What We’ve Read: How China Is Reshaping the Fashion World Order


Iris Zhu | September 10, 2018

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

Simon Collins: How China Is Reshaping the Fashion World Order

Uber-influential fashion veteran Simon Collins predicted that China is poised to challenge the current “far too rigid” fashion order.

Read this on Jing Daily.

eBay Launches Authentication Program for Watches

eBay is expanding its “eBay Authenticate” program into the luxury watch category, “offering consumers thousands of high-end watches, verified by professional authenticators,” the company said in a statement.

Read this on Forbes.

Burberry Stops Destroying Product And Bans Real Fur

Burberry is stopping its longstanding practice of destroying unsold product after a firestorm of negative press and social media posts in July.

Read this on BOF.

Swiss watchmaker Audemars Piguet to Boost Revenue by Taking Sales Inhouse

Swiss watch brand Audemars Piguet wants to totally control the distribution of its luxury watches, cutting out third-party multibrand retailers, within three to five years, its head told Reuters, adding the integration would boost sales.

Read this on Reuters.

Roger Federer Leads a Cosmopolitan Cast of World Travelers in New Rimowa Campaign

The luggage company goes for a rebrand.

Read this on Adweek.

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