LIFE & FAMILY
Now in Duxton Raph&Remy has opened its flagship store at 33 Neil Road. The store carries the brand’s premium essentials and gifts for babies and kids. After you’ve picked what you want, it’s beautifully packaged and delivered with love and care worldwide. Sticking to their belief that baby and kids’ needs shouldn’t come at the expense of the earth, the products are thoughtful in design and detail, prioritising comfort without compromising on quality and being mindful of the environment impact. The new store is open Monday to Saturday, 10am to 7pm. raphandremy.com
Unwanted Items Don’t throw out any clothes, bags, shoes or household items you no longer need, like pillows, bed linen and toys. Instead, donate them at the Cloop recycling bin. Located outside the Sustainable Centre at City Sprouts (102 Henderson Road), the bin is accessible 24/7. This service is a partnership between Cloop, a circular fashion initiative focused on reducing fashion overconsumption and waste, and Life Line Clothing Singapore, a textile recycler that utilises an ISO-certified recycling system. They hope to divert textiles waste from the incinerator and prolong the lifespan of Semakau Landfill, Singapore’s only waste disposal island. citysprouts.com.sg
Quick Change Bugaboo says that it takes only a single second to fold the Bugaboo Butterfly stroller into a neat, tidy package. It was designed with parents of active toddlers from six months and weighing up to 22kg in mind – you can hold your child in one hand and use the other to fold the stroller. The Butterfly is also lightweight with an ultra-compact build, and can be stored upright almost anywhere; you can sling it over your shoulder with the strap, making it very portable. It utilises an air unfold technology to open with one quick movement – gravity does the rest! Available at First Few Years, Mothercare, Motherswork and Lazada. bugaboo.com
Share Good Finds Looking for a good hawker, local music gig or event in Singapore? Hop to anythinggood.sg to locate one near you. It features a map of Singapore with geo tagged pins on what’s available. The main objective of Anything Good is to provide free publicity for local businesses in F&B, music and events by getting users to recommend them. You can share anything on the platform, and if yours is one of the first 500 features on the platform, you’ll also earn $10 for your contribution. Anything Good is supported by the National Youth Council, the US Embassy Singapore, The Music Society Singapore and Buskers Association Singapore to showcase local culture via events, performances and promotions.
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