• YNAP Dumps Yoox in China To Focus on Joint Venture With Alibaba

    Yoox, the outlet luxury e-commerce player of Yoox Net-a-Porter, announced today that it will exit the China market on February 18, 2020. Read More
  • 4 Intellectual Property Guidelines that are Crucial for Luxury Brands

    Knock-offs practically seem like a tradition in the Chinese market, but brands and sellers have been busy fighting for intellectual property. Read More
  • Why Luxury Brands Need Artificial Intelligence

    Artificial Intelligence is a hot but confusing topic in business. Yet for luxury brands, it's quickly becoming an indispensable tool. Read More
  • LVMH Confirmed Acquisition of Tiffany for $16.2 Billion

    Bernard Arnault, LVMH’s chairman, has already lined-up a new strategy to boost the biggest acquisition for the group in their history. Read More
  • What’s Next for Capri Holdings Limited?

    Capri Holdings Limited still has some serious challenges to overcome, but its ambition of becoming the first American luxury conglomerate is still on track. Read More
  • 4 Takeaways from Morgan Stanley’s Report on Shifts in Chinese Luxury Consumption

    Investment bank Morgan Stanley notes that more and more of China’s luxury shoppers are staying home to shop instead of traveling abroad. Read More
  • Dior Names Wang Junkai their New Brand Ambassador in China & More

    The French brand Christian Dior has named the 20-year-old actor/singer Wang Junkai (Karry Wang) to be their new brand ambassador in China. Read More
  • 10 KOL Marketing Trends in China for 2020

    Here are 10 KOL marketing trends we are keeping tabs on in China for the coming year, such as the rise of micro-KOLs, live-stream e-commerce, and more. Read More
  • Will Chinese Gen-Zers Get on Board with Palace?

    Streetwear brands have been trending in China for years but can underground brands that align with Western street culture still do well there? Read More
  • European Retailers Lure Chinese Shoppers with WeChat Pay

    Leading European retailers are now offering easier payment options, like WeChat Pay, to entice more Chinese tourist to shop on their travels aboard. Read More