Luxury Fashion Brands Start to Sell on China’s WeChat Messaging App

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HONG KONG –  China’s Tencent Holdings Ltd. is using its vast social-media network to attract luxury-fashion brands to its WeChat app, potentially opening a new frontier in online retail. France’s Longchamp and the U.K.’s Burberry Group PLC have begun selling … Read More

America’s iconic brand Brooks Brothers forays on Tata CLiQ

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Tata CLiQ Luxury, the Tata group’s multi-brand luxury e-commerce platform has announced the addition of America’s iconic clothing brand Brooks Brothers to its brand portfolio. Tata CLiQ Luxury will host more than 500 curated styles from Brooks Brothers Main Line … Read More

EBay gives legitimacy to secondhand luxury with new program

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Online auctioneer and marketplace eBay is easing consumers’ worries when buying luxury goods through its platform with an upcoming authentication program. While many luxury products are available for purchase through eBay, many consumers are wary regarding the authenticity of the … Read More

@ReSellLuxury is a new electronic marketplace for the booming luxury resale category

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TheTopTier Digital Media (TTTDM) announces launch of @ReSellLuxury, a new electronic marketplace for individuals and businesses to list their luxury goods and assets for resale in a safe and authentic environment. January 2 / 2017 TORONTO – TTTDM extends its … Read More

Online retailer TrustLuxe sets sights firmly on Chinese luxury consumers

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Fashion entrepreneur Carmen Busquets, who co-founded British luxury e-commerce site Net-a-Porter and worked with designers John Galliano and Alexander McQueen, has set her sights firmly on China. Teaming up with long-time friend and Spanish businessman Ricardo Ferrer, Busquets co-founded TrustLuxe, … Read More

Net-A-Porter and Mr Porter are 2016 Luxury Retailer of the Year

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Online retailers Net-A-Porter and Mr Porter are Luxury Daily’s 2016 Luxury Retailer of the Year for their introduction of traditionally ecommerce-averse brands to an online audience. Net-A-Porter and its brother site Mr Porter placed ahead of first runner’s-up Nordstrom and second runner’s-up … Read More

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