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Shopping In Singapore: Fiorucci And Adidas Originals Pool-Ready Outing, Ong Shunmugam Launches A New Label & Anti-Normcore Sandals

Five of our favourite releases to snag before they're gone.
Adidas Originals and iconic fashion house Fiorucci have unveiled a second tie-up. The collection ($90-$240) will drop at the brand’s Pacific Plaza store and online on May 10. The pool party-ready collection comprises classic Adidas Originals staples like the slides, track shorts and sneakers adorned with flashy Fiorucci graphics from the latter’s ’80s archives that were once spread across T-shirts, magazines, and posters. Think Dua Lipa‘s New Rules video meets ’80s Madonna.   BAGGING RIGHTS
Want to crank up the practical factor of your canvas totes? Then Moynat’s new Canvas 1920 Line ($610-$2,500) should be it. The folks there have given its iconic linen-cotton canvas more durability but adding an extra coating and water-repellent protector so that the bag can be cleaned with a damp cloth but still retains a soft, natural and powdery finish. This new line extends to the brand’s popular Oh tote (above), its Quattro Ruban tote, 48H weekender, pouches and SLGs.   NEW KID ON THE BLOCK
If you know Ong Shunmugam for its Oriental-influenced designs and Asian fabrics, then the brand’s newly launched diffusion label Om is a chicer everyday affair. The 23-piece debut ($149-$399) consists of updated essentials such as a circular shaped shirt with pleating details along the front yoke (middle), kimono jackets and skirt-pants hybrids. The fabrics are mostly made of synthetic blends (read: it doesn’t crease so easily), high spandex count for fitted items and breathability. In short, these pieces are primed for a real woman’s wardrobe. LA INK
Dr. Woo’s one person Hollywood’s biggest stars like Drake and Miley Cyrus go to when they need a fix – not for Botox – but for the coolest tattoos. The L.A. native whose real name is Brian Woo is now channelling his craft for fine and delicate ink drawings as embroidery on a capsule collection with Sacai. These tattoo-like embellishments appear on a series of items ($550-$2,100) like T-shirts, sweatshirts and souvenier jackets and will drop at Dover Street Market Singapore from May 18.   BEST FOOT FORWARD
When a Spanish heritage footwear house best known for its elegant designs takes on ’90s sports sandals like Tevas, you know it won’t be your regular normcore outing. For the global pre-launch of the Love sandals from Fall/Winter 2019, the 93-year-old brand Pedro Garcia beautifully turns up a pair of suede sandals that’s more daytime glamour than hiking gear. Available in black or silver ($680) at On Pedder, the kicks feature comfortable and contoured flatforms and slim silk satin straps that are double stitched and paved Swarovski crystals.