China’s apparel manufacturing sector is leading the sustainability push in the country.
Luxury sales in China experienced 20 percent growth for the second year, but some brands stumbled while other brands soared.
As the local market slows, China’s apparel sector is buoyed by increasing Gen Z spending, extraordinary e-commerce sales, and new technology.
Knitters, weavers, knitwear and yarn producers met domestic and international buyers at the 33rd session of SpinExpo Shanghai.
Heads of top beauty and FMCG brands discussed the consumption upgrade in the country and new retail opportunities at the Tmall Beauty Summit 2019.
Dunhill CEO Andrew Maag talks the brand’s global “trans-creation” digital strategy as the “foggy blue” Chiltern drawstring backpack is launched in China to coincide with the male-focused romantic festival.
As China’s Gen Zers are getting online, they are shunning the social media platforms of their parents’ generation.
The rise of effeminate men in China is fueling the beauty industry in the country.
Leading Chinese fashion influencer Anny Fan is temporarily moving to the States to learn more about creating innovative digital content and to crack the international market.
A powerful government, eco-conscious European clients and shifting local priorities are fueling greener manufacturing, experts say.