Burberry's Weibo account.

What Weibo’s Rebound Means for Digital Luxury Marketing

After a significant decline in user numbers last year, growth has picked up for the microblogging pl...
A "Gucci" bag of questionable origin for sale on Taobao.

Will ‘Kering vs. Alibaba’ Set a Luxury Lawsuit Trend for Fighting China’s Fakes?

As luxury brands do whatever they can to fight rampant online fakes in China, Kering's lawsuit strat...
L'Occitane's Tmall site.

Tmall’s New Rules Pose Fresh Headaches For Global Brands

Alibaba's e-commerce platform gets tough on fake sales by introducing new regulations on how brands ...
Alibaba We Do

China’s Businesses Get Savvy About LGBT Community’s $300 Billion Spending Power

Companies like Alibaba are light-years ahead of the Chinese government when it comes to showing supp...
The Chanel store at Shin Kong Place mall in Beijing. (Jing Daily)

Currency Fluctuations Will Fuel China’s Gray Market—Unless Brands Take Action

As currency fluctuations widen the luxury price gap between Europe and China, brands like Chanel and...
A "Michael Kors" bag available on Taobao which the seller claims is a daigou item.

As Chinese Demand for Fakes Goes Down, Scams Go Up

A new survey finds that China's rampant online counterfeit goods sales aren't always voluntary as so...
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