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UR Kuala Lumpur
by LUXE City Guides

  • Alia Bastamam

    Ethereal, effortlessly draped gowns for glamazons, gals-about-town and brides-to-be in an assortment of flattering shapes and styles. Pick up a runway-ready piece or have your own little custom number stitched up.

  • Ben’s Independent Grocer
    Food & Drink

    Urban grocery one-stop shop. Have these on speed dial: Barn Butchery for rare cuts and festive roasts; Bouquet Garni for blooms; BoozeIT for super sips and wine glass hire; Ben’s General Food Store for gourmet hampers and picnic baskets; or learn to cook in little nook Masak-Masak. Yes, chef!

  • Farah Khan

    Get frocked at this polished emporium of sequin-embellished fabrics, slinky silhouettes and on-trend hues, all of which make Farah’s threads a savvy stylista must. Preen and be seen.

  • Jadi Batek Gallery

    One-stop batik-chic emporium of individual makers touting original and one-off Malay-made handicrafts, from hammered pewter and silver to silky sarongs, nipah-leaf handbags and natural soaps.

  • Kedai Bikin
    Home & Furny

    Homegrown design house collaborating with local artisans to create contempo, woven in/outdoor furniture, lighting and home accessories in a panoply of eye-popping shades and styles. Bespoke services include design advice on a project-by-project basis.

  • KitaKita
    Concept Stores

    The grandslam of Malay-made multi-coloured ceramics, glass, batik fabrics, baskets, beaded jewellery et al from a host of carefully selected makers. Take arvo tea on-site.

  • Lord's Tailor

    Jimmy Choo, Mel Gibson and Muhammad Ali – KL's premier family-run tailor shop has dressed them all in Zegna and Piana, and they'll craft a killer suit for you too. Allow 2 weeks to 1-month turnaround.

    1/F, Bangsar Shopping Centre, 1/F, F18-F19, Bangsar Shopping Centre, Jalan Maarof
  • Nala Designs
    Concept Stores

    KL's vibrant heritage comes to life through bold patterned pillows, totes, kebaya blouses and homewares repping Malaysian, Indian and Chinese elements, plus crafty workshops. Refresh at on-site DR.Inc or Coley (see Dining).

  • Nurita Harith

    The sauciest wardrobe staples since lacy knicks. LBDs are out; silky, pastel separates, chic, embroidered frocks and capes are in. Wedding wear, too. Off the peg or MTM.

  • Peter Hoe Evolution
    Home & Furny

    Mr Hoe has consolidated his expansive stash of printed textiles, lamps, baubles, brass and silver homewares and scented candles into a delectable mini emporium. Post-shop flop at adjoining Peter Hoe Café.

    56-1 1/F, The Row KL, Jalan Doraisamy
  • Richard Koh Fine Art

    This adventurous and eclectic stable has been showcasing Southeast Asia's finest talents along with gorge vintage furny for over a decade. Swoop in for mainstay mavens including Thai artist Natee Utarit and Malaysian Wong Perng Fey, plus a more recent embellishment of fresh talent.

  • The Curiousity Shop

    It's root n' rummage o' clock at this dusty treasure trove of colonial-era curios, restored Malaysian antiquities and Mid-Century movables. Follow with local treats and java at the onsite caff.

  • Wei-Ling Gallery

    Revamped pre-war shophouse endowed with the crème of the country's contempo works, by a core lineup of names including Amin Gulgee, Anurendra Jegadeva, Diana Lui and more.

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