Stussy has been called the Chanel of streetwear, a bastion of California skate/surf culture, a magnet for designer collaborators from Kim Jones to Rick Owens… and now it’s the latest comeback in the Singapore retail scene. After closing its brick-and-mortar stores here a few years ago (though you can still cop pieces at Dover Street Market Singapore), the American label has just reopened its standalone Chapter Store concept boutique in #01-01 Scotts Square.
Designed by Los Angeles architecture studio Perron-Roettinger (it’s also behind Chapter Store outposts in cities like Tokyo and Shanghai), the space exudes SoCal cool with its industrial-meets-natural design filled with polished concrete, Cantino marble and light oak finishings. In terms of merchandise, expect streetwear staples such as T-shirts, caps and cargo pants, as well as the ‘Singapore Surfman’ logo tee designed exclusively for the opening.
Equally exciting were the guests at the recent store opening – who included a hat-loving marketeer and a multi-hyphenate with a penchant for the ’70s aesthetic. Intrigued? Scroll on for more.
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