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YNAP pins hopes on expansion

With expansion plans including Asia, fashion e-tailer Yoox Net-A-Porter (YNAP) aims to double sales by 2020.

Difficult quarter for China’s Wangfujing

Chinese department store retailer Wangfujing has reported a challenging first quarter.

Versatile spaces broaden Hong Kong F&B scene

Versatile spaces offering attractions additional to food and drink are broadening the Hong Kong F&B scene, according to the HKTDC.

Global duty-free retailing to hit US$98 billion

Global duty-free retailing is expected to reach nearly US$98 billion in revenue by 2019, according to a new study by global technology research and advisory company Technavio.

Global duty-free retailing to hit US$98 billion

Global duty-free retailing is expected to reach nearly US$98 billion in revenue by 2019, according to a new study by global technology research and advisory company Technavio.

Global duty-free retailing to hit US$98 billion

Global duty-free retailing is expected to reach nearly US$98 billion in revenue by 2019, according to a new study by global technology research and advisory company Technavio.

Sports fashion demand drives Stella sales

Shoe marketer Stella International has reported increased sales in the second quarter on the back of growing demand for sports fashion footwear.

Sports fashion demand drives Stella sales

Shoe marketer Stella International has reported increased sales in the second quarter on the back of growing demand for sports fashion footwear.

Chain of China outlet malls planned

Italian mall developer RDM Group has another five outlet malls under development in China to follow the latest which opened in Shanghai at the weekend. The outlet malls, branded Florentia Village, will be rolled out over the next two years as the company aims to cash in on the growing purchasing power of Chinese consumers.   The company’s second outlet opened behind schedule located between Pudong International Airport and Shanghai Disneyland. It comprises two phases covering a t…

Watch concept set for Asia rollout

A new Watch Station retail store concept unveiled in Macau is about to be rolled out across Asia. The Watch Station is owned by Fossil Group and stocks a range of high-end watch brands including Armani, Michael Kors, Adidas, and Marc Jacobs. Hong Kong-based StartJG won four awards for the concept store at the recent Transform Awards for Asia, including a Gold Award for Best Creative Strategy and a silver for the Best Brand Experience. StartJG transformed the Watch Station Internatio…

Armani changes India partner

Giorgio Armani ends partnership with DLF Brands.

Armani takes homewares to India

Giorgio Armani’s high-end homeware and furnishings to land in India in the next year.