Inside Retail Asia
Japanese beauty portal Istyle has launched an @Cosme flagship store on Chinese e-commerce platform Tmall.
San Francisco-based retailer Levi Strauss announced plans to open 100 new company-operated stores this year.
LVMH global revenue rose 16 per cent in the first quarter of this year, with Asia and every other geographical market fuelling growth.
China’s coffee craze has gained pace with the growth rate in consumption on premise 25 per cent higher last year.
Doc’s Barbershop has opened in Chengdu, a stunning retail space that also features a cocktail bar.
Beauty and wellbeing retailer Lush UK will close its social media accounts this week.
Indonesian retail sales surged 9.1 per cent in February – a rate higher than anticipated.
Indian furniture startup WoodenStreet is targeting 15 additional experience stores in the territory by the end of the year.
The new Prada Chongqing store features design influences from the Italian brand’s Milan Galleria.
Debenhams plc, the top holding company of the struggling UK department store chain, Debenhams, has gone into administration.
Shiseido and AS Watson have collaborated in an exclusive derma skincare range under the “D Program” brand.
Fast-fashion brand H&M is testing its fortunes in the fast-growing used-clothing market.