• Can “Revenge Spending” Save Luxury in China?

    “Revenge spending” is a phenomenon that luxury brands are hoping to benefit from in China, but what should they really expect from post-COVID-19 consumers? Read More
  • Was the Launch of Shanghai Cloud Fashion Week a Success?

    Shanghai Fashion Week’s digital makeover provides a welcome outlet for designers to connect with China’s massive online customer base. Read More
  • How Photographer “Puzzleman” Leung Builds Narratives Through His Lens

    A mysterious fashion photographer talks to Jing Daily about how he went from dropping out of school to shooting for the biggest magazines in the industry. Read More
  • Shaway Yeh: Imagining Sustainability in the “New Normal”

    Shayway Yeh has been shaping the media landscape in China for decades. Now, she has turned her attention to sustainable fashion and is making her mark. Read More
  • How Brands Must Change For A New World Order

    There will always be disruption, no matter the crisis. But the COVID-19 crisis will birth some specific changes that brands must be ready for. Read More
  • How a Digital Shanghai Fashion Week Will Affect Offline Showrooms

    In recent years the showroom scene in Shanghai has mushroomed. Now, as the fashion week goes digital, we investigate how they are coping with the shift. Read More
  • Former Harper’s Bazaar China Editor Ventures into Consultancy & More

    The former CEO of the Trends Media Group and editor-in-chief of Harper's Bazaar China, Su Mang, has reportedly registered a consultancy company. Read More
  • Mia Kong On The Powerful Evolution of Fashion Media

    A former fashion editor who found a new position as an influencer, Mia Kong, shares her inspiration in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Read More
  • Why Luxury Brands Should Dive into China’s Private Traffic Pool

    By leveraging private traffic effectively, global luxury brands have lessons to learn from homegrown players in order to improve user engagement. Read More
  • How WeChat is Losing the War for Users Attention

    Fast-forward to 2020, and users are already spending more time on Douyin than they are on WeChat, swiping for hours between short videos. What went wrong? Read More