Even after China's borders reopen to international travel, holiday-makers will continue flocking to the luxury resorts on this tropical island renowned for duty-free shopping and golden sand beaches.
Leaders in the slow-to-act fine jewellery industry must look beyond sustainability as risk mitigation and embrace the branding opportunity it presents.
This week, the question was more pressing than ever as a US presidential election, which has dominated the divided country’s cultural conversation this year, approached an end.
Chief Executive Robert Buchbauer plans to shrink the lower-margin mass-market business and focus on more expensive jewellery.
Fashion has become a key battlefield for South Korean tech giants like KakaoTalk, which global brands Chanel and Swarovski are tapping to reach one of Asia’s most influential and digitally advanced consumer groups.
Grounding a creative and strategic education in Made in Italy craftsmanship, the course will focus on design, innovation and sustainability.
The German e-tailer said it saw a 27 percent rise in revenue to €2.03 billion.
As cancel culture evolves, the overused brand apology popular on Instagram and other social media must in turn become more thoughtful through language and action.
This week, Instagram’s top fashion liaison Eva Chen released a playbook for staging digital fashion shows on the platform, signalling the beginning of the end for a one-size-fits-all approach to fashion week.
This week, Swarovski announces its first global creative director, while Holt Renfrew taps Lane Crawford’s deputy president to lead the department store group.
Coronavirus is spreading across the world with signs of recovery in Asia offset by growing pandemonium in Europe and the United States.
Design duo Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos want to rethink the traditional ready-to-wear business model, which has proven unsustainable for many independent fashion brands.