Crocodile inaugurates first flagship store in Bangladesh

Dhaka’s apparel scene has had a major facelift. One of the most elite brands in the industry has dawned upon us. Crocodile has launched its first flagship store in Bangladesh, the only official store of the international brand in the country. Over the years, Crocodile has established itself as a premium fashion and lifestyle brand which delivers timeless and high-quality functional wear. Bangladesh’s booming economy has enabled consumers to enjoy premium international brands, and Crocodile is the latest to join the lucrative market. Previously, the only way consumers could get their hands on authentic Crocodile products is by traveling abroad. There were a few unauthorized sellers but mostly were counterfeit products in the market.

The flagship store at Concord Police Plaza, Shop 114 Gulshan ensures authenticity and international shopping experience. The range of products includes popular products like Polo T-Shirt, Formal shirt, Chinos, T shirt, Vest, Trunk, and Brief. The product range will soon expand to leather goods, Footwear, casual shirts, time peace etc. It is a significant relief for customers of the brand in our country who had to spend a lot of money to obtain genuine products or risk paying for fake goods.

Crocodile Bangladesh has exciting plans for the future of the brand in the country. There will be more outlets across the country and the entire expansion will be according to the guideline of Crocodile Singapore.

About the brand : Established in 1947 in Singapore, Crocodile has grown in to an internationally sought-after fashion & lifestyle brand with a diversified product range – footwear, leather goods, travel wear, timepieces, eyewear, and various other accessories.

Asif Siddique Tarafdar is the Staff Writer of Ice Today& Ice Business Times. He has completed BSS in Economics from BRAC University and vocal about disability rights and inclusion. Currently, studying MDS at Jahangirnagar University he is also a former Flight Cadet of the Bangladesh Air Force.