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Fresh from a circuit of Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong, Imran Amed shares his first-hand observations on China’s fast-changing fashion market.
HONG KONG, China — Once a retailer catering to colonial elites in British-governed Hong Kong, Lane Crawford has grown into a market-leading department store group with additional stores in Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu and online, known for setting global luxury industry standards with its bold product assortment, store concepts, visual merchandising and omni-channel “connected commerce” strategy. Often acting as a conduit