A building once bustling with artsy events is back with a massive retail fair.
Boutique Fairs Singapore is returning to the F1 Pit Building next week for only three days of shopping from more than 160 brands after a two-year hiatus.
“We … are excited that our designers and brand owners will have the opportunity to share their products, stories and build meaningful connections in-person with shoppers this year,” founder Charlotte Cain said in the announcement.
Starting April 22, browse independent brands women’s and men’s fashion brands and accessories, childrenswear, and toys, as well as furniture and home decor, beauty and lifestyle, and more.
Look for booths by local designers like Akinn, Lingwu and Marilyn Tan Jewellery, and witness live shoemaking demonstrations with Palola and typewritten poetry sessions by The Novel Encounter.
Veteran fair participants Quintessential, Rocket Eyewear, Ashley & Co and Shiva Designs Bespoke will also be there. New bloods include Eastnomads, Kai, Eliana timekeeper, and Mr. Square.
Tickets are now on sale for S$5 per fully vaccinated person for a four-hour shopping session, or a shorter three-hour spree at S$3. Capacity is limited.
The building hosted art-forward events from auctions to exhibitions before the pandemic hit.
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