Ford said Tuesday it would bring its Lincoln brand to China in two years, pitching the vehicle to the luxury segment of the world’s largest car market.
A full head mask, also known as a ‘face-kini’, accompanied by a long-sleeve bodysuit, is the latest summer accessory in China.
Hu Bing, He Sui and Hyunyi Lee star in the Shanghai Tang Fall Winter 2012 Ad Campaign that was photographed by Will Davidson.
To celebrate the brand’s 20th anniversary in China, Louis Vuitton has opened its first Maison in Shanghai on July 21.
Singaporean firm WOHA has completed the massive 100,548 square meter ‘intercontinental sanya resort’ on hainan island off the southern coast of China.
DreamWorks plans to build a $3.2 billion theme park in Shanghai, as the US film giant seeks to bolster its presence in the booming Chinese entertainment market.
Ming Xi, Xiao Wen Ju & Wang Xiao photographed by Nick Knight for Lane Crawford Fall/Winter 2012 Campaign.
Chinese shoppers are increasingly buying luxury goods in mainland China, turning away from high-end stores abroad and in Hong Kong.
Here’s IWC Schaffhausen’s entry into the “Year of the Dragon” category: the IWC Portuguese Automatic Edition Dragon Year with a dragon engraving on the rotor.
China works on a 30-billion-yuan ($4.8-billion) tourism project in Lhasa city as it seeks to draw more travellers to the restive Tibet region.
Priceless jewellery belonging to China’s last emperor Puyi and his wife Wanrong on loan from China are on display in Taiwan for the first time.
Shanghai Tang’s menswear designer, Armele Barbier, and Colossi Cycling’s Jan Kole have built a bike that rides tight and looks classic.
It’s been a big week for Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide group, with a celebration of the fact the brand now oversees more than 100 hotels in China.
Tonino Lamborghini and real estate developer Join In Group have teamed up to open the first ever Tonino Lamborghini-branded boutique hotel in Suzhou, China.
Bugatti’s Wei Long 2012 is a one-off edition of the Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport, created especially for China.
To celebrate Martell Cordon Bleu’s one hundredth anniversary, the House of Martell turned to the House of Boucheron to make a one-off piece of the iconic cognac bottle.
The big-selling luxury brands in China are Gucci Kids, Burberry Children, Baby Dior and Armani Junior and the most popular items are clothing and toys.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has announced that it is to manage a luxury hotel that is under development in Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province, China.
A special edition of the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4, named the Gold Edition, has been officially presented to the publicat the Shenzhen Hong Kong Macau International Auto Show.
Chinese consumers will be the leading buyers of luxury goods brands by 2015, snapping up pricy items at home and abroad, according to the Boston Consulting Group.