Beyond The Vines‘ pop-up store: The homegrown label’s debut Pre-fall collection had little fanfare when it launched back in May, but that all looks set to change with the establishment of their month-long pop-up store, a short walk away from Holland Village MRT. Minimalist pieces from Pre-fall are now available, and the first batch from Fall – loose-fitting tees, midi skirts and classic sheaths – will drop on the 15th. Till Sep 27, 75 Jalan Kelabu Asap
Furla’s new flagship opens at MBS: The store design – polished brass shelves and warm wooden furnishings – is modelled after the Italian brand’s headquarters in an 18th century villa. Besides bestselling styles like the Candy and the Metropolis bags (for Fall, these designs come in arty geometric print and new shapes like backpacks), the 1,600 sq ft store also stocks accessories like eyewear and wallets.
Uniqlo x Ines de la Fressange collection: It’s the fourth time the Japanese brand and French fashion icon are collaborating, and the 95-piece collection ($14.90-$269.90) offers ’50s-style tailored jackets, cable knit sweaters and high-waisted skirts in rich hues like forest green and wine red. Available at Suntec City (#01-382 to 386) and online
Brunello Cucinelli‘s limited edition Monili sneakers: We dub these the cooler, artisanal alternative ($1,790) to the ubiquitous white sneakers: They’re made by hand from high-quality materials such as suede, flannel and wool, and the three-layered sole is made of three different types of material that are joined by hand. #01-17/18 Paragon Shopping Centre
Burberry Scarf Bar debuts: Launched globally on Sep 2, the brand new service gives customers the opportunity to customise a scarf to their liking. Choose from over 30 colours in two types of cashmere – lightweight and classic – and monogram up to three of your initials using 30 different shades of thread. Prices start from $825, while monogramming requires a top-up of $120 (for adults) or $80 (for children). #02-16/17/18 Ion Orchard and #B1-103 & B2-78 Marina Bay Sands
Nike Tech Fleece collection launches: The star product for women in the range is the Nike Tech Fleece Cape – made of soft cotton jersey, it has a layer of foam in between which helps to trap air so it keeps its wearer warm and well-insulated. The hoodie also comes with an oversized cocoon-like hood in three colours: a light grey, maroon and camouflage print. $299, available at selected Nike stores including Paragon and Shaw Lido
Manolo Blahnik’s revamped store in Takashimaya D.S.: It’s the footwear brand that style icons like Diana Vreeland and Jackie Onassis adored. Its new monochrome space within the department store just opened last week and currently retails Fall Winter pieces (from $1,150 for a pair of pumps to $3,200 for a pair of embellished ones). Level 2 Takashimaya D.S.
Choo Yilin launches the Peranakan Pop collection: It’s the younger, more affordable line from the local jewellery brand, with brighter gems like amethyst and green onyx as well as a range of freshwater pearl bracelets. $188-$358, www.chooyilin.com
Cos opens third store at Raffles City: It may be the third store here, but this one is dedicated to womenswear – yes, all 2,250 sq ft of it – which means you can shop the Fall Winter ’15 collection – oversized shirts, loose-fitting culottes in muted tones – to your heart’s content. #01-32 Raffles City
Boucheron opens its doors at MBS: Head here for luxe jewellery pieces that’s been worn by models Jourdan Dunn and Natasha Poly, actress Salma Hayek and streetstyle star Chiara Ferragni. The 900 sq ft store’s marble-clad exterior is inspired by 26 Place Vendome in Paris, the historic boutique where jeweller Frederic Boucheron first opened shop in 1893, while the interior comes in a soothing palette of white, brown and grey. #01-56 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
MSGM opens a new store in Takashimaya D.S.: The Italian label is known for its fun, playful aesthetic, and its first standalone store in Southeast Asia will house menswear, womenswear and accessories. Level 2 Takashimaya D.S.