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Tianwei Zhang

London/China Market Editor

Tianwei Zhang is the London/China Market Editor at WWD. With one foot in Europe and the other in Asia, Zhang covers a wide range of topics from both markets and beyond. He began his career as a freelance fashion writer in China at the age of 17, contributing to the Chinese editions of Vogue, Elle, Harper's Bazaar, GQ, and Modern Weekly. Zhang moved to the U.K. in 2013 and later obtained a master's degree in fashion journalism from London's Central Saint Martins. Prior to joining WWD in February 2019, Zhang launched and managed the China edition of Business of Fashion.

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Made in China’s New Tale

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Alexander McQueen Taps Actress Nazha For China

Her Uyghur heritage makes her the gold standard of modern-day Chinese beauty to many.

Fast-Changing Young Chinese Consumers Are Redefining the Beauty Industry

The latest report by Reuter: Intelligence names five key takeaways rewriting the rules of Chinese beauty…

10 Corso Como to Exit China

Despite China's booming appetite for luxury fashion, stiff competition and poor management has led another…

Louis Vuitton Debuts on China’s Xiaohongshu

The French fashion house and accessory-maker is the first luxury brand to partner with the increasingly…

CITIC Capital Acquires Estée Lauder China E-commerce Operator

UCO Cosmetics, the e-commerce service provider also works with Kose Group, L'Occitane, Clarins and many more.

Jason Wu Deal Brings Designer to Green Harbor

The Hong Kong-based investment firm Green Harbor took control the designer brand from InterLuxe.

China’s Green Harbor Acquires Jason Wu

The Chinese-American designer is aiming to get a slice of the booming Chinese luxury market.

Zhe Shangguan Named Yoho! Boy Editor in Chief

The designer behind Sankuanz wants to bring Chinese creativity and youth culture to the C Ventures-backed…

Forever 21 to Exit China Market

Forever 21 will join the likes of New Look, Topshop and ASOS to lose the battle in China's affordable fashion…

Debenhams Names 22 Stores to Close in 2020

In the first phase of the struggling retailer's restructuring plan, 1,200 jobs could be lost.

EXCLUSIVE: McKinsey Says China to Account for 40 Percent World’s Luxury Spending by 2025

The country's affluent and upper-middle class, many of whom are new to luxury, is an enticing prospect for…

Berluti to Collaborate With Sotheby’s on Online Auction

The French leatherware-maker is celebrating its heritage and savoir-faire with a sale of a collection of…

Forever 21 to Shut Chinese E-commerce Business

Meanwhile, its brick-and-mortar stores in the country are discounting heavily.

Mr. Bags Taps Into Fine Jewelry and Watch Market

The new vertical Mr. Jewelry & Watch aims to duplicate his success with designer handbags in a much higher…