• Chinese Whispers: Why K-Beauty is Losing Relevance in China, and More

    There are clear signs that the popularity of Korean beauty (K-beauty) brands is quickly fading after being trendy for almost a decade in China. Read More
  • Fenty Beauty By Rihanna Officially Lands in China

    Starting from September 3, Fenty Beauty will officially land in Hong Kong and Macau, without compromising its commitment to cruelty-free products. Read More
  • Will China’s Slowing Economy Hinder Luxury Growth?

    China’s economic growth continues to slow, as the trade war with the United States drags on with the potential to adversely impact the luxury sector. Read More
  • What’s Behind China’s Beauty Addiction?

    In China, selfie culture has created such unattainable beauty standards that body and face ideals in that country have been changing because of it. Read More
  • Farfetch and Tmall are Taking Influencer Collaborations to the Next Level

    Farfetch joined forces with Mr. Bags to launch a Mini Program store, while Austin Li became the first KOL to launch a Tmall Global Influencer Store. Read More
  • Remo Ruffini, Moncler, and the Cult of Innovation

    Moncler CEO Remo Ruffini talks with Jing Daily about its first-ever hackathon, its evolving China strategy, and the importance of designing for the future. Read More
  • How These 7 Luxury Brands Build Hype for Chinese Valentine’s Day

    To celebrate Qixi, it's a standard to release exclusives via WeChat Mini Program, here are different strategies that 7 luxury brands utilized to stand out. Read More
  • Is Burberry’s Momentum Here to Stay?

    Burberry seems to be on the right track to having a business turnaround, but the question remains to be whether the current upward trend can be sustained. Read More
  • Sotheby’s Taps Chinese Couturier Guo Pei to Curate

    Famous in the West for her collaboration with MAC Cosmetics and for designing Rihanna’s 2015 Met Gala gown, Guo Pei is a household name in China. Read More
  • What China’s Gen Z Really Thinks of the Fake Luxury Market

    Chinese Gen Zers' attitude towards buying fake goods are more likely to be driven by morality rather than financial considerations. Read More