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.
Bali, a beloved destination for tourists and popular amongst Australians, is about to get a % Arabica store.
Hong Kong plant-based grocery shop and cafe Green Common will launch online on Tmall Global at the end of this month, during the marketplace’s Black Friday event.
Lojel, the Japanese luggage brand – has opened its first concept store in Causeway Bay, adjacent to drone-technology flagship of DJI.
The Phluid Project, a New York brick-and-mortar shop specialising in gender-free apparel is setting a new standard for retailers, tapping into a key Gen Z trend.
Kyoto-based coffee chain % Arabica opened its first store in London this month – and it plans 70 more within the next year.
Kyoto coffee chain % Arabica has made its debut in the UK, with its first store in London.
American brand Vans, known for its skateboarding culture and popular among youth, is currently facing backlash over the retraction of protest-themed submissions for its Custom Culture shoe design contest.
Last month, the inventor of bath bombs and hero of vegans, cruelty-free cosmetics retailer Lush Asia has opened a Naked store right in the heart of Hong Kong at Great George Street, Causeway Bay.
A new Tumi retail concept was unveiled this week, located in the K11 Musea art mall in Kowloon.
Luxury label Il Bisonte has come a long way from a family-owned retailer to a landmark flagship store in Harbour City which opened this month.