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Accessories

Swarovski Links With Indian Designers for Jewelry Collection

The collection is made up of 80 styles, and is expected to be followed by a second line of 80 pieces.

– 24m

A leather bag from Mischa

Fashion

Hong Kong’s Mischa Launches Leather Bags

Made from Nappa leather and featuring contrast color details, there is a tote that sells for $499 and a cross-body camera bag style that sells for $305.

– 7h

Fashion

Martha Stewart Living to Enter South Korea in 2017

The initial line will be bedding and bath in the spring; other categories will follow in the fall.

– 10h

Guo Pei

Eye

Guo Pei Talks About Career, Apple and New Film — Shows Rihanna’s Met Gown

Guo Pei plans to handle costume design for her first feature film next year and she aims to open a New York store down the road.

– 16h

Business

Luxury Goods: Growth, But No Major Boom Seen

Growth at 23 listed companies is forecast to be about 6.6 percent a year during the 2015 to 2018 period.

– 19h

Business

ILO-IFC Better Work Programs Get Good Grades in Study

The study, commissioned by the ILO and the IFC, draws on assessment surveys of 15,000 garment workers and 2,000 factory managers.

– 22h

Business

Australia’s Premier Investments Records Record Profit

The company broke the billion Australian dollar sales mark for the first time.

– September 22, 2016

Business

Inditex Pushes Expansion Despite Second-Half Slowdown

Spanish giant said U.S., China brimming with opportunity.

– September 21, 2016

Products from Shiseido's Playlist brand

Beauty

Shiseido Launches New Makeup Artist-Themed Brand

Playlist, which will be sold online through various platforms, targets digitally savvy young women in their late 20s and 30s.

– September 21, 2016

Martha Stewart

Retail

Martha Stewart Has Sights Set on China Via Alibaba

The lifestyle doyenne revealed that she wants to get started ‘asap.’

– September 20, 2016

Shanghai Tang

Fashion

Shanghai Tang Launches Sustainable Capsule Collection

Kévin Germanier, who won a design competition sponsored by Hong Kong-based sustainability NGO Redress, designed the pieces using upcycled luxury fabrics.

– September 20, 2016

An Esprit store

Business

Esprit Swings Back to Profitability

The Hong Kong-based clothing retailer, which has been restructuring its business and attempting to upgrade its image, posted a full-year net profit. The company said it benefitted from cost-cutting and a positive tax balance.

– September 20, 2016