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UK fashion house Ted Baker has slumped into the red in the first half of the year, its position not helped by a 15.2-per-cent fall in sales in Asia.
The cosmetics industry is paying close attention to a surge in interest in male makeup – being driven by generation Z.
Californian fast-fashion retailer Forever 21 is reportedly preparing to file for bankruptcy protection after failing to reach a deal to refinance its heavy debt load.
Estee Lauder Asia sales soared 25 per cent in the year to June, with China, Hong Kong and the emerging markets in Southeast Asia the main performers.
Korean beauty solution company 1004Laboratory has launched its brand Artois into Asia.
While South Korean retail companies are competing over speed in the delivery market, the crowdfunding market is rising as the new form of consumer activity in the country.
“Economic headwinds” in the latest quarter have brought an end to the stellar run of Samsonite sales growth.
Hong Kong-listed sportswear giant Xtep International has bought the K-Swiss, Palladium and Supra brands from South Korea’s E-Land.
Honestbee CEO and cofounder Joel Sng has stepped away from the business, clearing the way for a fresh round of investment.
Hong Kong casual apparel brand Giordano International has reported a small increase in sales for last year – and a small dip in profit.
Men wearing make-up – once a practice unique to TV stars and celebrities – is becoming a part of popular culture in South Korea.
Hong Kong, Tokyo, Seoul and Singapore are among the hottest shopping destinations for Chinese tourists last year, according to Ctrip.