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List of Men Fashion brands in Singapore

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We thought it would be helpful to create a resource page that consist of a consolidated list of menswear and accessory labels that can be found in Singapore where you can come to for all of your men fashion needs.

We’ll add more to the list as the men fashion scene in Singapore evolves (i.e new brands emerges etc).

You will notice that in the future, this page will be referred to quite often.

We recommend bookmarking it for your reference and convenience.


Quick Tips: Click brand name to go to website.

Independent Labels

We would like to begin the list with our very own brands based in Singapore. There is a quite a handful actually. Check out this article we wrote for more detailed introduction on these local menswear labels.

Benjamin Barker –Tailored looking dress shirts, suits and casual wear.

SifrPrima cotton tees, casual shirts, shorts and pants. Small collection of casual shoes.

Snort Label – Casual clothes ranges from Tank top singlets, tees, shirts, pants and bags.

Sundays – Casual tees, shirts, singlets, pants, shorts. Sometimes bags, beach towels, fabric badges (seasonal).

The weekend Warrior – Bracelet of guys. In leather or cord in a variety of colors.

>> Be sure to check out our full list of local labels


These brands generally carry all menswear products ranging from formal to casual wear, as well as shoes and bags. Below, we will only highlight what we personally buy for each of these brands. And highlight the more unique thing sold under each brand.

Uniqlo – Formal wear, casual wear, winter wear, daily essentials. We like their Basic Oxford Shirt, Chino pants, innerwear top and Socks for office wear.

H & M – Casual apparel and accessories (almost everything).

Pull & Bears – Casual apparel and accessories. They also have cologne.

Topman – Casual apparel. They have nice blazers to be honest. Tie-dye tees sold during some seasons are nice. Their Chino shorts as well.

Cotton-on – Casual wear only. We personally would go for their polo tees and plain jogger pants.

Muji – Casual and formal apparels, shoes, socks and bags. We personally go for their basic checked and oxford shirt, underwear and sleeping wear. Minimalist stationaries as well.

High Fast fashion

Zara – Casual apparel, formal wear, shoes. Zara got very nice bags based on season and collection.

Ted Baker – Dress shirt, Dress shoes and Tie, Polo Tees, Chino,

Massimo Dutti– Casual apparel, shoes, watches.

Mango Man – working wear, casual apparel, sleeping wear

COS – Clear-cut daily wear on plain yet interesting fabric.

Mid-high Fashion

Raoul – Primarily formal wear. Also carry apparels, shoes, belts, watches and bags. Personally we only go for their shoes and bags.

Abercrombie & Fitch (A&F) – Casual apparels and their iconic cologne. We personally only go for their Iconic logo shirt and polo tee.

Polo Ralph Lauren – Iconic logo shirt and polo tee

Tommy Hilfiger – Iconic logo Shirt and polo tee. They also carry quite an extensive range of watches.

Brooks Brothers – Iconic logo Shirt and Polo Tee

Online Shopping – carries over 200 men fashion brands including ASOS house brand item. Product ranges from top to bottom, inner wear to accessories, and even grooming products. Most importantly, free shipping worldwide with no minimum purchase! – carries international brands, local labels and in-house brand. Wide variety of product category but some categories can have quite limited selection.  Free shipping for purchases above $40 and offers free returns. – Needs no introduction, Amazon offers free shipping to Singapore for purchases above $140. Do note to also buy an international adapter for electrical appliances. – Multi-label boutique with interesting mix of independent brands. Offers free worldwide shipping!

HBX (by Hypebeast) – huge collection of famous street wear fashion brands. Offers free international shipping orders above USD100.

There are definitely tons of other men Fashion brands not mentioned here. What we’ve provided is a quick view of the common and not so common brands we personally shop from.

In conclusion, we would invest in brands like Polo Ralph etc for their classic and iconic items that are more ever-green.

Do check out the local labels for something interesting and unique (also to support local!).

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Let us know if you find the list useful or if we’ve left out any brands you strongly feel should be added, drop us an email!