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Lush has taken a positive approach to its future in Hong Kong following the closure of its Central flagship store at the end of last month.
Bonjour CEO Cheung Ka Fai has resigned after less than two months in the role, citing “personal career development”.
Hong Kong-listed apparel retail Esprit is facing a boardroom stoush seeking the immediate removal of CEO Anders Christian Kristiansen who is leading a restructure of the long-ailing business.
Brooks Brothers has filed for bankruptcy in the US, the latest US retail victim of the Covid-19 pandemic.
British fashion label Topshop will close its 14,000sqft flagship in Hong Kong when the lease comes up for renewal in October.
Beauty products retailer Lush has closed its five-story Hong Kong flagship store several months before its lease was due for renewal.
Burberry is reorganising its creative team as the luxury label welcomes back Adrian Ward-Rees to lead its ready-to-wear business.
As Hong Kong retail rents slump to levels not seen since 2003, retailers who appeal to domestic shoppers are beginning to have a stronger presence in the market.
Boutique lifestyle travel brand Lojel has launched an immersive pop-up store in Hong Kong’s K11 Musea, focusing on the concept of staycations.
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.
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.
BMW is holding its first-ever art-driven motor show in its luxury class showroom in Wan Chai, Hong Kong this month.