French Companies in Singapore
YellowKorner Opens its First Gallery in Singapore
With its proven track record in France and globally, supported by artistic advisors, YellowKorner opened its ﬁrst gallery in Singapore.
from all over the world and to increase the number of copies of their works to make them accessible to as many collectors as possible.
The YellowKorner concept is very simple: to introduce the greatest photographers
So, rather than offering only 10 or so prints, YellowKorner chooses to publish either 30,
80, 100, 200 or 500 at affordable prices and in various formats. YellowKorner Singapore provides photographs in limited edition for homes, interior designer projects, ofﬁce spaces and hotels, with a catalogue of more than 2,000 classic and contemporary photographs. F
French Luxury Tea Brand Betjeman & Barton Arrives in Singapore Betjeman & Barton is more than a century-old name: it is a brand of excellence tinged with originality. For many years Betjeman & Barton has relied on pioneers with an entrepreneurial spirit, who established the company’s reputation and credentials of tea à la française.
These celebrated tea masters found the best teas from the world’s greatest gardens and enhanced them by introducing a ﬂair true to long-standing tradition. Betjeman & Barton has opened their ﬁrst boutique tea shop in Singapore at Rafﬂes City Shopping Centre. F
Septième Largeur Opens its First Store in Singapore Septième Largeur was started in 2010 and is based out of its store front in Paris at 59 rue Saint Lazare in the 9th arrondissement. The Parisian brand has now opened a new shop in Singapore, on Pickering Street. As the name suggests, Septième Largeur footwear ﬁts 80% of the feet of their clients. All models in the collection are made with very speciﬁc techniques. All the dress shoes are "Goodyear-welted", with close-channel stitching. Colours play a vital role for Septième Largeur, ﬁnished with dyes and polishes individually designed for a unique pair of Patina shoes. F
January 2014 issue of Focus magazine by the French Chamber of Commerce in Singapore