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Maje expands to Southeast Asia with ZALORA

It is available in ZALORA Singapore and Malaysia starting on 1 July.

Paris-founded fashion label Maje entered Southeast Asia’s e-commerce market by joining the e-commerce platform ZALORA, with its catalogue of ready-to-wear bags, shoes, and accessories available in Singapore and Malaysia starting 1 July.

Stephane Ledru, CEO of Sandro-Maje-Claudie Pierlot Asia, said the region is a “booming market” for their brands Sandro and Maje.

We have been opening stores in Singapore and Malaysia in the past years, so entering the e-commerce space through a trusted partner like ZALORA is the next logical step,” Ledru said.

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For his part, Zalora Chief Commercial Officer Giulio Xiloyannis said customers looking for versatility in their wardrobes can enjoy Maje’s entry into the ZALORA Luxury catalogue.

“We are committed to connecting our shoppers with established brands that deliver our promise for authentic, high-quality products, and Maje is an embodiment of that. As we continue to grow the Luxury category, there is much excitement for brands like Maje to expand their online offerings with us,” he said.

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