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Spanish fashion label Desigual set for India launch

Spanish fashion label Desigual is set to launch in India, in partnership with local retail group Tablez.

Desigual Japan expands as locals embrace edgy label

Desigual Japan has opened its third store as it targets further growth in the country.

Desigual partners with Zalora in Singapore

Spanish fashion brand Desigual has partnered with Zalora in Singapore to co-host a VIP event and present the label’s Fall Winter 2019 collection in Singapore.

Lulu Group’s Tablez plans 150 stores by the end of 2020

Lulu Group’s retail arm Tablez is moving to invest US$75 million into the Indian market with the aim of opening more than 150 stores by the end of next year.

OnTheList opens Kowloon pop-up store

Hong Kong flash sale pioneer OnTheList has opened a second store, this one a pop-up in Kowloon.

Desigual Singapore unveils new store on Orchard Road

Desigual Singapore reopens its Orchard Road store today, introducing the fashion brand’s new design concept with its customer-oriented shopping experience.

Desigual Singapore unveils new store on Orchard Road

Desigual Singapore reopens its Orchard Road store today, introducing the fashion brand’s new design concept with its customer-oriented shopping experience.

VivoCity fashion focus for April

This April, a special VivoCity fashion focus puts together a trio of initiatives to allow shoppers a chance to channel their inner fashionistas and showcase their fashion creations.

Cool Kids Fashion Shanghai opens

Cool Kids Fashion Shanghai – China’s biggest trade event for kids’ fashion – has opened to kids fashion industry players.

Bauhaus in sales slide

Streetwear retailer Bauhaus says sales fell 17 per cent in Taiwan in the latest quarter and nine per cent in Hong Kong.

Nuance opens Desigual Mumbai Airport store

Hong Kong-headquartered duty free operator Nuance has opened a Desigual Mumbai Airport store.

Alibaba’s greatest day

Chinese online group Alibaba has smashed last year’s Single’s Day record – but by falling short of analyst expectations, it unfairly seemed a little underwhelming. Alibaba says total sales for China’s biggest annual online trading day, November 11, reached US$9.3 billion – a little short of the overly optimistic analyst predictions it would break through the $10 billion barrier. But such observations unreasonably overshadow what was still an incredible achievement given last year’s…