Net-a-Porter's Chinese-language site.

What Yoox and Net-a-Porter’s Merger Means for China’s Luxury E-Commerce Market

The deal struck between the two luxury e-tailers has one eye on China, but the Chinese market remain...
A Chanel store in Hangzhou. (Shutterstock)

Luxury’s Renminbi Roulette: Why Currency Adjustments are Risky Business

In the face of currency fluctuations that leave a massive gap between luxury prices in China and Eur...
A recent Ferragamo fragrance ad.

Interview: Ferragamo’s Fragrance CEO Luciano Bertinelli Follows Scent of China Opportunity

The head of the Italian luxury label's fragrance division talks to Jing Daily about what it takes to...
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Maison Corthay Brings French Bespoke Style to China’s Moneyed Dandies

The small independent shoemaker sets its sights squarely on China as the country's wealthy consumers...
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Luxury Industry Turns to China’s ‘Moderately Wealthy’ for Global Growth

China is expected to have the world's highest number of households with an average income of US$100,...
Lines outside Chanel at the Shanghai International Financial Center in Shanghai on March 19, 2015. (China Daily)

Why Luxury Brands’ China Price Cuts Won’t Hurt Overseas Sales

Recent China price cuts by Chanel and other brands don't mean that Chinese consumers are going to st...
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