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Bruce Rockowitz Wants Global Brands Group to Be a Fashion Force

In 2014, Li & Fung spun off its branding and licensing business into Global Brands Group, now headed by Bruce…

Chow Tai Fook Holds Jewelry Auction

The event raised 33 million Hong Kong dollars, or $4.26 million.

China Restricts Hong Kong Visits

China's Ministry of Public Security has ruled that Shenzhen permanent residents will be restricted to just…

Asian Brands Expand Role at The Hub

Tough European market adds to focus on brands from China and Korea.

Global Brands Group Profits Rise 25%

For the full year, net profit declined 8.2 percent to $104 million, while revenue rose 5 percent to $3.45…

Chinese Distributors Adapt to Fast-Changing Market

China's slowing economy and austerity measures have been affecting luxury retailers, but it's also hurting…

Li & Fung Profits Fall 12%

Weak spending, higher costs hit bottom line.

Li Ning Losses Widen in 2014

The namesake founder is to return to the helm of the troubled sportswear firm.

Dunhill Seeking Makeover and Expansion

Dunhill derives the majority of its sales from Asia, where it operates about 150 stores, excluding Japan.

Luxury Price Adjustments Likely to Trail Chanel

Few luxury companies are likely to match Chanel's dramatic move to harmonize prices, which involves an…

Li Ning Teaming With Huami Technology for ‘Smart’ Running Shoe

Chinese sportswear company Li Ning has linked with software company Huami Technology to develop "smart"…

Stars Flock to Hong Kong for amfAR, Art Basel

A bevy of celebrities, including Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell, touched down in the city this…

Luxury Brands Suffer This Chinese New Year

New data from Hong Kong show that January sales sank to lows not seen since 2003 as tourist spending fell in…

Chinese Arrivals in Hong Kong Slip Over Chinese New Year

The number of mainland Chinese arrivals over the holiday period stayed basically flat this season, the worst…

China Retailers Bullish as New Year Nears

As the country enters the Year of the Sheep, the outlook for retailers appears anything but sheepish.