Akiko Silva

A Japanese Feel - In 1988, Akiko Silva decided to repurpose old kimono fabrics that were too beautiful and unique pieces of art to dispose of into new lovely pieces of clothing and soft furnishing. This is how Patch Magic was born.

Today, Patch Magic is a charming and inviting boutique where the time stands still, located at Palais Renaissance #03-05, that specialises in Japanese apparel with modern touches and soft furnishing.

Being a strong advocate for the time-honoured practices of Japanese fine art and craftsmanship, Patch Magic's popular silk and cashmere products are hand-dyed using the centuries-old Katazome technique of stencil dyeing that has been passed down generations of Japanese craftsmen.

Obi belt Singapore


Obi belt Singapore

Kofu Stitchery

Salvage vintage indigo dye cotton fabrics & give life to them by hand applique and hand stitches called Sashiko technique.

Vintage material

Original Cotton Fashionwear
By Cotton House Aya

Cotton House Aya is using pure cotton material with embroidery lace to produce original fashionwear. Constantly, looking for the finest material to design renowned denim pants from Okayama, Japan.

Chirimen Fashionwear Shisendo

Chirimen Fashion Wear by
Shisendo, Iwakuni, Japan

Chirimen is a traditionally woven Japanese material used for making kimono. This traditional technique gives to the fabric a nice embossed effect. Hitoshi Tamura develops the Chirimen under his own brand name Shisendo with the same philosophy and spirit of the Japanese tradition resolutely adapted to the contemporary fashion. Time to time, Hitoshi Tamura hand paints some of his creations which has been his passion since young age. Patch Magic is one of few oversea’s boutiques that Hitoshi Tamura allows to carry Shisendo brand creations.

Patch Magic
Obi belt Singapore

Creative Dye Sen By
Bun Hirano, Tokyo, Japan

Artist turned to textile designer producing under her own brand unique stenciled, dyed and hand painted fashionwear.

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