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...
The iAPM luxury mall in Shanghai. (Shutterstock)

Bain: China’s Luxury Revolution Calls For Omnichannel Approach

As China's luxury shoppers seek out new platforms to purchase an increasingly diverse number of bran...
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Going Niche: What China’s Online ‘Influencers’ Have That KOLs Don’t

Luxury brands that rely on social marketing through Chinese KOLs with millions of followers may be o...
Chinese model Fei Fei Sun (R) in a 2014 Dior ad.

5 Top China Luxury Market Predictions For 2015

From e-commerce to spending patterns, Jing Daily takes a look at what 2015 has in store for China's ...
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The China Luxury Market’s Top 5 Social Media Trends Of 2014

From mobile to microblogging, Jing Daily has rounded up the year's most important developments for l...
WeChat is the top social tool for affluent mainlanders looking for information on luxury brands. (Jing Daily)

WeChat Reigns As Top Social Influencer For China’s Luxury Shoppers

A new survey finds that WeChat has a bigger impact on Chinese luxury shoppers' purchase choices than...
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