BLUEPRINT 2010


The annual fashion festival is around the corner (less than two weeks!), and one of the highlights of the 5-day shows & events is Blueprint 2010 Singapore’s inaugural fashion trade show to be held at the Pit Building from 29 April to May 1. The trade show will feature the best of local and Asian talent to an international buying audience and it will close on a high note on May 1 with the Blueprint Emporium, a one-day event offering visitors a chance to view and purchase items from the best and brightest of Asian and Singapore design talent. It is definitely a not-to-miss opportunity to grab rare designer pieces that are not usually easily available elsewhere in Singapore. The list of the 54 exhibitors participating in the trade show can be found here, along with their profiles.

To purchase tickets which will allow you to stay for the day or even into the night when the Pit Building is transformed into a fashion club venue by Zouk, simply go to tdc.sg and click on to the ALL-DAY pass.

If you are a MasterCard holder, you will enjoy a 10% off tickets, which can be purchased on-site or online at tdc.sg. Cardholders are also entitled to a gift bag limited to 200 pieces for early bird fashionistas, an exclusive MasterCard entrance and a priority queue for purchasing tickets on-site.

There will also be MasterCard pre-paid cards to be given away in the lead-up to Blueprint Emporium. The first 50 to re-tweet “MasterCard Privileges tweets” via @blueprint_sg and stand a chance to win $100 and a pair of complimentary all-day passes to BLUEPRINT Emporium! 1 lucky winner will be chosen everyday from 24 April – 30 April 2010.

At Blueprint Emporium on 1st May, shoppers can upload photos of their MasterCard purchases via Twitter to stand a chance to win $100 every hour from 2pm to 8pm. So start including #blueprint_sg in your tweets now!



  • Fiona

    Hi laila,

    Much thanks for this!

    To add on to that, Blueprint will end on a high note on 1 May 2010 as international DJ FANTASTIC PLASTIC MACHINE (Japan) will be performing in Singapore right at the Pit Building!

    And not to worry about accessibility, the MRT is opening up this week right next to the Pit Building under the Singapore Flyer!

    A definite yay for FPM fans!

    For all you shopaholics, here is the exclusive chance to preview and shop designer collectibles like fashion buyers do!

    Double yay!

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