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Kenneth Cole India opens its first flagship store

Kenneth Cole India has opened its first flagship store, a 1200sqft space located at Infiniti Mall in Malad, Mumbai.

Furla Hong Kong opens at Peak Galleria

Furla in Hong Kong has opened a new boutique at the Peak Galleria. The 67sqm store takes a prominent position on the first floor of one of Hong Kong’s top tourist destinations, sporting an updated look with Italian marble flooring, timber veneer wall finishes, and furniture in Champagne gold and matte finishes. The …

Alibaba launches Fliggy Buy shopping channel

Alibaba Group’s travel service platform Fliggy has launched a Fliggy Buy service offering overseas merchants a way to target Chinese travellers.

Asia Pacific drives Furla beyond €500 million sales threshold

Italian leather goods brand Furla surpassed the €500 million turnover threshold last year, as the Asia-Pacific market continued to drive growth.

Asia Pacific drives Furla beyond €500 million sales threshold

Italian leather goods brand Furla surpassed the €500 million turnover threshold last year, as the Asia-Pacific market continued to drive growth.

Asia Pacific drives Furla beyond €500 million sales threshold

Italian leather goods brand Furla surpassed the €500 million turnover threshold last year, as the Asia-Pacific market continued to drive growth.

OnTheList marks third anniversary

Flash-sale concept OnTheList chalks up its third anniversary at the end of this month.

JD sales rise as shoppers surpass 300 million mark

JD sales lept 25.1 per cent in the third quarter, to US$215.3 billion.

JD sales rise as shoppers surpass 300 million mark

JD sales lept 25.1 per cent in the third quarter, to US$215.3 billion.

JD sales rise as shoppers surpass 300 million mark

JD sales lept 25.1 per cent in the third quarter, to US$215.3 billion.

Luxury label Furla opens largest Malaysian store

Italian luxury label Furla has launched its largest store in Malaysia.

Furla sales growth slows

Furla sales growth in Asia has slowed during the first half of this year, but is still in strong double digits.