First shown at the JUE NEXT GEN Photography Competition this March, the Shanghai-based brand Ospop.‘s “Blue Work Shirt” hearkens back to the traditional light blue, hard-wearing garment so ubiquitous throughout China from the 1950s through the 1970s. Updated with a more modern cut and details like screen-printed logos and slogans on the back and red accents under the sleeves, the new shirt, a collaboration with the Chinese multi-media artist Tian Yuan (田源), joins other retro Ospop. products like the classic updated “Liberation” shoe (解放鞋) and bags.
China's wine brands made a respectable showing at this year's Decanter World Wine Awards, taking home two more medals than last year.
As designer Stella McCartney dramatically expands her brand's China presence, she hopes to attract potential customers' attention with a series of star-studded parties.
A recent report of China's top 50 brands is sparse on luxury, with only a few wine and spirits companies making the cut.
At the recent Bespoke luxury conference in Australia, the head of Crown Casino discussed a proposed complex in Sydney which aims to attract mainly Chinese visitors.
The iconic British trench coat giant continues its turnaround news with a report of 20 percent sales growth in China, which was made possible due to some digital-heavy strategizing.