Weeks after a controversial meeting with President Donald Trump, LVMH executives, along with their Kering counterparts, are rubbing shoulders with China’s business and political elite including President Xi Jinping. How long can they maintain their delicate balancing act?
With brands seemingly unable to avoid outrage in the face of rising nationalism in the world’s largest luxury market, hiring chief diversity officers may not be enough.
Imran Amed sits down with LVMH's group president of Greater China at BoF's China Summit to discuss how fashion entrepreneurs can better understand the Chinese consumer.
Shanghai Fashion Week exposed a subtle but unshakable aesthetic gap between local designers and global fashion brands, suggesting that the latter need to do better range planning to satiate demand in China. Read China Decoded to make sense of the market.
BoF’s Imran Amed sat down with LVMH Greater China group president Andrew Wu at the BoF China Summit to demystify the multi-faceted Chinese consumer.
Founders and executives from LVMH, Moda Operandi, Xiaohongshu, and Clot were among those who took to the stage during Shanghai Fashion Week.
At next month’s gathering of Chinese and global industry leaders, founders, rule-breakers and pioneers will take centre stage.
BEIJING, China — For the past few years, all eyes have been on China. Captivated by the country's rapidly expanding economy, large population and