A move toward experiences and an extension into second-tier cities is revitalizing the mall landscape.
The event has already built an exciting design community and business infrastructure — the next step is to define what sets Shanghai apart from other fashion hubs.
China’s “consumer upgrade” is driving spending on designer fashion from local and international brands.
Bigger isn’t always better, but the Intertextile Shanghai trade show is growing bigger as its customer base demands better-quality product.
Innovation, influencers and growth sectors were all on the agenda as Tmall toasted award winners and released new research on China’s e-commerce beauty consumers.
Revenue for the quarter was up 56 percent year-over-year.
Millennial Chinese consumers are willing, and able, to buy an increasing amount of luxury products online.
The third annual Luxury Society Keynote covered Millennials, artificial intelligence and advertising on WeChat.