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A few years ago, the concept of “accessible luxury” as a market mover in China was little more than a dot on the horizon, but today, the situation couldn't be more different, argues columnist Michael Zakkour.
A recent survey shows a low American opinion of Chinese brands, but some of China's luxury companies are stepping up efforts to find a place in the international market.
In partnership with LAB Concept, May will see the launch of the first Greater China Topshop flagship in Hong Kong.
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.
As more consumers in mainland China begin to pull away from a single-minded interest in the most visible high-end labels, home-grown luxury brands finally have an opportunity to gain the attention of the growing number of affluent domestic shoppers.
Casting the endeavor as the “Milan Plan,” the International Textile and Garment Center in Shishi, Fujian province, aims to build a fashion capital in the image of the Italian fashion capital.
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.
One of the most commonly discussed topics within China's luxury industry is when the country will produce its own luxury brands that people are actually willing to buy.
Following up our year-end wrap up, here are some of the most noteworthy grand openings we saw this year in the Greater China region.
With the holiday season in full swing, here are some of Jing Daily's picks for the best in Chinese design, perfect for gift-giving.