A shift in beauty standards, increase in sports participation and desire for fashionable athletic attire drives a new generation of Chinese women.
The limited-edition collection of ready-to-wear, jewelry and lifestyle products was launched alongside an exhibition of Chen Man’s photographs and paintings at Shang Xia’s Shanghai maison.
China’s largest e-commerce player is making moves into the country’s booming online luxury space.
Luxury items on the department store’s Chinese site were mistakenly listed at dramatically discounted prices.
The designer wants access to a different kind of consumer the e-commerce platform is already synced into.
The Hermes-backed Chinese lifestyle brand is gearing up to launch a store on Tmall in March, the latest sign that the luxury goods industry’s contentious relationship with Alibaba is starting to improve.
Though little is known about the specific contents of the draft legislation, it is expected to improve efficiency in customs clearance for cross-border online shopping and set up dispute settlement mechanisms.
The state-backed advocacy group claims that up to 17 percent of promotions on major e-commerce platforms over the Singles’ Day sales period were misleading in terms of discount and price information.
The China-based e-tailer, with U.S. headquarters in Los Angeles, has been aggressively trying to pitch its platform to brands interested in selling to Chinese consumers and continues with brick-and-mortar expansion.
As of Tuesday, more than 2,000 units of the museum-inspired runway looks had been sold via Taobao.
The suspension of Alibaba follows the reported departure of three luxury brands and a threat from other IACC members to pull out.
The e-commerce platform’s hire comes as the company is set to open 30 stores by year’s end.
The company aims to be the partner of labels wanting to tap the Chinese market online — and soon bricks-and-mortar — but lacking the infrastructure or resources to do so on their own.