Make yourself at home at Le Salon, a new apartmentique and showroom space by homegrown bag designer Ling Wu, located in the heart of Chip Bee Gardens in the Holland Village district. An apartment-styled showroom, Le Salon is an invitation into the design stratosphere and personalized world of LINGWU. 

Le Salon is a living-inspired creative space that launches with Ling Wu’s eponymous line of luxury handbags, as well as under-the-radar brands, niche fragrance home objects, fine jewellery and vintage accessories.It is a brave new brick-and-mortar shopping concept where shoppers can peruse storied designer wares integrated into a living environment, shop the collections, and then have their purchases delivered to their doorstep. 

An evolving moodboard of Ling Wu’s inspirations and design aesthetic brought to life in a physical space, Le Salon is a world where Ling Wu escapes and creates from within. It is a lifestyle destination that invites shoppers to shop within the intimacy of an apartment and designer’s workshop to learn the stories and craft behind them. Le Salon will feature new designers every six months, encompassing fashion and design wares including furniture, art and photographic prints, ceramics and books. 

Current residents of Le salon 

ADOSG - Fragranced Art Objects. A dose of an awakened sense. A dose of curiosity. A dose of joy. A Dose of Something Good create fragranced art objects with the hands, hearts and noses of eclectic designers, enlightened perfumers and visionary ceramicists. Established by Australian designer Robert Upton and designer Ling Wu.

Dark Horse Vintage - offers beautifully curated rare and unique jewellery. Founded by Jasmine Chee, the collection includes strikingly sculptured pieces in High-shine Gold from the 50s to the 80s. An inspired way to make any outfit shine


Tsura - Designer Tara Thadani married her desire to create with her passion for adornment and personal expression. Her creations would become the vessel for expressing her own visions of the world, combing her Indian heritage. Tara’s inspiration comes from her personal journeys, both physical and spiritual.She explores the tradition of talisman and shines light on the idea of contemporary talisman.