Sponsors, from luxury jeweller Tiffany & Co. to local sportswear giant Anta, have seen major spikes in searches for products worn by superstar skier at the Beijing Winter Olympics.
A US congressional commission on Tuesday called on American basketball stars to end endorsements of Chinese sportswear firms that use cotton grown
In sportswear, only Nike and Adidas have a higher market cap than Chinese giant Anta. Having surpassed other international rivals in China, the ambitious group now aims to go global.
This year’s biggest winners may have been China’s uber-wealthy business leaders, who amassed an astonishing amount of wealth despite the global pandemic. Many of them have fashion to thank for part of their fortunes.
Global giants like Zara, H&M and Nike are experimenting with virtual vouchers to get people spending again in China. Should other brands follow suit to avoid the potentially harmful practice of deep discounting?
Crisis management and contingency planning should be top of the agenda, as the coronavirus' ripple effect continues to impact people and businesses around the world.
Two of three new entrants to an exclusive club of 20 high performing fashion companies are Chinese, according to the 2020 edition of The State of Fashion report released today by BoF and McKinsey. How did Anta and HLA do it?
Anta’s global ambitions come at a tricky time, as an intensifying tit-for-tat tariff war is making it more expensive to manufacture in China
Menswear and sportswear brands are investing money abroad, but there's no short cut to building premium brands.
Foreign and homegrown players alike are gunning for a slice of China’s multi-billion-dollar sneaker market.
In this month's China Edit, how homegrown Anta is chasing Nike and Adidas, why retailers from Zara to 10 Corso Como are closing stores, and more.
HONG KONG, China — China's home-grown sportswear industry is finally showing signs of recovery after nearly two years of massive oversupply, and