SINGAPORE (Mar 11): Here’s a piece of good news. In June, Fauré Le Page, founded more than 300 years ago, will be opening its very first store in Southeast Asia and its ninth worldwide. Brought in by FJ Benjamin, the outlet at Takashimaya will look and feel like a garden in the tropics with its lush greenery and floral decor. The brand’s Daily Battle bag (pictured, right) enjoys cult status. Among the other items to watch out for will be the Calibre 21 and 27 handbags.

Travel in style

Tumi’s Voyageur collection of travel and lifestyle accessories is for women on the move. It features fashionable lightweight nylon backpacks, bags and accessories in a new deep shade of blue with silver hardware. The bags are ideal for either a weekend getaway or a full day of meetings outside the office.

Be inspired

kikki.K’s There She Is collection comprises leather personal planners, journals and notepads in beautiful colour palettes of nude, soft-pink, deep maroon and stormy blue. The stationery may inspire you to put down your smart devices and pen your life journey instead.

Good sound

Cath Kidston’s pretty Paper Ditsy print makes these premium bluetooth headphones with comfortable padding a stylish addition to your audio gear.

Blushing beauty

The Burberry Beauty Blush Palette combines a blush and highlighter for luminous rosy cheeks. The two shades blend easily and can be worn individually or together for a customised flush.

New space

Studio B at Pedder on Scotts is a new concept space showcasing a range of footwear, handbags and accessories from contemporary and emerging brands that are handpicked for their modern aesthetics and quality craftsmanship. Look out for Jacquemus handbags, which embrace simple but innovative forms, and the Cult Gaia footwear collection, which is made up of art-inspired mules and sandals. Other new brands to check out include Rosie Assoulin, Staud, Wandler and Gray Matters.