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US footwear company Caleres is to launch Naturalizer and Sam Edelman shoe brands in Greater China.
Fashion-discovery platform Moda Operandi has appointed Ming Yang as the firm’s new MD for China.
Health-and-beauty firm Nu Skin is rolling out a new store design based on its Shenzhen flagship, which opened in November last year.
Versace China’s new flagship has opened in Beijing as part of a concerted plan by the fashion label’s new owners to expand its footprint globally.
Analysts are warning of challenging times ahead for the Hong Kong luxury goods market.
Taiwanese franchise 85C Bakery Cafe is undergoing rapid expansion in the US.
Nike has elected to withdraw a new shoe design in Mainland China after a politically sensitive image was posted to Instagram by one of its designers.
Chinese-controlled affordable luxury fashion group SMCP has agreed to buy French menswear luxury label De Fursac.
Luk Fook will add at least 150 stores in Mainland China this year as it looks to mitigate falling sales in Hong Kong.
Chinese footwear manufacturer and retailer Belle International has filed papers for a public listing of its sportswear business Topsports International.
US West Coast fashion and lifestyle retailer Fred Segal is eyeing expansion into China as its new owner Global Icons seeks to revive the 57-year-old brand.
Hong Kong retail sales will shrink by 5 per cent this year according to projections by PWC.