Where? At the Four Seasons hotel in Singapore. This one-stop fashion mecca houses a mix of edgy and high-end designer labels. Think of it as Singapore's equivalent to Joyce boutique. How? Club 21 began in 1972 as a multi-label shop at Singapore's Tanglin Shopping Centre, where it offered ready-to-wear British and French apparel for women. In 1981, it expanded its remit by opening an Yves Saint Laurent franchise, with other brands quickly following, including Max Mara, Valentino, Armani and Gianfranco Ferre. It is now an international fashion retail company with single-label franchises in Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, Australia, Britain and the United States. The only other multi-brand Club 21 store is in Bangkok. Fashion finds: the list is endless - Akira Isogawa, Alexander McQueen, Azzedine Alaia, Balenciaga, Carolina Herrera, Dries Van Noten, Hussein Chalayan, Martin Margiela, Megan Park, Neil Barrett, Rick Owens, Viktor & Rolf and Yohji Yamamoto. The crowd: local fashion editors and stylish women who don't baulk at the high prices. Many famous Hong Kong faces have been spotted rifling through the racks, including Faye Wong, Sammi Cheng Sau-man and Andy Hui Chi-on. The vibe: with its white floor and walls, the look is minimal - not unlike a gallery - but plans are in the works to revamp the interior. Extras: the store sells accessories such as bags from Mulberry and Balenciaga and shoes from John Galliano and Alexander McQueen. It also stocks cult beauty brand Shambhala, which is available at yoga centres of the same name and top-class resorts and spas such as the Uma Ubud in Bali. Those seeking fine art can visit the Club 21 art gallery, which is linked to the hotel. Four Seasons hotel, 190 Orchard Boulevard, Singapore, tel: 65 6235 0753; www.clubtwentyone.com .