Tiffany Lung is a retail analyst based in London and Hong Kong, with a focus on innovation trends and consumer behaviours. With close to 10 years’ experience across the wider retail industry, her insights are featured regularly in local and international media and she speaks frequently at industry events. Tiffany’s experience includes being an analyst at Tofugear and Ascential Group PLC in London. In her spare time, Tiffany shares the latest store innovations through her #TiffanysRetailPatrol series.
Kering label Bottega Veneta has just opened its first pop-up store post-Covid-19 at Shanghai’s Plaza 66 Mall, dubbed the ‘invisible store’.
San Francisco-based online bag brand Senreve has opened a standalone pop-up store in Hong Kong, its first foray into a major city mall.
The new Huawei Shanghai store, the Chinese smartphone and electronics brand’s largest yet, opened its doors this week.
A 605sqm Muji convenience store called Mujicom, has opened in the headquarters of e-commerce giant JD with 71 seats for dining in.
Luxury jeweller and watch retailer Folli Follie has become the latest victim of Hong Kong’s perishing retail scene.
Despite struggling with suspended operations and inventory problems during the Covid-19 pandemic, Japanese home-and lifestyle-goods retailer Muji is set to open its 21st store in Hong Kong later this month.
Local and tourist favourite sandwich maker Hung Rui Chen will be opening a flagship store in Hong Kong this August.
Popular Thai tea brand ChaTraMue is expanding its footprint in Hong Kong with two new stores about to open in the territory.
Japanese discount retailer Don Don Donki is to open up to three more stores in Hong Kong imminently, including a flagship in Causeway Bay.
Two Hong Kong cosmetics retailers have fallen victim to the coronavirus crisis facing legal action over unpaid rent.
Singaporean luxury tea brand Tea WG has expanded its Hong Kong footprint, adding a fourth boutique at Sha Tin’s New Town Plaza, its first in the New Territories.
Chinese tea chain Heytea has closed three quarters of its Hong Kong network, leaving just two stores operating, at Causeway Bay’s Times Square and Sha Tin’s New Town Plaza.