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Multi-brand boutique Project X launches

Project X, a multi-brand boutique that caters to young creatives, has launched at Plaza Indonesia in Jakarta.

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Tight market hits Watches & Wonders

The Watches & Wonders exhibition in Hong Kong may be cut back to every two years in the face of slipping luxury sales.


Tag Heuer teams with JD.com

Swiss watch brand Tag Heuer will open its first China online store on JD.com’s Marketplace platform.

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Studio City retail tenants revealed

Taubman Asia, managing the Macau Studio City retail component, has named the tenants already signed up.

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Tag Heuer Hong Kong to close store

Tag Heuer Hong Kong will close one of its store, citing high rents and falling sales.

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Korea luxury sales surge

Korea luxury sales soared in the first quarter of 2015 partly due to recent price cuts by major luxury brands.


Hengdeli shifts focus to mid market

Chinese watch retailer and wholesaler Hengdeli Holdings is to expand into the mid market as it mainland China business grows.

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Tag Heuer opens in Malaysian capital

Tag Heuer has opened its sixth boutique in Malaysia, its 171st store globally.

The new boutique is located on the ground floor of the Alamanda Shopping Centre in Putrajaya, which is repositioning itself as a home to more upmarket international brands.

The 49 sqm store offers the full range of Tag Heuer products, including high-end chronographs from the Carrera, Link, Automatic, AquaRacer and Formula 1 collections, as well as lifestyle accessories such as wallets, cufflinks and rings.


Tag Heuer to treble India network

Swiss watch maker Tag Heuer plans to triple its stores in India by next year from current five.

The watch maker, owned by LVMH, expects India to become one of its biggest markets in sales terms in four to five years as consumers’ disposable income increases.

Despite an erosion of luxury goods sales growth in India, the company remains more upbeat about its prospects there than in some mature and developed markets, said Franck Dardenne, GM of LVMH’s watch and jewellery division.

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