Hiroshi Onishi, former ceo and president of department store company Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Ltd. on how the country could develop its own luxury brands.
Andrew Wu, LVMH Greater China Group President, on the immense potential China still offers.
Caroline Scheufele spoke about the brand’s decision to use 100 percent responsibly sourced gold at WWD’s Global Fashion and Beauty Forum in Xi’an.
The creative director and founder of WuYong, Ma Ke says she does not follow fashion trends, and urged executives to focus on meaning.
Marking its sixth anniversary in Shanghai, Neiwai revealed plans to target the North American, South East Asian and European markets soon.
The luxury brand is showcasing work from the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain’s collection, as well as additional work from rising Chinese artists, at the Power Station of Art in Shanghai.
Firms at SpinExpo Shanghai said ath-leisure is continuing to influence demand for yarns blending fashion and function.
EPO Fashion Group is moving to fill the gap between high fashion and fast fashion in the market.
The weeklong exhibition in Shanghai comes amid spectacular growth for the luxury market in China and will culminate with a dedicated public day on Saturday.
New China luxury report highlights shift toward direct brand-operated e-commerce, females and young consumers.
The event management process is unique in China, but Alibaba’s recent celebrity-filled Singles’ Day gala shows it can be done.
Vlada Dzyuba, from Russia, had been working in the country represented by Esee Modeling Management for two months.