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Esprit shoe range to be developed with Germany’s Deichmann

Hong Kong-headquartered fashion brand Esprit has signed a deal with German shoe retailer Deichmann to jointly develop a footwear range.

Charles & Keith opens first store on Kowloon side of Hong Kong

Singapore footwear and accessories label Charles & Keith is unveiling its largest store at K11 Musea this month.

Japan’s Yohji Yamamoto opens its first store in Greater China

Japanese fashion label Yohji Yamamoto is opening in Hong Kong.

Gong Cha secures private-equity investment to boost global expansion

International private equity company TA Associates will take an undisclosed stake in fast-growing bubble-tea chain Gong Cha.

Italian streetwear label GCDS opens its first store in Greater China

Italian streetwear label GCDS (God Can’t Destroy Streetwear) has opened its first store in Hong Kong.

Monocle opens its first travel-retail shop at Hong Kong

Global media brand Monocle has opened its first dedicated travel retail store at Hong Kong International Airport.

JNA Awards to honour three Asian retail pioneers

The JNA Awards for the jewellery and gemstones industry is honouring three outstanding leaders as recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Burger King China operator mulls Hong Kong IPO

Burger King China’s owner is mulling a listing in Hong Kong which could value the business at around US$1 billion.

Flagship Razer store in Las Vegas to open next month

A flagship Razer store in Las Vegas is set to open next month, the gaming brand’s largest outlet anywhere in the world and its second in the US after San Francisco.

New Pricerite at MegaBox embraces omnichannel, accepts cryptocurrencies

Pricerite has opened its third new New Retail concept store, at MegaBox in Kowloon Bay.

Alibaba Hong Kong IPO postponed due to unrest

The planned US$15 billion Alibaba Hong Kong IPO has been postponed due to continuing political unrest in the city.

Retail bankruptcies dent Li & Fung turnover

Retail bankruptcies and destocking impacted Li & Fung turnover during the first half of this year, but the world’s largest supply-chain solutions provider returned to profit.

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