Condé Nast is relaunching Vogue Singapore this fall, 20 years after it shuttered the Southeast Asian edition that existed for just three years in the 1990s.
“Vogue Singapore rejoins the market at a time when Singapore’s local fashion design and talent are rising in the country and across the entire region,” stated Wolfgang Blau, Chief Operating Officer-president, international at Condé Nast.
He continued: “Vogue Singapore will play a vital role in boosting and supporting that talent, as well as in bringing regional and international ideas to this edition of Vogue.”
It will be the fashion brand’s 27th international edition and only the second in Southeast Asia. (The other is in Thailand.)
The latest edition of Vogue launched last year in Hong Kong, under a licensing agreement with Rubicon Media.
Vogue Singapore will have an English-language monthly print product and website. It will be published under a license agreement with Indochine Media.
Editorial will feature local and international content.
Singapore is a leading fashion hub within Southeast Asia. The largest segment in the country is luxury fashion, with a market volume of $940 million, according to Condé Nast.
Vogue is also published in Australia, Brazil, China, Czech Republic and Slovakia, France, Germany, Greece, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico and Latin America, the Middle East, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Taiwan, Turkey, the U.K., Ukraine and the U.S.