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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.
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.
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.
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.
Originally announced in 2011, the China expansion efforts of Hong Kong-based luxury department store Lane Crawford are set to gain pace with the opening of two new stores in Shanghai and Chengdu by the end of this year.
Recently, THE VILLA built on its already impressive roster of brands with the addition of Adornia Fine Jewelry, which launched at the boutique with a special trunk show attended by Jing Daily as well as plenty of Shanghai's budding fashion enthusiasts.
Since founding her Beijing multi-brand boutique Brand New China (BNC) in 2010, highly influential Chinese media figure, publisher, and blogger Hong Huang has become one of the country's top advocates for home-grown fashion design, promoting up-and-coming names through in-house collections and collaborations.
Though Topshop won't have a physical store in China until its first flagship in Hong Kong opens this May, the British brand has been hard at work making overtures to what it hopes will be one of its most promising new markets.
Following up the inaugural event last July, this past weekend the fashion website ParkLU gathered the best of the best from Shanghai's fashion scene for the second "Insider" private pop-up shop.