Luxury eyewear brand Linda Farrow is a favourite among celebrities like Rihanna, Beyoncé, and the Hadid sisters. Ahead of its 50th anniversary in 2020, the brand is collaborating with On Pedder to showcase its collections, past and present. Many of its quirkiest styles have been designed in collaboration with the likes of Jeremy Scott, Alexander Wang and Yaz Buckley, so don't miss a chance to view these unique designs. Selected styles are also available for purchase.
Shopping for new clothes can be fun, but digging through someone else's wardrobe and picking out your favourites – for free! – is equally as thrilling, and also a lot more sustainable. In partnership with Marina Barrage and social enterprise Terra SG, the Swapaholic team will be holding the very first Swapathon on September 7. Not only will you be able to swap clothes with other participants, but you also have to actively earn your 'swap points' first. There will be plenty of vendor booths and workshops to engage with that will help you score those points. You can also start mastering your swapping skills at the beauty, book and plant swap first before you dive into the main event that is the fashion swap.
Come and support local businesses and social enterprises at this pop-up weekly marketplace at Bayfront Plaza (next to Bayfront MRT), and splash some cash on a wide variety of unique wares, artisanal products and handmade knick-knacks.
Enliven your Orchard experience with an all-new roving pop-up concept, NAO (Night at Orchard). Happening every first weekend of the month along the stretch between ION Orchard and Ngee Ann City, expect a showcase of talents across fashion, arts, dining, and music. Highlights include culinary offerings by popular brands like Old Chang Kee and Michelin-starred restaurant Shisen Hanten by Chen Kentaro, shopping options with the likes of up-and-coming brands such as oasis:skin and Indigo Culture, and busking performances from NoonTalk artiste Gavin Teo, One Moment of Glory winner Jill-Marie Thomas, and popular indie acts like Codie Loh, Raphael Leong and Yeo Ming Jun.