The Nutmeg design was inspired by Nutmeg as it was one of the spices that attracted the early settlers to Singapore who dreamt to make it big. This design comes in 2 different colours.
The Bittersweet design’s main aspect is the bittergourd, a misunderstood fruit, wrongly termed as a vegetable. Yet such a comfort food for many, versatile, reminding us that with bitter, comes sweet. This design comes in 2 different colours.
The Sang Kancil- as it name states, the adorable Kancil also known as the Lesser mousedeer, with pointy and alert pair of ears and white stripes around their neck, is one of the native inhabitants of the Singapore’s forests. This design comes in 2 different colours.
The Tropical party celebrates some of the richness of tropical biodiversity in Singapore with refreshing clusters of ginger blossoms, heliconia, and anthurium lined by luxuriant foliage in the island’s many green pockets. This design comes in 3 different colours.
The Tiong Bahru design captures the genius loci, the spirit of the Tiong Bahru heritage district in Singapore. With its modernist architecture, Tiong Bahru represented a new era of living in Singapore in the 60s, with new-found wealth and envisioning a hopeful future. This design only come in 1 colour.
The Nutmeg in Lilac (left) & Green (right)
The Nutmeg in Lime (left) & Teal (right)
Tropical Party in Matcha (left) & Plum (right)
The Tropical Party in Tangerine (left) & The Tiong Bahru (right)
The Sang Kancil in White (left) & Navy (right)