MUJI lovers, join the brand in celebrating its 15th birthday in Singapore with a not-to-be-missed sale and score some great freebies while you’re at it!
Crazy in love with MUJI’s functional, pared-down designs? Now’s the time to build your collection of sleek and simple everyday products because the minimalist home-goods brand is celebrating its 15th year in Singapore with a nation-wide sale, irresistible promotions, and awesome freebies.
From now till 2 May 2018, fans of the well-loved Japanese label can get 15% off heaps of items, including MUJI’s new linen series, water repellent shoes, hard carry cases, bedlinen, and more. These products are all extremely popular, so you’re going to have to move quickly to get your hands on the bestsellers! There will also be lucky draws and gifts with every purchase so you’ve got more reason to shop ‘til you drop.
Don’t miss: Talks and exhibitions
Deals and freebies aside, MUJI Singapore’s got lots going on during its 15th anniversary.
One highlight? The talk and panel discussion on textiles, design and sustainability coming up on 20 April 2018 (4 to 6pm at SOTA Drama Theatre). Renowned Japanese textile designer Reiko Sudo (who’s also part of the Design Committee of MUJI Japan) will be leading this special session. Join her as she speaks about how in recent years thinking more about textiles in relation to the environment has changed the way she designs and creates textiles.
Following Reiko Sudo’s talk on how waste materials have been central to her creative and educational efforts, local designers Elita Ong, Tiffany Loy and Morgan Yeo will be adding to the dialogue by discussing creative reuse in the context of their previous projects and current practices.
Tickets are priced at $15 and all attendees will receive an exclusive MUJI 15th Anniversary cotton myBag and a $10 Muji Gift Card!
We’ll also be checking out the Japanese Textiles: Profession & Processes exhibition. Held at MUJI’s Plaza Singapura outlet from now until 6 May 2018, the open gallery gives visitors a better understanding of Japanese craftsmanship and the textile-making process.
You know where we’ll be sneaking off to during our lunch break…
This article is sponsored by MUJI Singapore