Fashion Update: Local Labels To Check Out

It’s Digital Fashion Week in Singapore and I’m super inspired to do this post! My style is all about classic cuts, good quality material, and a little bit of something unique. My budget’s usually below $150 for a dress. I thought I’ll share some of the latest local designers that I love. #1: Saturday Club (www.saturdayclub.com) You know Kate Spade Saturday? I love their pieces. Classic, timeless designs with good quality materials but kinda out of my budget at about…

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Shopping Guide To Haji Lane

Indie boutiques, local designers, there’s a lot going on at Haji Lane. If you’re looking for a break from the usual mainstream high street brands, do check out the quaint little lane that is Haji Lane. I really don’t come here often enough. I love the stuff I find here every single time. Here’s a collection of the shops I love visiting the most along Haji Lane. #1: Soon Lee 73 Haji Lane Soon Lee has a great selection of…

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5 To-Die-For Steve Madden Kicks!

The Steve Madden girl is cool, confident, and always on the go. For Spring 2015, Steve Madden has launched a whole range of new kickswith prints and embellishments, ranging from espadrilles and flat sandals to sneakers and party heels. Here are 5 kicks that caught my eye! #1: VILLANO This rendition of gladiator inspired sandals is so sexy. I loveee the frills running down the centre of the shoe! I am so tempted to get this! I told myself if…

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adidas Originals celebrates the legacy of the Vintage Superstar

When the Superstar shoe was first launched by adidas back in 1969, the word ‘Superstar’ was unambiguous. Today, the word has been corrupted to the point of confusion. So this year, adidas Originals sets out to question what it means to be a superstar. Watch the short film from adidas Originals, directed by Karim Huu Do, on what it means to be a Superstar in 2015: Celebrating the legacy of the Superstar, the Superstar Vintage pack range is available from…

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Comme des Garçons X BATA collaboration

What an unexpected but well executed collaboration! Japanese brand Comme des Garçons has partnered up with Bata to give the unassuming sneaker shoes the Comme dot treatment. Two versions of the classic tennis shoe will feature a black polka-dot print on the white canvas of Bata’s classic tennis shoe silhouette. Retailing at S$190, designer Rei Kawakubo’s signature kitschy polka dots give such instant oomph to the comfortable Bata Tennis. These come just in time for the holiday season! I’m so in love…

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