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Brands considering a leap into the China market should consider several key questions to help them decide.
A conversation with Beijing-based fashion designer Christopher Bu on dressing stars and opening his first boutique.
In case you missed them the first time around, here are some of Jing Daily’s top posts for the week of April 29-May 3.
As China's fashion market diversifies, the Great Wall will serve as a runway show venue for labels Proenza Schouler, Rag & Bone, and Marchesa this June.
In order to achieve stellar results in its first quarter, L'Oreal relied on some savvy marketing techniques to bring attention to its products -- including using singer Li Yuchun as a spokesperson.
A population of well over 1.3 billion, one of the world's fastest-growing luxury markets, and a well-publicized "myopia epidemic": for high-end eyewear brands and designers, China looks like a slam dunk.
From Front Row to Alter, Le Lutin to THE VILLA, The Olive Shoppe to Dong Liang, Triple-Major to B.Y., in recent years Shanghai has become the epicenter of China's growing independent multi-brand boutique scene.
Hong Kong-based luxury department store Lane Crawford opens an online menswear shop as 2013 shapes up to be a turning point in consumer menswear sales in China.
While much of the attention paid to China's emerging young designers tends to lean towards the apparel market, the country's up-and-coming fine jewelry makers too are showing a keen eye for design.
Following in the pioneering footsteps of Dong Liang, fellow Beijing-based indie fashion boutique Triple-Major (previously) has staked out its own bit of the Shanghai market with its cozy second location.