Luxury watchmaker IWC Schaffhausen has unveiled a new flagship boutique in the Chinese capital.
A large parade of Ferrari cars and an even larger gathering of Ferrari fans in the city of Guangzhou marked the 20th anniversary of the brand in China.
Marni has opened three new shops in China – a flagship store in Shenyang as well as new boutiques in Shanghai’s REEL shopping centre and Nanjing’s Deji Plaza.
China has approved a joint venture which will see Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) make and sell luxury cars in China in partnership with domestic company Chery Automobile.
Patek Philippe has opened its second store in China, a 13,000-square-foot retail outlet and parlor in Shanghai in the former residence of the British consulate.
Shang Xia, meaning “up” and “down”, recently opened a second store in China, with a boutique in Beijing’s China World Mall.
Luxury watch brand MB&F has opened its first boutique in Beijing through a collaboration with local retail partners Ray Union and Europe Watch Co.
French luxury maison Hermès has opened an exclusive store dedicated to its watch collections in Beijing, China.
The apple store, on the major shopping street of Wangfujing in the heart of the capital, covers an area of 2,300 square metres (24,750 square feet).
French luxury handbag maker Longchamp is eyeing a huge expansion in China despite the country’s economic slowdown.
Located just outside Beijing, the mega airport will have capacity for 130 million passengers per year, 23 million more than JFK and London Heathrow combined.
Overlooking Huangxing Park in Yangpu district, the 188-room WH Ming Hotel Shanghai is expected to officially open by the end of 2012
The boss of Zadig & Voltaire has apologised for saying that Chinese tourists would not be welcome at an exclusive new hotel planned by the company in Paris.
China has displaced Britain as the world’s biggest importer of armagnac following a spectacular surge in sales of the upmarket brandy produced in France.
Cartier has unveiled two new Rotonde de Cartier limited-edition watches, available to the Hong Kong market only.
A string of corruption scandals that pushed Beijing to crack down on bling and promote a “frugal working style” could spell bad news for the the luxe industry.
Mooncakes made of gold and silver are selling like hot cakes in China as gifts during the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Singapore-based luxury resort chain Banyan Tree will develop its first luxury residential property in China, in Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province.
Mooncakes are synonymous with the Mid-Autumn Festival, originally a harvest festival celebrated annually by the ethnic Chinese across Asia.
The Four Seasons hotel brand continues its expansion in China with the opening of its first property in Beijing. The opening is scheduled for September 28.