A Shanghai storefront for Kering-owned label Bottega Veneta, which saw significant China growth numbers in the first half.

LVMH And Kering China Growth Remains Mixed Bag In First Half

Niche labels and crackdown-immune products factored heavily in the luxury conglomerates' recently re...
A look from Salvatore Ferragamo's fall 2013 ready-to-wear collection. The label saw notably optimistic China numbers in its first quarter. (Women's Wear Daily)

China Slowdown Not Uniform For All Fashion Labels In First Quarter

As first-quarter earnings reports roll in for luxury brands, the news is not all bad for China growt...
François-Henri Pinault with the new logo for luxury conglomerate PPR, which will be changing its name to Kering. (Forbes)

Pinault’s Zodiac Heads Gift Confirms Long-Term China Goals

The end of the Christie's zodiac head drama that began in 2009 demonstrates the company's increasing...
Burberry's Beijing flagship store, opened in 2011.

Burberry Stands Out As Bright Spot In China Slowdown News

In a week of troubling GDP growth numbers for China and dipping stocks for luxury companies, Burberr...
Qeelin Xixi Collection

PPR To Acquire Qeelin: What Could It Mean For Chinese Luxury?

In the hopes of increasing its already significant footprint in the mainland China market, this week...
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Brioni Doubles Down On China’s Menswear Market

PPR-owned Italian menswear and accessories brand Brioni still sees gold in China's evolving luxury m...