Hermès broke its golden rule of not offering sales by holding on to clear unsold stock last Tuesday. (Flickr/SimonQ錫濛譙)

Luxury Brands Break Sacred ‘No Discounts’ Rule To Cope With China Slowdown

As China's luxury growth remains slow, Chinese media reports that top international luxury brands su...
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Why China’s Luxury Slowdown Hasn’t Stopped Price Hikes

Brands like Cartier and Ferragamo aren't skipping China for their annual price increases despite the...
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Spring Festival Spotlight | Year Of The Horse Fashion Guide

Burberry, DVF, Longchamp, and Ralph Lauren are among the brands that have launched special-edition e...
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Jing Daily’s China Luxury Brief: January 13, 2014

Welcome to Jing Daily’s China Luxury Brief: the day’s top news on the business of luxury and cul...
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Ferragamo Bets Big On China’s Rapid Second-Tier Growth

The Italian luxury brand's CEO believes that Beijing and Shanghai have been "overestimated" in terms...
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Is ‘Tiny Times’ A Spot-On Glimpse Of China’s ‘Me Generation’?

The "hyper-materialist" and controversial Chinese summer blockbuster is not only an ode to luxury go...