• Does Sequoia China’s Investment in AMI Represent A New M&A Trend?

    Sequoia Capital China recently became the majority stakeholder in the Parisian designer brand AMI, which will foster the brand's digital reach in China. Read More
  • Dior Adds An Oriental Aesthetic To Their Chinese New Year 2021 Collection

    Jing Daily's weekly analysis of the very latest digital luxury brand campaigns in China from Dior, Bananain, and Adidas Originals. Read More
  • How Tiffany Could Become The Next Luxury Mega-brand

    Tiffany, the iconic New York jeweler known for its diamond and sterling silver pieces, could gain over its jewelry rivals in the next decade. Read More
  • NYSE Returns to Original Decision to Delist Chinese Telecom Giants

    In an abrupt about-turn, the NYSE has decided once again to delist three major Chinese telecom companies starting on Jan. 11. Read More
  • Why China Is A Decade Ahead In Social-Driven Sales

    China is a decade ahead of Western e-commerce, thanks to social shopping. But how did it get there, and what should companies in China know? Read More
  • Why Qeelin x Mr. Bags’ Bracelet Collab Sold Out In 1 Second

    By flexing its cultural advantage as a Chinese luxury brand, Qeelin sold out 100 sets of its Mr. Bags jewelry collaboration in one second. Read More
  • CCI Q&A: Loewe CEO Pascale Lepoivre on Creative Content for Luxury

    In the fourth and final installment of our year-end Q&A series, we caught up with Pascale Lepoivre, CEO of the Spanish luxury fashion house Loewe. Read More
  • How One Indie Luxury Brand Conquered The China Market

    As China started becoming familiar with DTC brands, the American luxury label Senreve entered its market, bringing with it a perfect plan for success. Read More
  • Can The China Market Handle More Luxury Price Increases?

    On the heels of Hermès’ price increase, brands like Bottega Veneta and Louis Vuitton are rumored to be raising their prices as well. Read More
  • Meet China’s New, Young Luxury Heroes For 2021

    China’s post-COVID-19 market is crucial, and its luxury consumers are much younger than in other parts of the world. But who are they? Read More