They are admired by millions of young fans for their looks, style and seeming authenticity, but behind the scenes, many of China’s digital influencers are the product of opaque incubators.
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A series of strategic shifts in the boardrooms and back rooms of the world’s biggest luxury groups — LVMH, Kering and Richemont — has been underway in recent months.
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For its second collaboration with Munich-based e-tailer MyTheresa.com, Prada has revisited some of its most recognisable prints.
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Makeup has no gender. That’s according to Jessica Blacker, the British founder of rising unisex makeup startup Jecca.
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How the giant watch group is dealing with e-commerce, the grey market, a wholesale watch slump, the pre-owned watch boom, and more.
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