Indeed the haven for all things cool and fashionable, Pedder On Scotts sure knows how to start a new season on a right note.

For Spring/Summer 2017, the 20,000 square foot concept store located on the second floor of Scotts Square brought a breath of fresh air to its selection of handbags, shoes and accessories, with stunning designs from a bevy of luxury and contemporary designers housed across its seven retail zones.

These include the decorated series of sport-luxe kicks from Joshua Sanders and Suecomma Bonnie, Linda Farrow‘s quirky sunglasses, the cute-as-a-button Stella McCartney Falabella Mini Box Shoulder Bag, and the iconic butterfly heels from Sophia Webster.

Men who wish to give their wardrobe a classic look can also look toward shoes and accessories from Magnanni and Harry’s of London.  The exclusive Sutor Mantellassi x The Sartorialist sneakers collaboration also add a dose of fashion-forwardness to the mix.

See below for our top picks:

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To add a sprinkle of magic to the customer’s shopping experience, a part of the store has also been visually transformed into ‘Adventures in Pedderland’, a modern twist on the fantastical world of Lewis Caroll’s literature classic Alice in Wonderland.


Courtesy of Pedder On Scotts


Be dazzled by the bigger-than-life mirror acrylic house of cards, gigantic red polka dot mushrooms, and oversized table tea set – all of which echo a whimsical feel.

Other highlights from this season’s offerings include the launch of the Adidas Ultraboost uncaged and Adidas Pureboost, new colourways from exclusive brand Athletic Propulsion Labs (APL), as well as the launch of Puma x Fenty by Rihanna on March 9th. 

Pedder On Scotts is located at 6 Scotts Road, Level 2 Scotts Square, Singapore 228209 (click HERE for directions)


Posted by:Jessica Ye

Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Couture Troopers, former editor of Designaré Magazine, and a first class honours graduate of Goldsmiths University of London's BA(Hons) Fashion Media & Industries Degree. She is a true-blooded leo who thinks that over-commercialism kills art.

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