• The Verdict On Shanghai Fashion Week

    This season, facing unprecedented disruption to brands, stores and supply chains, Shanghai Fashion Week’s industry elite chose a new approach. Read More
  • When Will Hong Kong’s Luxury Retail Market Recover?

    Hong Kong’s luxury retail sales plunged at the beginning of 2020 due to the double whammy of social unrest and the COVID-19 outbreak. Will it ever recover? Read More
  • UPDATE: Celebrated Shoe Designer Sergio Rossi Dies at 84 of COVID-19

    As luxury shoe designer Sergio Rossi died at 84 of COVID-19 in central Italy, the current CEO of his namesake brand sends condolenses. Read More
  • Which Luxury Campaigns Stood Out in China This Week?

    MAC, Fendi, and Neiwai took to Chinese social media to boost brand recognition and sales. Read More
  • Could Post-COVID-19 National Pride Push US Brands Out?

    American brands enjoyed a long period of enrichment in China, but due to a host of reasons, local Chinese brands are now taking over the luxury market. Read More
  • Here’s What We Learned From COVID-19: China Ad and PR Leaders

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    High-level executives at multinational companies in China’s marketing and public relations industries summarize their lessons learned during the pandemic. Read More
  • Luxury Brands in China: Beware The Wrath Of Li Jiaqi

    After Hermès launched its widely anticipated line of lipsticks, China’s top beauty influencer, Li Jiaqi, gave the line a scathing review. Here's why. Read More
  • Luxury Brands Digital Marketing That Worked in China During the COVID-19 Crisis

    COVID-19 demands new forms of consumer engagement, so we took a look at what digital marketing campaigns have worked for international brands in China. Read More
  • How Fashion Maven Declan Chan Connects Brands to China

    Declan Chan, fashion stylist and social media influencer, has been working the channels between global brands and China’s sophisticated audiences with ease. Read More
  • Tencent Launches “Buy Now, Pay Later” Credit Feature

    Tencent launched a new credit feature on WeChat called, "buy now, pay later," that will make luxury purchases even more attainable for Chinese consumers. Read More