Fashion fanatics: we’re bringing you the exclusive scoop on what’s got us excited in the Expat Living fashion department this month. From the latest collection launches to online shopping deals, cute boutique openings and new brands, here’s all you need to know about shopping in Singapore.
The latest collection by Embrace Jewellery is a beautiful medley of curves and organic shapes, dressed up in pearls. Modern and contemporary, yet playful, the line-up features timeless pieces in sterling silver with gold, rose gold or rhodium plating.
Mask Up with Style!
Wearing face masks seems to be the new norm, at least for now. But that doesn’t mean you can’t look good while you’re at it! Meiko Tailor is retailing Egyptian cotton and batik masks, available in adult, teen and kid sizes. Made from a high-quality, two-ply, 100 percent Egyptian cotton fabric, each cotton mask fits comfortably on the nose bridge and wraps well around the chin. It also comes with an inner pocket for you to insert your own filter. The batik fabrics are said to be even more tightly woven than regular quilting cottons, making them more durable and less likely to fray. Make your mask special by getting your initials embroidered on it!
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We’re loving this unisex pair of Grey Wave Marlin sunnies ($140) from sustainable eyewear brand Truth & All. Handmade at a family-run factory in Greece, the frame features biodegradable and compostable bio-acetate, while the lens offers UV400 protection from the sun’s harmful rays.
We’re in love with Lustre Jewellery’s new range Shinrin, which means “forest” in Japanese. The nature-led designs take inspiration from bamboo plants and boast a stunning combination of green and gold. Malachite takes centrestage in this gorgeous collection.
All about Watches
Whether you’re into luxury timepieces, or you’re interested in learning about the art of watchmaking, check out online platform watchesandwonders.com. You’ll get to watch exclusive videos by brand founders, suss out tips from experts and discover the latest products – all in one place. Featured brands include Roger Dubuis, Piaget and Purnell.
Pomelo has expanded its sustainable line, Purpose by Pomelo. The easy-to-wear collection uses fabrics that are better for the environment, such as Better Cotton Initiative (BTI) cotton, linen, hemp and Tencel, which is regenerated from wood cellulose.
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