Con­ser­va­tion Project

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Much like the green­house in Kens­ing­ton Gar­dens where Burberry has long hosted its Lon­don shows, The Burberry Conservatory is a pop-up filled with lush green­ery, which re­cently sprouted up in The Shoppes at Ma­rina Bay Sands.The trav­el­ling show­case marked the launch of the English brand’s new Belt Bag, which fea­tures a range of shades and sizes, and de­tails like eques­trian knight em­broi­dery or rain­bow belts—a nod to the LGBTQ+-in­spired fall 2018 col­lec­tion.The open­ing party saw celebri­ties like Fann Wong and Tabitha Nauser at­tend­ing with the bag in hand, while shop­pers over the next two weeks got a chance to cus­tomise their pur­chases with in­ter­change­able ac­ces­sories and mono­gram­ming. Fus­ing leather crafts­man­ship and hor­ti­cul­ture, it was a pop-up that de­lighted both fash­ion and flora lovers alike.

Zoe Tay Jeanette Aw Yoyo Cao Burberry’s Belt Bag Fann Wong Aimee ChengBrad­shaw

The Burberry Conservatory Oon Shu An and Tjin Lee Aarika Lee Fanty Soe­nardy

Mar­i­lyn Lum and Tan Min-Li Tabitha Nauser

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