Front Row - Singapore
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Started in 2005 as a birthday present to herself, Ann Kositchotitana envisioned a store filled to the brim with local and emerging labels. Currently housing 33 brands, the store is home to a wide range of exciting labels, including Christophe Lemaire, A.P.C., In Good Company and Bandwagon Bags/ Wares. As both a fashion and art multi label store, Front Row prides itself for the eclectic ambience it exudes while being situated in the middle of Singapore's bustling arts district.
Additionally, as a champion to local labels, an entire floor has recently been converted to solely house local brands. For some Singaporean pride, this is your go-to store.
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