The Louis Vuitton store in Beijing's Shin Kong Place mall. (Jing Daily)

China’s Luxury Market Conditions Amplify Brands’ Risk of Overexposure

It's easier than ever for luxury brands to become victims of their own massive success in the China ...
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Trendy Millennial Chinese Travelers Turn to W Hotels in Thailand

Starwood's boutique design brand is bringing its music- and nightlife-focused concept to Chinese tou...
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Yoox’s Luca Martines: Mobile Sales and Niche Labels are Key for E-Commerce in China

In an interview with Jing Daily, Yoox Group's international markets director discusses the company's...
The Hotel Des Indes in the Hague. (Courtesy Photo)

Event Watch: China Luxury Seminar (The Hague)

The first seminar on the Chinese luxury market to be held in the Netherlands will examine the driver...
Apple has proven particularly popular with LGBT consumers in China. Pictured above: an Apple store in Shanghai. (Shutterstock)

China’s LGBT Consumers: How Luxury Can Tap Into a $300 Billion Market

The massive spending power of China’s 70 million-strong LGBT population presents a significant opp...
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Chinese International Luxury Spending Surges 122 Percent as ‘Euro Effect’ Takes Hold

Chinese tourists go on a global luxury shopping spree as a weaker euro encourages spending.
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