There’s no reason to skimp on fashion. Stay in tune with your style with these new arrivals from local, indie and popular fashion labels.
Looking to upgrade your wardrobe this year? Shop new arrivals from local indie and international labels that’ll help you reach fashionista status. This month, we’ve got interesting collabs, an ultra-comfy loungewear line and a couple of cool concept stores for unique shopping experiences. Read on and add to cart.
Shop new arrivals and fashion collections on our radar
1. Beyond The Vines’ new Design Post
Local fashion label Beyond The Vines opens the doors of its new Design Post. Just a few steps away from its Takashimaya outlet, the design studio holds exciting store exclusives, including water bottles by Nalgene (designed with a cool “A World Beyond” illustration), reusable water-proof film cameras, caps, face masks and more. You’ll also find bestsellers like its dumpling bags displayed right at the entrance. The experiential space, which is inspired by a post office, dons unconventional designs like polycarbonate walls and crates decked in its signature blue colour.
Beyond The Vines Design Post, #B3-1, Ion Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801
2. Uniqlo x Jujutsu Kaisen
Uniqlo will launch its first Uniqlo t-shirt (UT) collaboration with Japanese manga series Jujutsu Kaisen in June. Take your pick from original art featuring highly-popular characters and unforgettable scenes from the manga series. A definite collector’s item for sure!
Uniqlo x Jujutsu Kaisen collection, available from early June at Uniqlo stores and online
Shop for a good cause thanks to H&M’s new skate-and-surf summer collection. The campaign empowers the members of Black Girls Skate, a non-profit that supports skaters who are of colour and identify as women and/or non-binary. Step up your style with cute casual co-ords, cropped t-shirts and bermuda shorts clad in tie-dye patterns and cool prints.
H&M’s skate-and-surf inspired collection, available from 13 May at H&M stores and online
4. Adidas MakerLab
Add a creative spin to your classic kicks at the Adidas MakerLab. A first in Singapore for the sports brand, the concept store houses exclusive design patches by local creatives Yana and Jun, Reza Hasni, Marina A. and Aeropalmics. Pimp up your apparel or accessories with customised prints and designs through heat press, pin badges and direct to print methods. Hop over to the MakerLab at VivoCity for in-store installations and exclusives as well as customised designs.
Adidas MakerLab, #L1-73/87, VivoCity, 1 HarbourFront Walk, Singapore 098585
If you love Sojao’s luxuriously soft and crisp sheets, brace yourself for more! Fresh off its successful collection with Benjamin Barker, the brand is now treating us to an ultra-comfy casual loungewear line. Ace your WFH outfit (if casual’s your thing) with organic cotton shirt and pant sets in olive, navy, rouge, light blue and grey.
Sojao, available online
Other new arrivals and fashion collections to check out
As part of Pomelo’s “Down to Earth” sustainable initiative to incorporate eco-friendly fabrics and sustainable practices, the label’s Spring Summer 2021 collection sees a variety of consciously-crafted denim and everyday wear, plus accessories created from upcycled deadstock fabrics. Think denim made through a water neutral process that reduces water usage and improves water management; as well as vegan leather and eco-friendly dyes. Its motto for 2021: at least 20% of new arrivals will comprise of better-alternative fabrics.
Pomelo Spring Summer 2021 collection, available online
Get your shades game on with Retrosuperfuture’s sleek AF Spring Summer 2021 eyewear collection. The line blends high-end aesthetics and everyday wearability with ease. The result? Seven contemporary designs in powerful silhouettes. Take your pick from three segments – classic and timeless (Racer and 1968), oversized shapes with a bolder statement (Mega and Oltre), and playful and edgy (Teddy, Atena and Cocca).
Retrosuperfuture Spring Summer 2021 collection, available online and at B1-29, Wisma Atria, 435 Orchard Road, Singapore 238877
In tandem with International Women’s Day, DMK launches an über stylish sneaker line to celebrate women as they put their best foot forward. The #feelgoodDMK sneaker collection consists of sneakers and slip-ons made with faux-leather and a soft cushion base for comfort with every step. And we love the choices of nude, pastel pink, grey and classic white colours with a splash of silver. But here’s the best part – 38% of the sale proceeds from the collection will go towards The Star Shelter Fund to support survivors (specifically women and their children) of domestic violence.
DMK #feelgoodDMK sneaker collection, available online
9. H&M x Simone Rocha
H&M collaborates with Irish designer Simone Rocha for the first time, and there’s something for everyone in the family. That’s right, the collection offers womenswear, menswear and childrenswear for every occasion. Think tulle dresses, knits, trenches, casual t-shirts, accessories, along with sparkling jewellery and pearl-embellished footwear. True to Rocha’s style, the pieces are unabashedly playful, magical and a little whimsical. Feels like Bridgerton meets Alice in Wonderland to us.
H&M x Simone Rocha, available online and various locations including H&M Orchard Building, VivoCity and Ion Orchard
10. Olivia Burton
The popular watch and jewellery brand unveils sweet additions to its Rainbow collection – the Rainbow Bee. You’ll find its signature bee motif along with details like pastel-hued Swarovski crystal-embellished wings, an engraved striping along the body and a rose gold finish. Perfect for an early Mother’s Day gift or if you just want to brighten someone’s day.
Olivia Burton Rainbow Bee collection, available online and at various locations including Ion Orchard, Raffles City and VivoCity
11. SocietyA x Xinnatex
Multi-label e-boutique closes its “x SocietyA project” – an initiative that unites Asian designers to create collaborations with the brand – with a limited-edition capsule collection. This time it’s joined hands with Jin Hsu and Joey Lee from Xinnatex, a New York-based womenswear label. The designers have given their minimalist aesthetic a break and to go bold with this collection. We’re talking about experimental silhouettes and styles for city dwellers. We particularly like the flowy dresses made from silky acetate fabric, alongside flared wide-leg bottoms and skirts.
SocietyA x Xinnatex, available online and at #03-14A, Takashimaya S.C, Ngee Ann City, 391 Orchard Road, Singapore 238801
12. Otona Mode, Societe and SBT at BHG Singapore
Three of BHG Singapore’s in-house local labels designed by fashion designer Esther Choy have launched new arrivals for the new year. From the looks of it, our cart is going to be blowing up with new staples. First up, Otona Mode. It’s all about relaxed, comfy and laid-back charm with oversized fits. Our eyes are set on the loose fit midi dress with pockets in yellow (pictured above).
If your wardrobe is screaming for workwear staples, Societe is your best bet. Elegant, pastel tones, with wrinkle-resistant materials for convenience, encompass the collection. A handful of dresses aside, there’s also a good range of separates to mix and match.
Finally, SBT encompasses resort wear that we only wish we could use during our travels. Nonetheless, strut around Singapore in flowy dresses and wide leg pants with alluring design elements such as eyelets, flower prints, and stripes.
BHG Singapore in-house labels, multiple BHG locations including Bugis, Bishan and Jurong, and online
13. Pink Salt
This local swimwear and resort wear label drops a new collection inspired by Mother Nature and her gorgeous blooms. Make beach day a stylish one with layers of foliage and bloom prints on bestsellers like the Tia one piece, Harper one piece and Hamari short jacket. Fresh off the rack is the Olivia one piece, a silhouette featuring a V-neck and obi belt detail that accentuates the waist.
Pink Salt, available at Design Orchard and online
14. Ying the Label x Ove
Singapore fashion and lifestyle brands Ove and Ying The Label join hands for Autumn. The new collection combines Ying’s signature watercolour art with Ove’s timeless ethos. We’re swooning over the ginkgo leaf design hand-painted in autumn colours by Ying herself. The Autumn lifestyle set features a luxe pleated kimono and matching ceramic plate. Just take our money…
Ove x Ying, available online
15. Loewe x My Neighbor Totoro
Fans of Loewe and Studio Ghibli, the My Neighbour Totoro capsule collection has finally dropped and we’re loving every bit of it. You’ll find the beloved characters on Loewe’s signature prints, allover prints, jacquard intarsia and leather marquetry. Celebrate your inner child and take your pick from t-shirts, hooded sweatshirts, jumpers, culottes, biker jackets and handbags in vibrant colours.
Loewe x My Neighbor Totoro, multiple locations including The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands and online
Esse’s Shifting Paths capsule is a reflection of the eventful 2020. And no, it’s far from grim. Founder and designer Alicia takes an optimistic approach for the new year with pops of colour, as well as sharp tailored styles to usher in a new sensibility and approach to the local brand’s design journey. The collection features a mix of tops and bottoms, as well as dresses and jackets in Esse’s signature silhouettes.
Esse, available online
17. Carrie K.
Did you know that a starburst galaxy is formed when two galaxies collide? It also paves way for the formation of new stars. With a reminder that challenges birth bigger and better things, Carrie K.’s Starburst collection promises elegance and exuberance. Add subtle touches to your look with the solitaire ring in white, Swiss blue or London blue topaz, or go all out with the Starburst statement ring and its moissanite gemstones.
Carrie K., multiple locations including Takashimaya and National Design Centre (by appointment only), and online
18. Sui Wildflower collection
The slow fashion brand is back with yet another enticing collection. Titled Wildflower, these new arrivals are also a reflection of the strength and resilience we endured last year. ICYDW, wildflowers bloom no matter where they’re planted. How befitting! The prints are hand block printed in azo free dyes, and fabrics are hand spun in organic cotton. You’ll notice familiar daisy, bush sunflower and poppy flower motifs – inspired by wildflowers found in California and India – in earthy olive and rust colours.
Sui, available online
There you have it. New arrivals and fashion collections that you should definitely add to cart!