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Christian Louboutin has opened his new boutique in Landmark Prince’s, Hong Kong.
FamilyMart will this month deploy a robot which vaguely resembles a kangaroo to stack sandwiches, drinks and ready meals on shelves at a Japanese convenience store.
Taiwanese-Canadian designer Jason Wu has opened his first global flagship boutique in Shanghai, China.
Nike has opened the brand’s largest House of Innovation yet, in Paris, focusing on delivering a digital retail experience.
Luxury fashion label Burberry has teamed with technology giant Tencent to launch its first social retail store in Shenzhen, China.
Not even a deadly pandemic is slowing Yum China’s rapid expansion programme, with the company on track to open 850 stores this year.
Shanghainese women purchasing luxury goods in the post-Covid-19 era are making conscious choices in consumption – with a tendency towards revenge shopping amongst younger buyers.
China proved a standout market in every product category for luxury-goods retail group LVMH in the first half year.
Malaysian department-store operator Parkson is to quit operating full-scale stores in Vietnam after years of losses.
Direct-to-consumer (DTC) retail models are coming to light as a dependable strategy following on from the coronavirus era, according to new research by GlobalData.
Montblanc has launched a flagship boutique and a pop-up store in Shanghai, China.
Brooks Brothers has received a bid backed by Authentic Brands Group and mall owner Simon Property to buy the bankrupt clothing chain.