From Wednesday onwards, customers at Vera Wang’s Shanghai store will no longer have to stump up a 3,000 yuan non-refundable deposit to try on wedding gowns.
Vera Wang is known as the ‘Queen of Bridal’, and her lavish gowns are regally priced, with dresses in her Chinese boutique starting at 30,000 yuan ($4,815).
A $3 tag sale buy has turned into a massive windfall for the lucky bargain hunter: the Chinese bowl sold for $2.23 million at an auction at Sotheby’s on Tuesday.
China’s Spring Airlines Co., the nation’s biggest privately-owned carrier, is planning to start selling cars onboard its aircraft, Bloomberg reports.
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China’s first luxury liner, the Henna, was inaugurated on January 26 at the Sanya Phoenix Island international port.
British luxury brand Burberry has released a new video (below) wishing fans Happy New Year in Chinese alongside a line of special red products.