Luxury brands are all on board for Lunar New Year. Though not as widespread and celebrated in Western cultures, it does rank high in China—a market where consumers still pay full price for expensive wares.
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Designs of Vacheron Constantin, Panerai, Piaget, Jaquet Droz, Chopard and Breguet, some with diamond-encrusted bezels, depict the 12th Chinese zodiac animal
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The global luxury market is entering a year of uncertainty and turbulence. With an outsized focus on China — the world’s second-largest economy as well as the key driving force for luxury consumption — the country’s economic health and consumer appetite will be crucial to the development of luxury business in 2019.
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Chinese consumers may not be snapping up iPhones, but LVMH sees no let-up in shoppers’ thirst for luxury goods.
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“Paris Good Fashion,” an initiative supported by the office of Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo, made its debut at the Institut Français de la Mode on Monday.
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