Luxury Daily’s Luxury Women to Watch 2017 list honors smart women executives who are set to make a difference in the luxury business, particularly in marketing, retail, media and digital in 2017. As with their predecessors in years past, this roster of honorees shares the same qualities: dedication to craft,
“People still come to buy,” but they want “more affordable items.” To ring in the Chinese New Year, Cathy Zhang is opening her wallet. A white-collar worker from eastern China’s Jiangsu province, the 33-year-old traveled to Hong Kong before the holiday. On a recent weekday afternoon, she navigated the crowds,
Affluent Asian consumers are becoming more health conscious and brands are stepping up to meet their needs. After a tumultuous 2016 filled with unexpected twists and turns across global economics and politics which impacted the luxury market, 2017 is finally here. A new year brings new challenges and new opportunities.
File photo of a luxury retail store in a shopping mall along Orchard Road in Singapore. (Photo: AFP/Roslan Rahman) SINGAPORE: When it comes to making luxury purchases, Singaporeans are no longer drawn as much to the prestige and status that come with high-end brands. Instead, product performance and aesthetics are