What began as a practical, light-filled studio from where moodboards were assembled and collections were created, it quickly became apparent that Le Salon by Ling was something much more special. Amongst the art and books and objects that are an extension of Ling’s own home, customers and associates soon became friends, conversations turned to design and music, and what some might call the creation of a new kind of shop or boutique, we describe it as a special place where visitors can be inspired and build on each other's creativity. A place where the door is always open as we host an ongoing soiree of design launches, film screenings and gatherings for our very close creative family and friends.

Please accept this humble invitation to drop by and meet us at LeSalon, and enjoy discovering some these current guest designers in fashion, design, jewellery and art.

Current residents of Le salon 

ADOSG - A Dose Of Something Good. 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.



Pyar -  Pyar is a jewellery line designed in Singapore and handmade by artisans in an ethical jewellery factory in Bali. Derived from the sanskrit word ‘priya’, meaning beloved, the line takes inspiration from treasured moments of stillness, rhythms of nature, and human connection. Pyar is rooted in the desire to live a love conscious life of intention and purpose.