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What To Shop, Eat & Do At Pedder On Scotts This Month

You know and love multi-label boutique Pedder On Scotts for its unique retail concept, hotly anticipated pop-ups like Fenty Puma x Rihanna and its string of cool collaborations artists and beauty brands. (Streetstyle star Irene Kim even dropped by during her recent visit to Singapore.)

This month, they’re celebrating their one-year anniversary by doing what they do best: Introducing a new accessory label for a limited time only and refreshing its kiosks with tantalising new treats. Find out what’s in store below:

#1: Score new shoes and bags from Spanish label Pedro Garcia
The “Made in Spain: Eye on Bilbao” pop-up store (on now till Nov 15) is its biggest one in Asia, and showcases designs by Spanish designer Pedro Garcia and his sister Mila, who have been running the shoe-making firm since their grandfather founded the brand in 1925. What to expect: Ballet flats, wedge sandals and totes for everyday, and a chance to meet the designer in person on Oct 20. #2: Whet your appetites at Hediard, a new fine foods kiosk within Pedder On Scotts
The Parisien international retailer is recognised as a luxury fine foods specialist, and will bring in an exclusive array of specialty teas, coffees, jams and biscuits to Pedder On Scotts.   #3: Do a taste test of the finest chocolates from all around the world
One-year-old local business Hello Chocolate specialises in a chocolate library that stocks a range of the most delectable creations from all over the world. Exclusive to its kiosk are brands like Ocelot, a Scotland-based young gourmet chocolate brand, and Omnem, an Iceland-based label which produces handcrafted chocolates. Sampling sessions will be held every weekend in October, so don’t miss out. #4: Go all out with wefies at an instant print photobooth
Grab your pals and ham it up for the camera or show off your OOTDs at the weekend-only photobooth.   Like this? Don’t miss Crabtree & Evelyn’s pop-up cafe, Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama’s exhibition in Singapore and check out the Singapore bars that made it to the world’s 50 best bars list in 2016.