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Vintage ceramics firm Wedgwood has opened a new pilot store at The MixC Luohu mall in Chinese Shenzhen.
Fashion label Burberry is optimistic about a post-Covid-19 recovery as sales began to return to normal in Asia during the June quarter.
Hong Kong jeweller Chow Tai Fook says the reopening of retail stores in Mainland China eased the company’s sales decline in the June quarter.
Interior design company Office AIO used a series of orchestrated “framed views” to create the layout of Basic Coffee in Beijing.
Swatch Group has cut about 2400 jobs, its biggest cull in at least three decades, and will trim its store network as the Swiss watchmaker recorded its first ever loss.
Beauty-products retailer Sa Sa International saw sales plunge 67.9 per cent in the June quarter due to the collapse in mainland tourist arrivals in the city.
Chinese fashion retailer Harmay has entered into a collaboration with local designer Masha Ma.
Luckin Coffee has named Jinyi Guo as chairman and CEO as the Chinese chain tries to move past an accounting scandal that nearly brought it down.
Sneaker giant Nike has introduced its new retail concept Nike Rise in Guangzhou, China.
Undeterred by the advent of Covid-19, Brazilian flip-flop brand Havaianas is investing US$50 million into expansion of its retail footprint across Asia-Pacific between now and 2024.
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’.
Taiwanese bookstore Eslite is closing its operations in Shenzhen following the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.