Tmall, Shanghai Fashion Week in New Retail Tie-Up

Tmall has partnered with Shanghai Fashion Week to help one of the industry’s most influential events in China up its digital game. Per the agreement, the Alibaba Group-owned B2C shopping site will bring New Retail technology to Shanghai Fashion Week, enhancing the attendee experience and delivering valuable consumer insights to organizers, buyers and designers over … More Tmall, Shanghai Fashion Week in New Retail Tie-Up

Fashion subscription service Le Tote ventures into China’s competitive luxury retail market

China has already been one of the fastest-growing luxury retail markets in the world for years. As their spending power increases, consumers are becoming pickier, demanding premium brands at better prices, with better service. Now Le Tote, the fashion rental service backed by Andreessen Horowitz, GV and other investors, is preparing to enter the fray. … More Fashion subscription service Le Tote ventures into China’s competitive luxury retail market

LVMH CEO still doesn’t trust that online retail won’t damage luxury brands

LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault is still concerned that a heavy presence online will damage the reputations of the luxury brands in the group’s portfolio, and that’s shaping how the conglomerate’s digital strategy plays out globally. “We plan to continue investing in digital technology in 2018, but we need to be prudent there, so as not … More LVMH CEO still doesn’t trust that online retail won’t damage luxury brands

JD.com Partners with “China’s Pinterest” on New WeChat Sales Venture

Chinese e-commerce platform JD.com will collaborate with Meili on a new fashion e-tail venture, which will reportedly be run as a WeChat mini-program. The venture is set to make its debut after Chinese New Year. Meili (美丽联合集团) is a company that formed when social e-commerce site Mogujie (蘑菇街) bought out rival Meilishuo (美丽说) in 2016. … More JD.com Partners with “China’s Pinterest” on New WeChat Sales Venture

‘See Now Buy Now’ Meets Singles’ Day Frenzy in China

‘See now, buy now’ has no doubt been one of the hottest trends in fashion over the past two years. It all started in September 2016, when the UK luxury brand Burberry defied the tradition of a six-month-cycle fashion show schedule, by debuting a “seasonless” collection at its first-ever ‘see now, buy now’ fashion show. … More ‘See Now Buy Now’ Meets Singles’ Day Frenzy in China