Brace yourselves shopaholics! Singapore’s longest-running boutique shopping event – Boutique Fairs Singapore is back! There’ll be over 120 vendors, each bringing their own unique wares to the table. Already a fixture in Singapore’s shopping calendar, the two-day shopping extravaganza will be held on Friday 6 and Saturday 7 November 2015 and will play host to a slew of stylish and socially conscious brands. The emphasis this year will be on design-led and socially responsible businesses, so shoppers can expect a variety of ethically produced goods that aren’t just well meaning but are totally lust-worthy to boot!
Now in its fourteenth year, Boutique Fairs Singapore will boast an irresistible mix of women’s and men’s fashion and accessories, home and décor, children’s apparel, toys and more! Over 85% of vendors at this edition of Boutiques Singapore endorse socially responsible practices and that’s all the assurance we need to get our shopping adrenalines pumping.
Many of the vendors will be displaying their wares in a ‘boutique’ setting – complete with unique shelving, ambient lighting and even plush seating! An affordable selection of fine wine by Drink! is also available for purchase, while coffee by Workspace Espresso Bar will be available on a donation basis. If that doesn’t get you warmed up, there are also mani sessions by The Nail Social, delish meals prepared by Cedeke Bakery Cafe and interior design workshops and talks to keep you busy at the central lounge area.
To get you acquainted with all that the fair has to offer, we’ve singled out some of the brands making their debut at Boutiques Singapore. Also on our radar are a few familiar faces that will be launching brand new collections. Find out which ones you need to add to your shopping list or better yet, your Christmas wish list!
More of a visual creature perhaps? Scroll down to see our image gallery from the last event.
Women’s Fashion and Accessories
Woven from the finest cashmere yarn, Ayesha’s handcrafted cashmere scarves, stoles and shawls are the epitome of contemporary luxury and comfort.
As the platform that launched independent jewellery labels such as Zaarin and EVOCATEUR, Curator’s Den will be presenting a new haul of goodies including aromatherapeutic bath and body brand – Not Soap Radio.
Inspired by antique pieces collected over the years, Darsala’s delicately crafted jewellery each reflect a story. It will be launching a new collection of clutches and bags that blend uniquely Asian materials with a European sensibility.
Creatively accented with the intrinsic beauty and romance of natural stones, Killari pieces are a series of delicate yet distinctive wearable objet d’art. It will be premiering a new collection for women – and one dedicated to the men!
Maria Xuan combines the timeless elegance of horn with lacquer, gold, silver, brass, jade or semi- precious stones to create her signature sautoir necklaces and jewellery.
Bali-based lifestyle store, SOUQ brims with an eclectic selection of fashion, furniture and homewares with craftsmanship at its heart.
Men’s Fashion and Accessories
Vanda Fine Clothing’s hand sewn neckties and pocket squares bear a visible mark of distinction – meticulously hand-rolled edges and the highest quality materials.
BABIES & CHILDREN
Baby Style Icon
A rare commodity in the kawaii-obsessed kidswear industry, Baby Style Icon features a mix of cool handpicked labels for stylish tots aged 6 and under.
Domestic Objects specialises in beautifully handmade teepees, play tents, and accessories for children that promote creative and imaginative play.
Fun and summer-ready fashion, accessories and décor from Coco and Ginger, Kidsagogo, and ‘lil Fairy that will make your eyes sparkle.
Appointing lamps as a canvas for creativity, Lampelier specialises in handcrafted bespoke lampshades and accessories dipped in prints and colour.
Let’s Stay In is a purveyor of beautifully designed and carefully considered objects that invigorate and uplift the home.
When: Friday & Saturday, Nov 6 & 7, 2015 | 9am – 6pm
Where: F1 Pit Building, No. 1 Republic Boulevard, #02-01 and #02-02, Singapore 038975
Payment method: Cash, all major credit cards & NETS
Admission: Free with optional donation at the door. 100% of proceeds from admission will go towards a local charity.