Fortune takes flight this Chinese New Year at Mandarin Gallery

Usher in the arrival of another prosperous new year with Mandarin Gallery’s stylish new additions


Mandarin Gallery ushers in a prosperous new year in style with two new pop-up stores. This Chinese New Year, shoppers will be spoilt for choice with the offerings at Mandarin Gallery, ranging from modern qipaos inspired by the Peranakan culture, as well as high street looks fresh off the runways in Milan.

Known for its feminine lace numbers and modern qipaos in flattering cuts with its signature fine stitching of lace applique, local fashion label Fuchsia Lane is one of the latest additions at Mandarin Gallery. Founded by Vivienne Ong-Lin, Fuchsia Lane is perfect for ladies looking to dress to impress this festive season, with beautifully modern pieces inspired by the Peranakan artistry and also impeccably handmade by dedicated artisans since 2007.

Also popping-up at Mandarin Gallery is Marcelo Burlon by Surrender, which will run from now to April 2017. Known for its visually bold and culturally-layered image, shoppers can expect to find the full range of the Milan-based fashion brand SS17 collection in store now at its Mandarin Gallery boutique.

From now till 12 February 2017, shoppers who spend a minimum of $388* can stand to win $800 worth of shopping vouchers in our Festive Draw and also redeem a set of festive red packets and an orange carrier bag. They can also redeem an exclusive Year of the Rooster candy box with a minimum spend of $488*.

Lastly, usher in the festivities on a high note by catching a special lion dance performance at Mandarin Gallery on 4 February 2017, Saturday at 1pm.

Fortune Takes Flight will take place from 6 January to 12 February at Mandarin Gallery. For more information on the campaign and shopping promotions visit Mandarin Gallery’s website at

*Up to 3 combined same-day receipts; redemption is to be made on the same day of purchase. Voucher and gifts are limited to 1 redemption per shopper per day. Gifts are while stocks last only.