• Wellness Is the New Luxury After COVID-19 for China

    Jiaqi Luo  |  
    High-net-worth consumers in a post-COVID-19 China seem to have turned away from luxury fashion and toward self-care products and wellness services. Read More
  • Ralph Lauren Expects Mainland China Growth Back to Positive in Q2

    Ralph Lauren’s Asia market suffered a 22% fall in Q4, the largest of all markets, but both the company and analysts are excited about its recovery. Read More
  • Can Phillips’ Online Auction Spark a New Model of Luxury Sales?

    To cater to the new Chinese cultural consumers, auction houses are entering the premium luxury resale space. Will this become the new norm? Read More
  • What is the Future of Fashion Publishing in China?

    While radical changes came to the publishing industry even before COVID-19, print media still hasn't died in China — it’s simply serving a different market. Read More
  • New US Bill Threatens Chinese E-Commerce and Streaming Giants

    Chinese e-commerce and streaming giants are facing the threat of being delisted from the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq. What does this mean for brands? Read More
  • Can Luxury Brands Survive In China Without Online Partners?

    With the rise of online shopping in China, it’s become increasingly important for global luxury brands to form a partnership with an e-commerce company. Read More
  • Tips for Luxury Brands Trying Out Livestreaming

    Because of COVID-19, many brands have hopped onto the latest online trend of livestreaming to sell merchandise. Here, some tips on how to do it properly. Read More
  • Five Luxury Brands That Are Winning 520 Day In China

    To capitalize on the consumption rebound in China’s market right now, luxury brands are spending more than usual on their 520 marketing campaigns this year. Read More
  • Will CEO Livestreaming Work For Luxury Brands?

    Some CEOs of major Chinese businesses are now hosting livestreaming sessions, but could this work for Western luxury brand CEOs as well? Read More
  • Act Or Die! Luxury Brands Should Always Have A Sense Of Urgency

    For luxury brands, an action that doesn’t lead to an advantage isn’t simply inaction — it’s a negative action. In an era of disruption, urgency is needed. Read More