Browse our carefully curated Artisan Pop-ups on 30 Nov, 10.30 am to 7.30 pm and 1 Dec, 11am to 6pm. We selected artisans who resource and repurpose the old and seemingly mundane materials into spectacular gift ideas. There are lots of hard-to-resist gift ideas for the holidays. Or perhaps treat yourself to some great buys, at the same time donate for a good cause.
Little Big Garden
Given the limitations of our small, urban homes, Little Big Garden started to stretch their imagination and creating ‘big’ gardens in constrained spaces.
LOOMS is a creative studio committed to supporting women redefining themselves through creation of art, sustainable craftsmanship and livelihoods. LOOMS’ unique products are inspired by circular design, fuse art and fashion. Each piece is carefully handcrafted by their team of women artisans
Pellet & Loop
Using yarn, clay and itchy fingers, Pellet & Loop by Fi Rahman creates handmade macramé and fibre jewellery.
Heirloom will be showcasing new fabric, textiles, art from indigenous cultures, along with pre-loved weaves.
Patterns, textures and unexpected materials form the core inspiration and driving force behind theKANG’s work. The foray into accessories was serendipitous, stemming from a woven paper ball neckpiece developed in 2008, during his days in Lasalle College of the Arts. He strives to create accessories and adornments that reflect a sense of sophistication and thoughtfulness, while maintaining a modern and edgy vibe.
Baju by Oniatta Effendi and Galeri Tokokita
Oniatta, mother, educator, artist, fashion designer and entrepreneur has donated one-of-a-kind classic pieces from her new collection as well as ready-to-wear favourites.
- beeWorks, with pre-loved premium clothing, bags and accessories, and,
- TheatreWorks vintage and off-the-stage props, costumes and set pieces