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Col­lec­tors Mar­ket

Pub­lika, Jalan Du­ta­mas 1, KL (www.face­­col­lec­tors­mar­ket). As the say­ing goes, one man’s trash is another man’s trea­sure. Col­lec­tor’s Mar­ket is where col­lec­tors and hob­by­ists re­sell their col­lectibles or vin­tage items. Held in Pub­lika, the Col­lec­tors Mar­ket will fea­ture an ex­ten­sive amount of ven­dors as well as ex­clu­sive hob­by­ists and col­lec­tors. Look for­ward to vin­tage bricà-brac, pre-loved toys, records and mu­sic mem­o­ra­bilia. Fans of ‘Star Wars’ should keep an eye out for the Su­per He­roes Closet stall, they’ll be bring­ing in of­fi­cially li­censed Star Wars tees. Aug 27 & 28, 10am-10pm.

Love Malaysia! Bazaar

The School, Jaya One, 72A Jalan Univer­siti, PJ (Face­book: Love-Malaysia!-Bazaar). Cel­e­brate Merdeka by drop­ping by this bazaar fully staffed by women and mum ven­dors. There will be home-cooked food, ar­ti­sanal prod­ucts, fresh juices, a va­ri­ety of ac­ces­sories, ser­vices and more on of­fer. Show­cas­ing lo­cally made prod­ucts by the women and mums, this bazaar aims to pro­mote and gar­ner sup­port for our mumpreneurs. Aug 20-21, 11am-5.30pm. (03 7727 8640/ Face­book: Guess-Kids). This in­ter­na­tion­ally recog­nised brand in­cludes lines for Guess Baby, Guess Ju­nior and Guess Teen. What started out as a small jeans com­pany in Cal­i­for­nia now stands out for its col­lec­tion of vi­brant, com­fort­able and sea­son­ally con­tem­po­rary ap­parel for kids up to 12 year old. (Pav­il­ion & Em­pire) Daily, 10am-10pm; (1 Utama) Mon-Thu & Sun, 10am-10pm, Fri- Sat, 10am-10.30pm.

NEW Hava­ianas

Fifth floor, Pav­il­ion KL, KL (03 2110 4204); First floor, Mid Val­ley Mega­mall, Mid Val­ley City, KL (03 2282 3218); Third floor, Suria KLCC, KL (03 2161 6988/ www.hava­ Hail­ing from Brazil, Hava­ianas has a foothold in over 80 coun­tries, in­clud­ing Asia in re­cent years. Both stores in Malaysia are eas­ily lo­cated by the gi­gan­tic slip­per at its en­trances and the trop­i­cal-themed in­te­rior. Come here for com­fort­able beach-friendly flip flops. It may be a tad pricey, but it’s well worth the money spent. Daily, 10am-10pm.

Obaibi & Okaidi

Fifth floor, Pav­il­ion KL, KL (03 2141 5464); Sec­ond floor, 1 Utama Shop­ping Cen­tre, PJ (03 7722 1148/ French chic for cute kids, Obaibi caters to new­borns up to three years old, while its sis­ter store, Okaidi, car­ries ap­parel for chil­dren aged two to 14 years old. Com­plete your kid’s closet with Okaidi’s lat­est T-shirt col­lec­tion that turns colour un­der the sun­light and a se­ries of ur­ban and colour­ful ap­par­els. Daily, 10am-10pm.

NEW OshKosh B’Gosh

Level 5, Pav­il­lion KL, KL (03 2144 9878/ A recog­nised kids’ cloth­ing brand the world over, OshKosh car­ries an ex­ten­sive range of baby, tod­dler and kids ap­parel. With a strong Amer­i­can in­flu­ence, the clothes here in­clude hip­ster blue jeans and mod­ish graphic ringer tees for kids. Don’t for­get to check out OshKosh’s sis­ter brand Carter’s that’s tucked in the same shop. Daily, 10am-10pm.


First floor, The Mines Shop­ping Mall, Seri Kem­ban­gan (03 8940 8289); Sec­ond floor, New Wing, 1 Utama Shop­ping Cen­tre, PJ (03 7725 4673/www.pepe­ If you’re look­ing for a new look for your lit­tle one, drop by Pépé. The stores of­fer a wide range of adorable clothes and ac­ces­sories made es­pe­cially for the Pépé brand. Did some­one close just an­nounce their preg­nancy? Gift her per­son­alised baby an­nounce­ment gift box filled with an as­sort­ment of keep­sakes and gifts. Daily, 10am-10pm.


Level G3, Pub­lika, So­laris Du­ta­mas, Jalan Du­ta­mas 1, KL (03 6206 4109/ www.whim­si­girlde­ This truly lo­cal chil­dren’s la­bel in­ter­prets Malaysian cul­ture and pro­duces clothes in sub­dued, classy colours. Each out­fit is in­spired by tra­di­tional wear and only comes in around 20 pieces. Also suit­able for new­borns, the clothes are com­fort­able and are made from 100 per­cent nat­u­ral fi­bre fab­rics. Daily, 10am-10pm.

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For­ever + Ava

(012 772 8713/www.foreveran­ Headed by Olivia Oon and aided by her mother and sis­ter, this home­grown brand was founded in 2013 as a means for Olivia to work from home while car­ing for her two daugh­ters. It’s im­pres­sive to know that all steps of pro­duc­tion

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