The Quest For Authenticity – Chanel

Luxury marketers have waged a seemingly never-ending battle against counterfait goods in China. Despite recent government efforts to step up enforcement, faux luxury will unlikely disappear anytime soon. Manufacturers, along with their lawyers, customs officials, and local police, continue to hunt down counterfeiters in one place, only to see them pop up again in another.…

Chinese Investors’ Takeover For John Galliano?

“John Galliano sacked from John Galliano” – Chinese Investors’ Takeover For John Galliano’s fashion label? John Galliano has been fired by his own namesake label following his alleged racist and anti-Semitic tirades. The borad at John Galliano, 91 percent of which is owned by Christian Dior, has agreed to hand over design duties to the…

Japan’s Earthquake | Economical Effects For Brands – Louis Vuitton

Tuesday March 15, 2011, 11:50 AM – Official statement by Yves Carcelle, Chairman and CEO of Louis Vuitton: “Louis Vuitton has been present in Japan for over thirty years and our hearts are with the Japanese people in these hard times. We are greatly saddened by this tragedy and we express ours sinceres condolences.” LVMH…

Chloé Gaines Market Shares In China

Feminity, elegance, sensuality, energy and romanticism – qualities as recognisable in Chloé’s clothing and accessories today as they were upon the brand’s creation nearly 60 years ago. Chloe’s talent for evolving its style while remaining true to these underlying values has earned the brand its iconic status amongst the world’s most fashion-conscious and sophisticated women.…