The retailer’s decision not to bid on the Changi liquor & tobacco concession – which it has held unbroken since 1980 – came as a shellshock to everyone. Many tears were shed. The DFS team here is like family.
The Louis Vuitton store in T3 is a brilliant combination of a great brand proposition, an instagrammable experience and a thrilling affirmation of Changi Airport’s justifiably renowned shopping offer.
In this beauty category Benefit just won’t be browbeaten, despite hot competition from what I guess must be known as arch-rivals.
Changi Airport is more than a passenger gateway or a commercial centre, though it does play both roles brilliantly. It is also an unexpected oasis of calm.
Today’s announcement of a joint venture between DFS and The Valiram Group to bid for the pivotal Terminal 2 fashion concession at Singapore Changi Airport is a deeply pragmatic response to unique trading conditions both at Changi and in the travel retail channel worldwide. A one-off alliance for now – though it’s conceivable that both
All can be revealed. Indeed, all has been revealed. As mentioned in my last Blog, I am here in Singapore to witness a unique collaboration between a brand, a retailer, an airport and a charity. Yesterday at Singapore Changi Airport (the airport), an extraordinary new Scotch whisky blend was unveiled to the world at the