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PVH Corp is to buy back the Tommy Hilfiger licence in Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Malaysia and Taiwan.
Two Chinese internet giants are reportedly evaluating separate bids for a stake in global retailer AS Watson.
Italian leather goods brand Furla surpassed the €500 million turnover threshold last year, as the Asia-Pacific market continued to drive growth.
L’Oreal’s AI and AR firm ModiFace and AS Watson Group have launched a virtual makeup try-on service.
Lazada is boosting its cross-border operations for international brands and merchants to after its cross-border sales quadrupled over the last three years.
Hong Kong casual apparel brand Giordano International has reported a small increase in sales for last year – and a small dip in profit.
Dairy Farm Group has warned shareholders that its restructure will take five years to complete.
Anta Sports Products is planning more stores after another record profit.
Fashion retailer Esprit shuttered 91 stores in the six months to December and recorded a loss of HK$1.773 billion.
Japanese apparel retailer Uniqlo and JW Anderson, the globally influential London-based fashion brand have collaborated on a new collection.
Hong Kong, Tokyo, Seoul and Singapore are among the hottest shopping destinations for Chinese tourists last year, according to Ctrip.
H&M has unveiled a collaboration with Paris-based artist Nathalie Lete on a children’s clothing and accessories capsule collection.