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China’s Luxury E-Commerce Boom Means ‘Ostrich’ Brands Lose Out

With 74 percent of Chinese luxury consumers buying goods online, high-end labels can't afford to kee...
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 ...
A Gucci boutique in Beijing. (Shutterstock)

Can Gucci Turn it Around in China?

After Kering's lackluster year-end financial report, the luxury mega-brand hopes to regain China mom...
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Apple Ascends To Top Of Gift List For China’s Rich In Austerity Age

As China's wealthy cut back on high-end gifting, the results of a new survey find that Apple devices...
A Bulgari store in Shanghai. Luxury watches have seen a significant China sales slump since the start of China's anti-corruption campaign. (Shutterstock)

China’s Anti-Graft Campaign Shows No Signs Of Slowing For 2015

As the Chinese government gears up for a continued anti-corruption campaign in 2015, luxury labels a...
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Fake Luxury Brand Accounts Confuse WeChat Users

When even fake luxury brand accounts on WeChat bear a verified symbol, users are finding it hard to ...
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