With countless balls, dinners and events to attend, it’s no wonder that getting ready for a big night can sometimes leave us more frazzled than glowing and ready to party.
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Instead of having to travel back and forth to get your dress fitted, or red carpet-worthy facial done, why not stop by Palais Renaissance? The one-stop luxury shopping destination houses amazing brands like DeFred Jewellers, Privé Aesthetics, Maria Grachvogel and more, so you can schedule all your party prep under one roof.
Here are a few fabulous ways you can get ready at the exclusive location.
Medical Aesthetics Spa (UK)
The key to looking bright-eyed and well-rested lies in the luminosity of skin. For an instant pick-me-up, we like the Illuminating Glow Facial at Medical Aesthetics Spa (UK). By using a gentle, yet effective, mandelic acid dermal peel with omega light therapy, this treatment helps to target poor blood circulation and encourage better skin regeneration and collagen growth.
The award-winning medispa is known for advanced, clinically-proven solutions for your face, hair, body. If you’re looking to get even more sculpted, the Legacy Restore body treatment is your best bet. It targets stubborn cellulite with the dual Multi-Polar Radio Frequency and Pulsed Electro Magnetic Fields technology. Combined with VariPulse, it addresses the issue of fatty deposits and tightens skin, with zero downtime.
For this British brand, the Maria Grachvogel woman is strong, confident and glamourous. Just like how a gentleman’s suit is tailored, the cut, fit and silhouette of each piece has been taken into careful consideration. Wear this gorgeous art work print dress to a classical music recital, or when you host your next dinner party. Feminine and elegant, the beautiful fabric gently hugs and accentuates curves in an unconventional manner.
Without a doubt, quality and excellent workmanship are hallmarks of DeFred Jewellers. The brand was founded in 1984, and since then, they have been known as the go-to place for beautiful jewellery. If you’re looking for a pair of head-turning, statement earrings, look no further than these 18k white gold diamond earrings, featuring two Burmese rubies, eight marquise cut diamonds, eight pear shape diamonds and 14 round brilliant cut diamonds.
Established in 1890, Mouawad prides itself as the jeweler to royalty and celebrities alike. The family business has more than a century of experience and excellence in the field of jewellery, including being known to acquire some of the rarest diamonds in the world. Special mention goes to the beautiful Velo Del Mar Grand Diamond & Sapphire Suit that features an astounding 879 diamonds in total, as well as 3 cushion and 1 oval untreated Burmese sapphires. It was inspired by the goddess, Venus, arising from the ocean.
When it comes to keeping time, few do it quite like Breitling. After all, this is the watchmaker that not only have developed their own mechanical chronograph movements, they have also engineered a proprietary split-second movement, produced in-house. Track your day in style with the Navitimer Rattrapante, a beautiful “engine” that features a 45mm case in steel or limited edition red gold (there are only 250 pieces available).
Steinway Gallery Singapore
What’s a successful party without great music? If you wish to eschew kitschy soundtracks in favour of a classical performance, there’s no other brand to choose from but Steinway & Sons when it comes to handcrafted pianos. The Steinway Crown Jewel collection is made from rare, exotic woods like Indian Applewood and Macassar Ebony, which are prized for their beautiful colouring and grain. With something as meticulously handcrafted as these works of art, no two pianos will ever look alike.
From Jun 1 to July 31, receive $30 worth of Palais Renaissance vouchers and an exclusive card-sized mirror with a minimum spend of $500*.
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