What's NewOctober 2019
Gnome & Bow
Gnome & Bow was founded on the notion that bags can go beyond functionality to become a new medium for storytelling. As with reading a book for the first time, exploring our products will uncover subtle and clever details that reveal a story you’ll find familiar, but with a modern twist.
Experience art that comes alive with Patrick Bezalel, a Singapore-based artist who creates artworks inspired by his Christian faith.
Patrick’s ongoing series explores hyperrealism paintings that depict the various aspects of Yeshua and His words in the bible. Consisting of thousands of painstaking strokes over hundreds of hours on his iPad media, each painting is then produced on metal print in limited edition copies.
A custodian of contemporary jewellery creations, Alexandria Maison Singapore invites you to embrace a sophisticated lifestyle. Their belief in the importance of detail in design, translates into their collaborations with international designers to produce collections of beautifully crafted fine jewellery.
This quintessential Parisian pâtisserie and salon de thé invites you to share our joie de vivre in our beautiful surroundings, reminiscent of an elegant boudoir with an excess of meticulously crafted cakes, pastries and fine food.
Created in 2007, Huggs Coffee is probably the only coffee brand here offering the most diverse coffee and beverage experience ranging from espresso coffees to traditional coffees and teas – catering to the most demanding coffee aficionados in a divine espresso or café latte or simply a morning Sumatra Kopi or Masala Tea.
Opening Soon in October
Absolute Cycle has ushered in the next generation of indoor cycling to Singapore. Reinventing exercise as a way of life to rediscover your real potential, it is a place to experience joy, love and a sense of community. It's time to sweat, tone and sculpt!
The Hour Glass
The Hour Glass celebrates our 40th, Singapore's 200th and our third year collaborating with NOMOS Glashütte in 2019 by unveiling four commemorative Tangente neomatik wristwatches.
Numerals in Chinese oracle bone script, the earliest known form of Chinese writing, grace the dials of the salmon- and silver-colored versions. The ruthenium and midnight blue watches feature Hindu-Arabic numerals, which has become the most commonly used numeral system in the world. Together, these two ancient scripts reflect the diversity of the bustling city state. All four watch versions also pay tribute to Singapore with a “Little Red Dot” at six o’clock, celebrating the global reach of the city—despite its relatively small size. There are only 200 in total of these limited edition watches.
The Hour Glass
Playing with light and shade, the latest Classic Fusion Orlinski series is sculpted in the aesthetic signature of artist Richard Orlinski, including its faceted dial. Designed for those who prefer the very finest watches, the 40mm case is available in titanium or King Gold, transforming the piece into a jeweller's objet d'art set with brilliant-cut diamonds.
Create Your Own Ramen
Create your own ramen by choosing the types of noodles and toppings you want, and Uma Uma will throw in its signature Tonkotsu broth.