Scoring the season's must-haves you've instantly coveted as they hit the runway is no longer a sinuous waiting game. With the revolutionary see-now-buy-now model shaking up the traditional structure of fashion weeks, Singapore Fashion Week (SGFW) follows suit by teaming up with Boutique Fairs Singapore for a 2-day pop-up station. The local shopping avenue welcomes 12 curated brands, of which includes some of the homegrown labels showcased at Singapore Fashion Week: Independent accessories label ALT, Asian heritage-inspired womenswear Chi Chi Von Tang, and bespoke ready-to-wear Nida Shay.
Along with these SGFW residents, other notables in the line-up are Carolyn Kan's quirky jewellery namesake Carrie K, sustainable artisanal prints from Matter, less-is-more aesthetic from Ying The Label, feminine sophistication from Engell Peh, pared-back essentials from Klarra, and multi-label boutique Threadbare & Squirrel, which carries SGFW's leading label Max.Tan.
Singapore Fashion Week x Boutique Fairs Singapore's pop-up event is held from 4-5 November at the F1 Pit Building.