The revival of tie-dye and the reinvention of vintage shift dresses on the runways of Spring Summer 2019 is a sign that fashion never forgets. As the fashion cycle pushes out the old and welcomes the new, we never truly know when an old trend will make a comeback — that’s probably why statement vintage layers make good style investment pieces. That said, style purveyors have always turned to vintage shops to get their hands on some old school threads.

Vintage fashion and 90s streetwear looks have been in demand since we’ve seen them being brought back by designer brands every other season.

Check out our list of vintage shops in Singapore for some cool vintage for your next fashion ensemble.

 

Death Threads Vintage
Death Threads vintage selection
Death Threads vintage selection (Photo credit: Death Threads)

This exclusive vintage haven is notoriously known for opening for only a short window of time every month. This gives the folks from Death Threads time and capacity to restock as well as manage their store operations. Their selections include extremely rare 90s vintage streetwear pieces like Nike, Fila, Reebok and Tommy Hilfiger. Keep your eyes peeled on their Instagram and Facebook page for the next exclusive vintage drop.

 

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Déjà Vu Vintage
Vintage selection from Deja Vu Vintage
Vintage selection from Déjà Vu Vintage (Photo credit:Déjà Vu Vinatge)

Déjà Vu Vintage has been around for a couple of years as one of the long standing voices of vintage fashion in Singapore. Their spacious boutique in Millenia Walk is stocked up with well kept vintage looks for many occasions. Expect to find a few luxury pieces like vintage Carolina Herrera, Dior and Oscar De La Renta. Customers who are looking for a vintage classic look can try their luck with the variety offered in store — we promise the looks won’t disappoint.

 

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Dustbunny Vintage
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Vintage dresses (Photo credit: Dustbunny Vintage)

Dustbunny Vintage is situated in a quaint and quiet space along the street of Keong Saik, is an eclectic vintage store. With a table piled with accessories, trinklets and a ridiculous amount of pretty printed separates and dresses, Dustbunny makes picking out vintage looks fun again. Regular customers who love their vintage selection would usually come by the store to snap up pieces when there is a new drop. The boutique also boasts a range of rare vintage luxury bags from Chanel and Louis Vuitton.

 

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Loop Garms
Loopgarms selection of vintage polos and Playboy shirt
Loopgarms selection of vintage polos and Playboy shirt (Photo credit: Loopgarms)

What started out as a hobby for the founders of Loop Garms eventually became a full fledged vintage store filled with 80s and 90s vintage jerseys, caps and other fashion pieces. The main selection from the store are mainly sportswear pieces and a bunch of vintage tees. The store not only promises a great collection, they also aim to keep great relationships with their loyal customers.

 

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Retro Gate
Retrogate selection of vintage outerwear and tees
Retro Gate selection of vintage outerwear and tees (Photo credit: Retro Gate)

Apart from vintage apparel, Retro Gate also stocks up on some of the most coveted sneakers for their shoppers. The store’s vintage impeccable picks compliment their sneaker range well — a fresh mix of old school classics and contemporary styles. They offer a huge variety of graphic styled sport layers, colour blocked layers and vintage cartoon tees to shop from.

 

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Josiah Chua
Fashion Director
Josiah is the Fashion Director in charge of styling shoots and writing the fashion pages. On his days off, he locks himself at home designing and sewing up a collection in preparation for his label's runway debut.