After a two-year hiatus, Singapore’s favourite modern jade jeweller Choo Yilin is returning to the spotlight—albeit temporarily. The artisan designer has curated a one-off trunk show expressly for its biggest fans who’ve stayed in constant touch this entire time, and inspired the team with stories of love, hope, and perseverance. So if you’re on the hunt for jade jewellery that captures the spirit of Singapore culture, you’re in luck.
The show begins with a selection of iconic Choo Yilin signature collections, many of which combine the crisp translucence and rich, coloured nuances of Type A Burmese jadeite with gold and a range of precious gemstones. Hydrangea exudes a delicate allure with clusters of tiny blooms while Sakura begets a natural charm with florals of varying sizes.
Meanwhile Peranakan Lace celebrates the mastery of jewellery crafting with fine filigreed gold and precious gems against the timelessness of jade.
Not forgetting the classic Warisan pieces which are among the fine jeweller’s best sellers. That said, Choo Yilin will also unveil two new collections at this exclusive trunk show.
First up, the Renda collection. Paying homage to the intricate lace work of the Peranakan kebaya, the series contrasts smooth jade cabochon centre stones with fine metalworking reminiscent of traditional hand embroidery.
Next, the Lattice collection is a modern jeweller’s interpretation of traditional Chinese architecture and furnishings, so it offers an authentic cultural aesthetic while remaining chic and elegant.
Channelling epic Last Madame vibes, these creations balance contemporary femininity with a proudly Asian DNA, reimagining heirloom jewellery for women of today.
By appointment only and just from 12th to 14th November, Choo Yilin’s trunk show comes at the perfect moment whether you’re shopping for a special pick-me-up or looking for stocking-stuffers for your loved ones come Christmas.
Venue has not been revealed yet, but the brand has said the event will be held at “a centrally-located conservation shophouse in Singapore.” And if that doesn’t spell Last Madame to you, we don’t know what will. So get that qipao out of hibernation and relive the 1930s like you’re the baddest ladyboss in town.
A Three-Day Trunk Show by Choo Yilin
12th to 14th November
Four one-and-half-hourly time slots daily from 11am
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