Chief executive officer Eraldo Poletto described the year 2017 as one of transition.
An iconic Hong Kong name gets a revamp.
The Hong Kong firm produces for many globally recognized brands including Fast Retailing, H&M, L Brands, Abercrombie & Fitch and Gap.
Its core department store business turnover dipped 2.5 percent year-over-year.
As Chinese President Xi visits the city, pro-democracy demonstrations are planned.
Artisan jewelry brand opens second outpost on the Pearl River Delta of China.
The Fendi for TaeYang collection will debut concurrently to the reopening of the label’s men’s flagship at Landmark shopping mall in Hong Kong.
The $2.6 billion project from New World Development is a game-changing complex situated on the Kowloon waterfront.
After coffee shops and restaurants, specialty apparel and midrange fashion retailers were the key categories for new retail entrants.
The trend is exhibited by the fact that yoga brand Pure is moving into half of Burberry’s space in Pacific Place mall.