Condé Nast to launch Vogue in Singapore with publisher Indochine Media
A fashion resurrection
Condé Nast has announced that it will be launching Vogue in Singapore. Published under a license agreement with Indochine Media — our parent company — the first print edition will be out in August this year with the September issue, together with a digital platform that includes a website and social media channels.
But this isn't the first time Vogue had a Singapore edition. The title debuted back in 1994 with its September issue and ceased production in less than three years, after just 29 issues. "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," says Wolfgang Blau, Chief Operating Officer & President, International, Condé Nast. "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."
The Singapore edition, which will be the title's 27th, follows the launch of Vogue Hong Kong, which debuted early last year in March. Continuing Vogue's legacy, the local publication will be heavy on fashion, with a blend of local and international content.
Indochine Media is the publisher of Buro. Singapore, Buro. Malaysia, Robb Report Singapore, Robb Report Vietnam, Robb Report Thailand, Robb Report Malaysia, Esquire Singapore, Barcode Vietnam, Luxury Guide, Stail Malaysia, and My Pope Philippines.
Vogue is published in Australia, Brazil, China, Czech Republic and Slovakia, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico & Latin America, the Middle East, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, the U.K., Ukraine and the U.S.