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#1 emiliowang

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Posted 16 April 2005 - 03:55 PM



where in singapore can you find inexpensive dress shirts and tees for men?

where's the best shop or shops for sneakers?

what's up at far east plaza?

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Posted 18 April 2005 - 05:49 PM



far east plaza has a couple of little interesting shops, sneaker stores on a few of the idfferent levels, i forget the names but you just have wander around, you really cant miss em. one shop in there , radioactive, sells shirts, i believe its a malaysian brand.

a couple blocks away theres another mall which name escapes me, anyway its where the big HMV is, the top floors have some interesting shops also..

sorry i being so vague, the names escape me as of right now..

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Posted 20 April 2005 - 06:21 AM



most shops in far east plaza sell cheap china/hongkong/thailand wholesale products. a small handful carry your supremes or bapes. however, word is you have to know your shit if you're going for brand names. apparently some shops carry fakes and sell them for real. there's the whole fake von dutch collection there if you're interested. if you're not too much of a shopaholic, it'd be just interesting to take a look see as it's one of the rare shopping malls in singapore with it's own unique energy.

the other mall with the name that escapes Ryan is "The Heeren" where HMV is the anchor tenant. that's the place to go for if you wanna check out some of the independant labels in singapore. the labels they house range from more high end local labels like blueprint, MU and sunny ang to more street labels like fourskin, instant karma and flesh imp.

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Posted 20 April 2005 - 07:12 AM



thanks for the replies guys!

where's the best sneakers store in singapore?

and where's the best place for clothes at a bargain price?

peace out!
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Posted 01 May 2005 - 01:38 PM



sneaker stores worth checking out : leftfoot, parallel and sneak attack at far east plaza and limited edt at queensway sc.
clothing stores worth checking out : blackjack at forum, ambush and surrender at far east plaza. yea, i used to live there for several years.
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Posted 14 May 2005 - 04:09 AM



bargain prices will get u predominantly dodgy china/thai wears.

Still u could check out the heeren for great local labels here. labels like forskin, instant karma, blueprint... all good stuff.

sneakers wise try leftfoot in far east. Anything else would be slightly dodgy.
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Posted 16 June 2005 - 08:47 AM



well it depends on wat u look for. my 2 cents:

Streetwear
Ambush, Surrender, Sidewalk at Far East.
Stussy is at Pacific Plaza.

Sneakers
Leftfoot
I work opposite from Queensway Shopping, just went there this week not much. Mainstream stuff.

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BlackJack at Forum besides Hilton.
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