Armani Group is cooperating with Macau Rainbow Group in the opening of a new Giorgio Armani store in Chengdu, Sichuan.
American watch discount store Ashford recently reached a deal with Chinese express delivery service provider SF Express to provide Hong Kong transport service to Chinese mainland customers with a delivery period of seven to ten…
Swiss luxury group Richemont and the Chinese jewelry chain Chow Tai Fook have reportedly reached an agreement to establish a joint venture for the sale of high-end watches in mainland China.
Swiss watch manufacturer MB&F launched a new watch specialty store in Beijing's Yintai Centre in mid-October and will hold the opening ceremony and start formal operation this week.
Brand Off, the Japanese retailer known for the selling of second-hand branded products, has opened two new outlets in Shanghai's Nanjing West Road and Nanjing East Road, respectively.
With an investment of CNY350 million, the Hong Kong-listed Chinese watch and timepiece retail group Xinyu Hengdeli Holdings Limited has opened its first luxury watch flagship store in Taiwan.
French jewelry retailer Van Cleef & Arpels has announced that the company plans to make China one of its major markets and it will double the number of its retail stores in China in 2010.
Data released by Macau Statistics and Census Bureau shows that Macau's retail sales reached MOP22.11 billion in 2009, an increase of 16% over those of 2008.
Hong Kong-listed luxury watch retailer Xinyu Hengdeli has announced plans to open at least 30 new stores in Greater China in 2010.
Swiss-based watch giant Swatch Group has announced plans to open about 15 retail stores in Hong Kong in 2009, showing the group's confidence in China's luxury market regardless of the current economic slowdown.