Known for chic and versatile everyday basics, fashion and lifestyle brand The Editor’s Market opened its first flagship store at #B1-16/24 Takashimaya S.C. in late October. Occupying an 8,000 sq-ft retail space formerly occupied by fast fashion retailer Zara, the flagship is The Editor’s Market’s largest outlet yet.
Designed by an in-house design team, the flagship is a one-stop destination for The Editor Market’s offerings. The brand may be primarily known as a fashion label, but with this flagship it has definitely marked its transformation to a holistic lifestyle brand.
The Editor’s Market’s new flagship at Takashimaya S.C. takes over the space once occupied by Zara.
“This isn’t 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,” says Nigel Kiong, CEO and co-founder of The Editor’s Market.
The space is designed by The Editor’s Market’s own internal team.
He adds: “The extended yet thoroughly curated range of lifestyle and homeware brands add a new dimension to our product offering. The in-store cafe also brings to life our design-oriented direction in a previously unexplored format: food and drinks.”
The cafe stocks offerings by the likes of Patisserie G, Elijah Pies and Chu and Co among others.
According to Kiong, pastries, desserts and coffee will be presented using the same crockery that customers can shop from the store’s homeware section “creating a whole new way of experiencing The Editor’s Market lifestyle.”
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