Fashion Tag

With improvement in IT technology and infrastructure, China’s economy is integrating very deeply into the world economy and contributing to any brand that wants to do business in China.Read More
Some luxury brands have approached the trend towards e-commerce with a degree of trepidation, but ultimately it seems no one can resist succumbing to the allure of online retail.Read More
China’s Tencent Holdings is using its vast social-media network to attract luxury-fashion brands to its WeChat app, potentially opening a new frontier in online retail.Read More
One campaign promise Donald Trump appears ready to follow through on for now is his vow to impose tariffs on goods imported from China. Among the companies hardest-hit could be US brands.Read More
As Chinese online shoppers show a growing interest in ordering from abroad, both JD.com and its competitor Alibaba have allowed foreign brands to ship to China through their special logistics setup. Read More
Luxury fashion brands are turning their focus to children in China, looking to cash in on China’s little emperors and empresses with a range of glitzy outfits.Read More
Not long ago, brands that wanted a presence in China had to be active on Weibo. But now, WeChat - the country's most popular messaging service...Read More
The relative value of the Chinese and European currencies has seen shoppers flock West to get the most when flashing the cash for fashion: but it is a growing headache for Chinese brands.Read More
China is currently showcasing the collections of its next Guo Pei’s at Graduate Fashion Week in Beijing, and there’s one trend that’s more conspicuous than even the furriest flatforms. Read More
The world’s largest fashion markets of China and the US both lead in terms of online consumption. China has scaled the rankings, leapfrogging from the 19th largest online market in 2008 to second in 2013. Read More