Established in 1947, Crocodile is an international fashion and lifestyle brand that delivers timeless, quality and functional wear with men’s garments having been the initial core of the brand. From the beginning of a single product, Crocodile diversified into other product ranges including footwear, leather goods, travel ware, timepiece, eyewear, bedding and other accessories for men, ladies and children.
Crocodile is Singapore’s only garment brand built upon a long and illustrious history. It continues to carve new milestones today.
Our vision and goal – To be the leading Asian Fashion Lifestyle Brand.
Crocodile established in Singapore by Dato Dr Tan Hian Tsin
Crocodile expands into South East Asia namely Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia and Thailand.
Dato Dr Tan presenting gift to the then President of Indonesia (President Sukarno)
Crocodile expands into Hong Kong
Dato Dr Tan meets Singapore’s first president Mr Yusoff Ishak at the President’s residency
Conferment of Datoship by the Terengganu state government
Crocodile enters the China market. Dato Dr Tan greeted by then Minister of Education Mr. Li Lan Qing
Crocodile launches in Korea and accorded the Hit Products Awards in 2001
Crocodile forays into India
Crocodile donates a medical boat serving the poor and needy in Bangladesh
Crocodile and group of companies helped to rebuild a school in Sri Lanka which was
destroyed by 2004 Tsunami
60th Anniversary & Official opening of North Asia’s headquarters
in Shanghai, China
Crocodile sponsors the world’s biggest art piece in Malaysia – which made
it to the Guinness World Records
Crocodile as Official Apparel Partner of the inaugural Youth Olympic Games
held in Singapore
Sponsorship for Crocodile Challenge Cup for a 10-year deal – an annual table tennis
tournament for primary school paddlers
In celebration of Singapore’s 50th anniversary, Crocodile has been selected to feature
local brand products in “50 Made in Singapore Products” exhibition
Winner of the IPOS SG50 Trade Marks Contest
Crocodile Press Conference 2016 @ Seoul (South Korea)