Travel Retail News - Inside Retail Singapore
Sa Sa International sales slipped 2.2 per cent in the latest quarter, with same-store sales in Hong Kong and Macau down 3.7 per cent.
Luxury travel retailer DFS Group is introducing global luxury brand Moncler at Changi Airport Terminal 1.
Travellers can personalise Moet & Chandon bottles at a Changi Airport pop up until January 6.
Key Changi Airport duty-free liquor and beauty concessions held by DFS and Shilla Travel have been extended for two years.
DFS Group has kicked off its annual gifting campaign at T Galleria by DFS in Okinawa.
New data from Bain & Company shows global luxury goods sales will struggle to maintain growth.
Rapid Tumi expansion is powering solid sales growth for Hong Kong-listed luggage specialist Samsonite International.
Singapore’s Hello Kitty cafe at Changi Airport’s Terminal 3 will close on February 8.
Lagardere Travel Retail plans to open 150 Dean & Deluca airport stores over the next five years after partnering with the gourmet food chain’s parent.
Last year was a strong one for outbound tourism by Mainland Chinese travellers, the world’s leading outbound market.
Joy By Dior at Changi Airport features exclusive Parfums Christian Dior fragrances.
Korean duty free retailer Shilla will be celebrating its fourth anniversary in Changi Airport in October.