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Jog Swimwear opens store in Singapore's Robinsons Orchard
09
Aug '14
JOG Swimwear, the upscale and refined brand from France inspired from the charm of aquatic ballet is continuing its development in Singapore.JOG Swimwear is available in 16 countries: France, Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, Spain, Netherlands, USA, Hong-Kong, Macau, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Maldives, Singapore and Seychelles.

One can find the brand in the most luxurious hotels in the world, department stores, upscale multi-branded shop and soon a flagship store.

The French brand is now available at Robinsons Orchard, department store. Robinsons is a renowned department store in Singapore.

Robinsons Orchard has six floors and 186,000 sq ft of retail and food & beverage. They sell over 380 brands. JOG Swimwear shines by its presence in a multi-branded corner fully dedicated to swimwear located on the third floor near the lingerie department. It's also one of the exclusive French brands next to Gerard Darel, K Jacques St. Tropez, The Kooples or Vanessa Bruno.

The 2014 colour palette is clearly a sunny one. A vibrant sky blue and emerald green make a summery and aquatic colour duet. Raspberry red, plum and geranium pink bring all the feminine needs to 2014 collection colour association. A fruity anise yellow and iridescent beige slightly golden warm up the colour range. Chic and classic blue grey and white complete this colour palette. Elegance and quality are the key words of the brand.

Jog Swimwear


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