A decade ago, French lovers of high-end fashion would not have dreamed of buying a pre-owned luxury fashion accessory.
China may start levying taxes on an increasing number of luxury goods as part of the country’s efforts to push forward economic reform.
Currently the web’s largest store, online retailer Amazon could be on course to become the latest destination to shop luxury fashion.
Chinese shoppers are increasingly buying luxury goods in mainland China, turning away from high-end stores abroad and in Hong Kong.
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.
French luxury brands launch a campaign with several European countries to fight back against the increasingly lucrative flood of counterfeit goods.