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New brands will join The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands in the next few months.
They include award-winning Singapore fashion label In Good Company, which will showcase its signature womenswear and Mini Me collections for children three to eight years old. The 1600 sqft (148.6 sqm) store will also have a play area for children.
Meanwhile, the outlet for local luxury leather goods and accessories brand Kwanpen will be extensively renovated to become its largest flagship boutique in Singapore. Opening next month, the boutique will triple in size to more than 2500 sqft.
Other anticipated openings in the coming months include new-to-market Hong Kong fashion and accessories label EQ:IQ with a standalone boutique, as well as French luxury brand Balmain’s first standalone store for Southeast Asia. Its 1647 sqft store will feature an interior concept that echoes its traditional Parisian boutiques.
Two boutiques will be the first for Southeast Asia, for diamond jeweller Nirav Modi and perfume house Henry Jacques.
Bespoke beauty offerings include the re-opening of perfumery Jo Malone and a new standalone Estee Lauder boutique. Also renovated, Chanel Fragrance & Beauty offers a new private facial cabin, as well as personalised beauty and fragrance consultations.
Following the unveiling of the Chanel Ephemeral boutique last month, Fendi has also launched a menswear pop-up for the first time at The Shoppes until Sunday. For the first time in Asia, The Fendi Ape Car is showcasing the latest Fendi Vocabulary Capsule Collection.
Singaporean designer label Chi Chi Von Tang will also open a pop-up store, featuring a personalised shopping experience.
Joining the F&B line-up will be French tearoom/patisserie Angelina, and homegrown Da Paolo Gastronomia, a gelato bar along the waterfront promenade. Also new to the promenade are The Bird Southern Table & Bar and Dallas Cafe & Bar.
TWG Tea will re-open at a new location at The Shoppes next month with a 50-seat salon and boutique featuring a counter for tea-infused chocolate.