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Fashion Editor's Picks: The Fashion And Lifestyle Goods From Singapore Brands You'd Be Proud To Own

Two words: Support local.
Silk brocade jacket, $3,200, Lisa Von Tang
You can choose to buy this regal military jacket off the rack or have a bespoke one made for you. For the latter, everything from the type of brocade pattern to the colour of the inner lining to even the kind of words you would like to embroider on the jacket can be customised. The Banker brass, glass and marble desk lamp, $328,
Pamela Ting and Jessica Wong, founders of this Art Deco-inspired furniture brand, give the ubiquitous banker’s desk lamp a trendy update with clean lines and Nero Marquina marble. PU pumps, $59.90, Charles & Keith
The homegrown shoe brand comes up with an arty rendition for sensible footwear which comes with metallic pebble-shaped heels. Cotton-blend shirtdress, $499, Max.Tan
Designer Max Tan’s experimental take on the classic shirtdress sees him constructing the frock in an askew manner. Anaphora 18K pink gold necklace with pearls and diamonds, $21,600, State Property
This young fine jewellery studio always comes up with the most contemporary designs and functional jewellery. We love how this versatile necklace can be worn as a choker, a lariat, or with a detachable pendant. Rye cotton drop-waist dress, $155, Level 2 Tangs at Tang Plaza
This utilitarian dress looks sophisticated in an inky shade of emerald green. Cotton socks, $24.90,
Homegrown multi-disciplinary strategy and brand consultancy firm Acre teams up with the folks behind street style blog Shentonista and public relations and branding agency Uniform to create this pair of adorable socks. The inspiration behind the checked design? Handkerchiefs that the “ah pek” generation carries. Crepe and organza midi dress, $529,
This dreamy confection is the perfect summer dress to go with a pair of Grecian sandals. The Journey 18K yellow gold bangle with diamonds, $6,700, Poh Heng
Designed as a four-piece collection for the jeweller’s 70th anniversary, this bangle bears a subtle take on the Roman numeral for the number seven.   Cotton iron-on patches, $7.90 each,
Patches are a big trend in accessories right now. These ones let you wear your favourite local icons (Milo Dinosaur, anyone?) like a badge of honour. Cotton T-shirt, $200,
The young creative collective debut collection features hand-made garments plastered with apocalyptic messages. Cotton dress, $112,
Made of organic cotton, this dress is proof that sustainable fashion doesn’t need to be in a humdrum Earth Mother style.