Retail in Asia


The Editor’s Market opens flagship store in Singapore

The Editor’s Market, the Singapore-based modern-day market for everyday fashion and lifestyle, has unveiled its first flagship store.

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Located at one of Takashimaya Shopping Centre’s most prominent spaces, the 8,000-square feet store is the brand’s biggest outlet yet. It is the one-stop destination for The Editor’s Market’s offerings from across all categories: womenswear, accessories, footwear, as well as an expanded range of homeware and lifestyle products from more than 30 international and local brands. The flagship store also houses the brand’s first-ever gourmet café concept, Found.

Source: The Editor’s Market

The Editor’s Market flagship store officially opened to the public on 29th October 2021.

Founded in 2010, The Editor’s Market began its journey as a womenswear label, focusing on creating clothes that are well-designed, -made, and -priced. Throughout the decade, the brand has established its presence, both offline and online, as well as a strong following on social media with more than 200,000 followers across Instagram and Facebook.

The brand champions a refined, minimalist aesthetic and an effortless style that has become uniquely synonymous with The Editor’s Market. Now further extending these design principles to categories beyond apparel, the new flagship store brings to life the co-founders’ long-standing vision of building a full-fledged apparel, lifestyle and design brand.

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“This is not your cookie-cutter store in a mall. You can expect to come in and leave the store feeling inspired. This flagship store physically encapsulates our transformation from a fashion retailer to a multifaceted fashion, design and food brand. The extended yet thoroughly curated range of lifestyle and homeware brands add a new dimension to our product offering. The in-store café also brings to life our design-oriented direction in a previously unexplored format: food and drinks. Pastries, desserts and coffee will be presented using crockery that customers can shop from the homeware section of the store — creating a whole new way of experiencing The Editor’s Market lifestyle. This is the start of a whole new journey for us,” said Nigel Kiong, CEO and Co-founder of The Editor’s Market.