Comme des Garcons
Share this article
  • Comme des Garcons
    Comme des Garcons, Singapore
  • Comme des Garcons
    Comme des Garcons, Singapore

Two years in the making and with no less than three guerilla (or “pop up,” as the fashion folks like to put it) stores prior, in offbeat places like Haji Lane, Chinatown and Bukit Merah, the first standalone Comme des Garcons finally makes its way here in the form of a clean, minimalist 3,035 sq. ft. space at the Hilton Shopping Gallery, taking over the previous Dolce & Gabbana Store. Hardcore fans will be glad to know that the store carries almost the entire range of the Comme des Garcons main lines, namely Comme des Garcons Homme Plus, Comme des Garçons Shirt Girl, Comme des Garçons Shirt, Comme des Garçons Play, Comme des Garçons Black and the accessories and perfume range, sans the Ganryu and Junya Watanabe offshoots (the latter two are available at the Club 21b and Club 21 Men boutiques respectively). For clued-in fashionistas, this flagship store has been a long time coming, and is testament to the brand’s crowd appeal and staying power in a fickle industry where only the true visionaries survive. From the looks of it there’s no stopping this 30-year-old powerhouse label.

Phone: 6304-1362
Comme des Garcons, #02-39/40 Hilton Shopping Gallery, 581 Orchard Rd. Singapore, 238883 Singapore

Area:

Orchard

Nearest Train:

Orchard

Opening Hours:

daily 10am-7pm
0
 
 
Comme des Garcons

Share this article
Advertisement

News

Zouk, Singapore

Zouk fans can rest easy for a while – the popular dance club will remain in Jiak Kim Street till the end of 2017.

Fantasia by Escriba

This giant dessert-centric showcase finally debuts this weekend – complete with an eight-meter chocolate waterfall and plenty of theatrics.

Singapore Night Festival

From a much-hyped weekend market to a reigning Hop Hop legend, you'll never run out of things to do this weekend. 

Catherine Lim

A couple of months ago, her critical open letter to PM Lee Hsien Loong made the rounds online and in the papers. More recently she’s submitted a new manuscript to her publishers, scheduled to be out for Singapore’s 50th birthday. Here, the prolific fiction writer and political commentator chats with Mrigaa Sethi about dating in her 70s, assisted dying and her favorite google searches.