Noel Hawkes, vice president, Resort Operations, Resorts World Sentosa, said: "We also have a Swarovski, we have a beauty hall and we have a Swiss shop gallery. We have some very nice new to market brands like Canali, which will open its first retail shop in Singapore as well as a very famous brand from Canada called Damiani, which is a very high-end jewellery shop."
"Apart from these high-end jewellery (shops), we also have our very famous Chihuly gallery. This is going to be very exciting. We have about S$6 million worth of his very beautiful art works and his chandeliers in the casino as well as the Crockfords Tower.
"And now, guests will be able to go and buy smaller pieces which are absolutely fabulous, or some of his wonderful paintings.
"We have also got a Michael Graves gallery - first in the world in fact - and Michael Graves is the one who designed this entire project. He will have his own gallery selling stuff that he designed himself like the whistling teapot."
The completed retail stretch at Resorts World Sentosa is about 300 metres long, with over 20 high-end brands, including the highly anticipated Victoria's Secret boutique.
Mr Hawkes said: "A lot of the retail here is geared towards our casino customers, (and) impulse buying. So that is why we have targeted some of the products. There are very high-end retail, expensive watches, diamonds, jewellery."
About 70 per cent of the resort's entire retail space is expected to be ready by this week.