Compared to other Western retailers that hit the Chinese market early (some of them now with hundreds of stores across Hong Kong and the mainland) Marks & Spencer is something of a paradox.
A roundup of new and ongoing digital campaigns launched by luxury brands in China through April 23, 2013, featuring Givenchy Cosmetics, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Maserati, Chow Tai Fook Jewlery, Coach, and Sephora and Guerlain.
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.
Although Apple appears eager to put last month's controversy over warranty issues and discrimination far behind it, the Chinese government may have other plans if the prior experiences of foreign companies such as Google are any indication.