The Actually crew pulled the shutters on all of their outlets, consolidating all their wares in a single venue at 313@somerset
. Their biggest boutique to date is still as off-beat and hip as ever, with an unusual five-door storefront and quirky toys littered around the warm-industrial space. There are more labels to be had, too, including mainstays like Freitag and Boy London alongside local names such as Coupe Cousu, Yumumu and Ownmuse.
This multi-label store and online boutique stocks cult and emerging labels from around the world including Addison, Bec & Bridge, Cameo, Keepsake, Mawi, Self-Portrait, Stylestalker and Vita Fede. All the pieces are handpicked and the store only stocks a limited number of pieces for each design. It also carries local skincare brand Mandy T.
What started out as a pop-up concept store is now a regular haunt for trendy, clued-in shoppers. Their second outlet retains the intimate, homey vibe as with its sister outlet in the same neighbourhood but offers different labels spanning ready-to-wear, accessories and home wares such as Los Angeles-based Building Blocks and British brand Falcon Enamelware.
This multi-label concept store has expanded to house five more creative heads, all under one industrial chic roof. This clean, minimalist space, first kicked off with Kilo restaurant, sifr clothes and pact+LIM salon. Now, the lineup includes Code Deco, Fred Lives Here, Killari, kiyone+LIM and SPUR Hauswerks.
Multi-label establishment Rockstar by Soon Lee might have just closed its second store that’s housed within the restored Orchard 22 building, but there’s still shopping to be done at their Cineleisure outlet. You’ll find everything from big international labels like Toms and Daniel Wellington to cult labels like Poler Bags and Hypergrand.
A collaborative effort of four local brands—Sylvia Lim of Triologie, Ana Vu of Ana Boutiques, Timothy Chen of AsiaFashionInc.com and Ellen Allen of Gaia Living—this multi-label boutique is brimming with fasion and gift-worthy knick-knacks from the founders’ brands, as well as independent emerging designers including IndyK, Stones that Rock and Desino.
Just when you’ve about managed to navigate around VivoCity, there’s a new shop on board. Multi-brand lifestyle store Weekends
stocks 14 international brands that sell everything from stationery to jewelry and home decor. And while it’s a little more targeted at the ladies, there are fun ceiling lights in the shape of balloons by Brokis, minimalist gold-tinged wall clocks by Acctim and highly-coveted Jonathan Adler accessories ranging from coasters to journals.
Multi-label French fashion store opens its first Asian outpost in Singapore, at Takashimaya. This boutique that not only oozes Parisian chic with its minimalist decor but it also carries eclectic clothes and accessories by the likes of Iro and Servane Gaxotte. Other well-known French labels that it carries include Mes Demoiselles, Ba&Sh and Gat Rimon.
This popular Hong Kong multi-label houses hip and edgy brands. Shop in-house brands from Hong Kong including sharp, grungy styles from Izzue and 5cm or score cool street style pieces by Fingercroxx. If you’re after something more chic, there’s :chocolate and its well-tailored threads for that.