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Singapore Design Week runs till this Sunday, celebrating the skills and talents of our local design scene. Its anchor event, Singaplural, includes a Pop-up for the first time, and the results of the collabs are available for purchase and pre-order at the event. Here are some of our favourites:

  1. 1. Scene Shang x In Good Company, Visual Orgasm and Forest & Whale

Local furniture label Scene Shang has collaborated with clothing label In Good Company, tattoo studio Visual Orgasm and design practice Forest & Whale on a bowl, bench and chess set that will make your home even more Pinterest-worthy.

2. Ette Tea x Messymsxi

For Singaplural, Ette Tea has produced a new blend, No. 835, Seri Kaya – a blend of Japanese sencha, black tea, pandan leaves and coconut pieces. It also teamed up with illustrator MessyMsxi (Tan Zi Xi) on the packaging label, as well as an installation using pandan leaves as the main feature.

3. Catch x Lucinda Law

Monsteras, philodendrons and more have found their way from Instagram to silk blouses thanks to Catch’s collab with botanical artist and illustrator, Lucinda Law.

4. Gallery & Co. x Adrienne Ceramics, Ampulets, Article and Ripple Root

The museum store’s The Artist Project 2.0 features limited edition pieces, from caps to pitchers and more, that you will definitely want to get your hands on. The artists and designers will also be on-hand to share about “Designing for Retail” at Singaplural this Saturday, 12pm.

5. Onlewo x Ling Wu 

Onlewo’s fabrics depict scenes unique to Singapore, and have been used as cushion covers, wallpaper and the like. This time around, it has teamed up with Ling Wu on a series of clutches called Siujie.

Singaplural 2017 is on from now until 12 March, 11am to 10pm daily, at level 3 of the F1 Pit Building. Tickets are $10 at the door.

By Annabelle Fernandez

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