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    About us

    Independent Market was launched due to a desire to share our appreciation and love for fellow independent Singapore designers, makers and publishers whom we've befriended over the years.

    We’ve curated a multitude of local brands that are dedicated to designing and making small batches of creative, Singaporean-themed products. From cheeky gift ideas to alternative Singapore souvenirs, we’re the marketplace for well-designed, quirky and quintessentially Singaporean goods. Explore the very best of local independent labels at our stores today!

    History

    2013 - 2014
    • Worked with numerous Singaporean labels and designers who have also embarked on the journey of bringing local design to Singaporeans. 
    • 2014 saw the inclusion of some of these brands at our annual Christmas fair at VivoCity, which was met with overwhelming response.
    2015
    • First retail store opened at VivoCity
    • Merchandise from these local designers, makers and publishers were available at Harbourfront for the first time.
    2016
    • Opening of our pop-up store at Holland Village in October
    • Collaboration with The Little Drom store to release an exclusive collection of t-shirts and pouches as part of their ‘Strangely Singaporean and Proud of It’ collection.
    2017
    • Two physical stores located at VivoCity and Holland Village Shopping Centre
    • Home to upwards of 10 Singaporean labels
    • On-going, exclusive collaborations with our brands
      Our Photography Partner
      We’re working with Bob and Jane from The Fat Farmer for our online store.

      The Fat Farmer is a creative house, established in 2011, by former photojournalist Bob Lee. Bob was a photojournalist with Lianhe Zaobao, Singapore’s national Chinese language daily, for 10 years before he left the newsroom to care for his son who has autism. He now runs his own company, The Fat Farmer, providing corporate photography and videography services.
      Find out more about The Fat Farmer here