Freelance journalist and graphic designer Meredith Hattam gives an insider look at the unpleasant...
Jul 19, 2013
Beauty products company Dove is taking their “Real Beauty” campaign to China. The campaign aims “to challenge beauty stereotypes and invite women to join a discussion about beauty.” It has been rolled out in the USA, Canada,...
Feb 26, 2013
Despite claims that Chinese fashion brands are struggling in the market compared to foreign luxury brands, CNN reports Chinese designers are on the rise in the style capitals of the world, such as Paris and London. China...
Aug 19, 2012
A precarious economic outlook and efforts to stem officials’ conspicuous consumption have prompted fears for the health of China’s luxury market. Sales of prestigious Moutai liquor have indeed drooped, but Hermes and...
Jul 31, 2012
Local and Western fashion companies continue to thrive in China, and J. Crew is trying to ride China’s fashion wave by opening its first store in Hong Kong, from Bloomberg Business Week: J.Crew Group Inc., the apparel...
Feb 10, 2011
The Telegraph reports that the major Western fashion labels have their sights set on China, where the young and affluent are increasingly buying luxury brands: It is an unimaginably large and increasingly lucrative market....
Jan 19, 2008
From Taipei Times: Elements, Hong Kong’s latest colossal shopping mall and luxury goods temple, is a living illustration of the city’s bid to lure a new generation of brand-mad spenders from the Chinese mainland. The new development has a massive 1,115m2 Gucci store, not to mention Prada, Ferragamo and Versace boutiques. It has a direct […]
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