Products from LVMH's new Cha Ling tea cosmetics brand. (Courtesy Photo)

LVMH’s New Sino-French Eco Beauty Brand Cha Ling Taps Into Power of Pu’er Tea

Backed by luxury conglomerate LVMH, new cosmetics brand Cha Ling sources its ingredients from ancien...
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How Much Will China’s Yuan Devaluation Hurt Luxury?

Investors' rush to drop luxury shares after China's surprise currency devaluation may have been an o...
A Louis Vuitton store in Hangzhou, China. (Shutterstock)

Should Luxury Brands Give Up or Double Down on Mainland China?

With a multi-year luxury market slowdown in China, brands consider shifting more of their focus to t...
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Currency-Savvy Chinese Shoppers Boost Luxury Brands in 2015

While LVMH and Kering's H1 results show that China's luxury slowdown continues, currency fluctuation...
A Prada store in Shanghai. (Shutterstock)

China’s Slowdown Means End of ‘Low-Hanging Fruit’ for Foreign Luxury Brands

As the era of easy China sales growth ends for foreign brands, they need to develop a strong underst...
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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