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Niche brands are rising at a rapid pace in China as consumers become more experimental and individualist, leading to several new platforms for both consumers and businesses to gain access to smaller labels.
A new report by A.T. Kearney ranks China as the top country for e-commerce opportunity, and luxury is poised to benefit from rising incomes and improved infrastructure.
One of the world's largest trade show organizers has bought a 20 percent stake in The Hub, a new event which aims to help smaller fashion labels access Asia's booming fashion market.
Known for his innovative collaborations with major global fashion labels, celebrated sneaker designer Kim targets a more mature audience with his new leather shoe brand.
Shanghai isn't the only Chinese city seeing the rise of multi-brand boutiques as niche styles take off in Beijing.
Welcome to Jing Daily‘s China Luxury Brief: the day’s top news on the business of luxury and culture in China, all in one place. Check out today’s stories below: — BUSINESS AND FINANCE — Mooncakes and hairy crabs stay mid-range this season. State-run China Daily argues that the anti-graft crackdown is working when it comes to curbing high-end edible goods sales […]
China's growing presence at New York Fashion Week was unmistakable this season, and is only set to get larger in the years to come.