Luxury Society’s selection of news articles that are not to be missed this week.

 

1. SIHH 2020 Will Be Held In April To Synchronize With Baselworld, A Week Later

In 2020, the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie in Geneva (SIHH) will be held from April 26 to 29  in Geneva. 

 

Read this on Forbes.

 

2. What to Expect from Chinese Spending Outside China in 2019

2018 was a year of intense change in cross-border China retail, marked by rapidly evolving consumer trends, as well as enhanced services and solutions to aid and delight global Chinese shoppers.

 

Read this on Jing Daily.

 

3. Chanel Has Its Own Met Gala, in a Way

The French brand took over the Temple of Dendur for its Métiers d’Art presentation, and everyone walked like an Egyptian.

 

Read this on The New York Times.

 

4. Top 10 social media efforts of Q4 2018

Luxury brands are emphasizing storytelling on social media in an effort to stand out in an oversaturated market.

 

Read this on Luxury Daily

 

5. A Turning Point for China’s Stance on Counterfeit Luxury Goods

The Chinese government is finally ready to crack down on the country’s black and grey luxury market and better regulate its booming e-commerce sector.

 

Read this on Business of Fashion.

 


About the author

Cléa Emery

Writer at Luxury Society

Cléa Emery is writer at Luxury Society. Based in Geneva, Cléa was previously part of the Digital Marketing team of Solar Impulse. She now contributes to managing the Luxury Society platform. Cléa is also Marketing & Communication specialist at DLG, the parent company of Luxury Society.