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Japanese designer Issey Miyake dies, at 84

Miyake was famed for his pleated style of clothing that never wrinkles and for producing the signature black turtleneck ...

Kering Eyewear opens first South Korea store, its largest yet in Asia

A variety of online shopping opportunities for Kering Eyewear products are offered by Lotte Duty Free.

Indonesian fashion label Claude launches in Singapore

The store, located at Takashimaya Shopping Centre on Orchard Road, is its first in Singapore.

Snickers maker apologises for advert suggesting Taiwan is a country

Mars Wrigley later published an apology on its Snickers China Weibo account.

India’s Nykaa expects festival season to boost demand

The upcoming festival season, which extends till the end of the year, would further boost consumer demand for beauty.

Gentle Monster opens new China flagships in Beijing, Qingdao

The new Beijing store is the first to offer free repair services in China.

Alibaba revenue growth flatlines for first time as China’s lockdowns bite

Alibaba Group has reported flat quarterly revenue growth for the first time in its history, showing how China's Covid lo...

Winter apparel sales surge in Korea, despite summer heat

Lotte Home Shopping Inc. hosted a fur coat sales promotion in June, selling more than 1,000 fur coats in a single hour.

Japanese retailer Honeys to build third clothing factory in Myanmar

Honeys currently sources about 44 per cent of its goods from its subsidiary and partners in Myanmar.

Analysis: Amazon has a Prime edge over Walmart – richer customers

A divergence in the business models of US e-commerce rivals Walmart and Amazon are driving contrasting movements in thei...