L'Occitane Archives - Inside Retail Asia
Hong Kong-listed beauty-products retailer L’Occitane is reaping the benefits of a restructure with profit up 21.8 per cent last financial year to €117.6 million.
Cosmetics retailer L’Occitane is to buy privately owned beauty and skincare brand Elemis.
Hong Kong-listed beauty products retailer L’Occitane may be taken private after at least one expression of interest in the business from a private equity investor.
Same-store L’Occitane sales in Hong Kong rose 18.6 per cent on a currency-neutral basis in the six months to September 30.
Beauty products retailer L’Occitane has opened a New York flagship on Fifth Avenue which it describes as “a unique immersive destination”.
L’Occitane sales rose to HK$2.7 billion (US$344 million) over the last three months.
China and Hong Kong were among the key contributing markets to overall growth in L’Occitane sales for its year to the end of March.
L’Occitane plans to open a pop-up cafe, named A Journey in Every Sense, at Ion Orchard between July 3 and 16.
China continued to outperform for L’Occitane International during its latest fiscal year.
China and Hong Kong had the highest sales growth in local currencies for L’Occitane International for its latest nine months.
A new L’Occitane flagship concept store has been unveiled in Canada, with London and Paris next.
A “steady if cautious” Hong Kong retail recovery is clearly underway, according to a report from Savills released today.