BoF’s annual round-up of the forces that reshaped the world’s biggest fashion market over the last 12 months.
Some of China’s most high-profile billionaire tech barons have seen their fortunes fade in 2021, but new business models and market trends have driven vast wealth creation for others.
Sportswear manufacturing group Xstep International will receive a HKD $1 billion ($129.4 million) capital infusion from private equity firm Hillhouse
The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has dropped Chinese sportswear maker Li Ning as its official kit partner citing public sentiment in the country,
A US congressional commission on Tuesday called on American basketball stars to end endorsements of Chinese sportswear firms that use cotton grown
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.
How can the recent performance of giants like Hermès, LVMH, Kering, Li-Ning and L'Oréal help other brands prepare for the next phase of China’s post-pandemic recovery?
As nationalism grows in post-pandemic China, global brands must work hard to compete against popular local players and tread even more carefully in the world’s largest fashion market.
Gucci, Adidas and Uniqlo are all playing it safe this Chinese New Year. Will their cutesy collaborations pay off during one of the biggest moments in the global shopping calendar?
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?
Foreign and homegrown players alike are gunning for a slice of China’s multi-billion-dollar sneaker market.
Despite reforms, trademark protections in China remain feeble for both foreign and domestic fashion brands. Read China Decoded to make sense of the market.