative cuts, to sassy and edgy effect. On the racks now is the label’s Autumn/Winter line, comprising of clean-lined dresses in high-shine fabrics and angular elements, which are perfect for hipster year-end […]

The Emporium (Wheelock Place)

One of the best stores here, carrying a wide range of women’s apparel, accessories, shoes and even artworks and home decor pieces. The layout is spacious and inviting, chockfull of local labels like Trixilini (from $99) and Triologie (from $89), as well as whimsical shoes by Sole2Sole (from $20). The cabinets from Gaia Living ($3,000) […]


Trendy, affordable clothes for women by emerging Japanese designer Kumikyoku Sis. Most of the pieces stocked here are classic and streamlined (think Muji meets Laura Ashley). Suits are $160 upwards while bags and skirts are $100 upwards.

Dr. Martens

The coolest store in the house, with an industrial-inspired design reflected throughout its space, staying true to its original, industrial British roots. Dr. Martens current seasonal collection by Agyness Deyn is fun, with T-shirts emblazoned with eye-catching eyeballs available for just $75 each.