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Has COVID-19 Affected The Tiffany-LVMH Deal?
Roadblocks to the Recovery of China’s Supply Chain
Rebound Strategies for US Luxury Brands
The Verdict On Shanghai Fashion Week
McKinsey: The Luxury Goods Industry During And After Coronavirus
The Supply Chain Of The Future Is In China
Can Luxury Brands Stand Out With Humor?
Chinese HNWIs Keep on Spending — But on What?
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Marketing & Branding
Marketing Rules For A Recession
Alibaba Uses Lockdown to Promote Its Virtual Avatar Game
How These Five Campaigns Celebrated Women Empowerment This International Women’s Day
Chanel’s International Women’s Day Ad Flop
Fresh from Farfetch
Should Brands Follow Net-A-Porter’s Animal Crossing Lead?
Cult Brand Huda Beauty Launches on Tmall Global
Is Made-To-Order The Future of Luxury Fashion in China?
Louis Vuitton’s Debut Livestream on Little Red Book
Hong Kong’s Luxury Retail Slump to Last Through 2016
As mainland Chinese visitor numbers decline, Hong Kong retail rents are predicted to decline by 10 to 15 percent in 2016.
Luxury Pushes Hong Kong’s Sky-High Retail Rent To Top Global Spot
Driven by demand for prime space from luxury brands, Hong Kong is the city with the world's most expensive retail rents for the third year in a row.
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