High-End Malls in Top Cities Are Where the Chinese Go to Buy Luxury, Offline

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Luxury brands should expand their store networks in China’s first-tier cities such as Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen because shopping malls there are where the country’s wealthy people really go to spend money on luxury goods. The Chinese site Fashion Note compared … Read More

China Leads Global Recovery of the Luxury Watch Market, After Years of Decline

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Before the anti-corruption campaign, high-end timepieces were one of the most sought-after luxury items by rich (and corrupt) Chinese government officials looking to flaunt their power. The campaign, initiated in 2014, largely curbed that demand, causing the whole market to … Read More

The growing potential of luxury travel retail

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As Deloitte’s latest Global Powers of Luxury report found, the world’s 100 largest luxury goods companies generated only $212 billion in 2015, down 4.5 percent year-over-year. Half of these luxury purchases, however, are made by travelers, a number that rises to 60 … Read More

Alibaba Unveils Exclusive Luxury Pavilion Courting Super-Wealthy Chinese Shoppers

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Calling All Super-Wealthy Tmall Customers Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group today launched the Luxury Pavilion, a brand new section within its business-to-consumer site Tmall for premium and luxury brands. The initiative is part of a broader bid, according to Alibaba’s news … Read More

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