Buben & Zorweg can look back on a long tradition of close ties to the rapidly growing Asian economic area and take pride in starting the New Year with yet another report of success: the luxury brand put on an impressive show to celebrate the opening of another boutique at the „ION Orchard“ shopping mall in Singapore.
- The two dancing lions, accompanied by loud drums and cymbals, encounter the owners of the noble Buben&Zorweg boutique with all due respect to banish evil spirits in keeping with Chinese tradition
Highlight of the impressive boutique inauguration program was a lion dance symbolising joy, happiness, wealth and success. The high-quality „ION Orchard“ shopping mall in Singapore is renowned not only for its spectacular facade and award winning design, but also for the impressive number of stores occupied by well-known luxury brands. The Buben & Zorweg boutique now ranks alongside select luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, Patek Philippe and Cartier as an enrichment to the shopping mall that is famous for uniting global brands on 8 floors under one roof.
- Christian Zorweg, Tempo Luxe managing director Jimmie Tay and Sales Manager Max Goh
- Presentation the masterpieces from the House of Buben&Zorweg that can now be admired in befitting surroundings.
The highlight of the impressive support program was a lion dance to inaugurate the exclusive boutique. The ritual symbolises joy, happiness, wealth and success. Apropos success: the new Buben & Zorweg boutique will be operated by sales subsidiary Tempo Luxe, which makes managing director Christian Zorweg particularly happy: „Our collaboration with Tempo Luxe means we have a high-quality contact partner on location who is able to offer our customers the best possible service and customer care. Perfection is our benchmark, and we are pleased to meet the expectations of our customers through our local contact partner.“ The Tempo Luxe subsidiary is managed by Mr. Jimmie Tay and is responsible not only for the boutique in Singapore but also for sales throughout south-east Asia.
Source: Buben & Zorweg