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In a new video interview, Shanghai Tang's CEO discusses why he thinks the brand will win over Chinese consumers in its push back into the "motherland."
Chinese New Year may be months away, but the Chinese lifestyle brand and iconic notebook company have released their annual zodiac notebook design.
Since its founding in 1994, Shanghai Tang has staked out a distinctive niche in the luxury-brand landscape. Now it's poised for emergence as a market-shaping made-in-China brand.
Though China has no shortage of Pinterest clones, from Mogujie to Meilishuo and Fa Xian, the Richemont-owned, Hong Kong-based brand Shanghai Tang decided to go with the original to preview its S/S 2013 collection.
Having seen China sales skyrocket in recent years, with mainland Chinese now accounting for 20 percent of Shanghai Tang sales, up from a minuscule three percent in 2009, CEO Raphael Le-Masne-De-Chermont is optimistic about his company's growing reliance on mainland China.
Get ready to coo over Shanghai Tang’s newest furry additions: Shang Yi and Tang Yi, two male tiger cubs the Hong Kong-bred brand recently adopted to continue its commitment to the Save China's Tigers charity organization.
For its latest limited-edition partnership, Shanghai Tang's menswear designer Armele Barbier partnered with Jan Kole of Colossi Cycling on a special fixed-gear bicycle that echoes yet updates the iconic Flying Pigeon-style Chinese black bicycle.
Following the wrap of its pop-up "Loft" in Hong Kong's Pedder Building, this week Shanghai Tang is giving fans a chance to guess the location of its new flagship and win exclusive prizes on its Facebook page.