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There is a small selection of items for babies and boys and the website is updated with one or two designs weekly. Stylish outfits for chic women. Alyssa Woo.
The Finder. Sales have also doubled in the past two years at womenswear clothing store Myth at Far East Plaza, which carries only Korean brands. What she likes about Korean fashion: I like that K-fashion has a wide range of styles - from hip-hop and minimalist to high street and feminine.
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You can get all kinds of cool clothes and cosplay outfits like sailor fuku, gothic lolita, punk. And Bugis Street isn't just about clothes because it also has lots of yummy so if you wanna try Korean tidbits you'd better stock up at K Street!.
Or head to multi-label e-retailer, Zalora.
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Corduroy is back: How to work it. And this includes a growing love for K-fashion, which industry insiders say is quickly taking root in Singapore, thanks to the popularity of Seoul Fashion Week and the rise of Korean designers and labels. He adds: "Response has been great - the first month of sales was 20 per cent above our expectations and we had hundreds of customers signing up for our loyalty programme within the first few weeks of opening.
Whether it is big-name departmental stores or independent online shops, many businesses are carrying more Korean brands to meet the growing demand.