Driven by young consumers and increasing casualisation, the luxury industry is going through a paradigm shift. In the new luxury, niche streetwear pieces are as coveted as iconic it-bags.
Consumers are taking a mix-and-match approach to fashion, gleefully mixing luxury products with fast fashion pieces and niche brands to create their own unique style. How does it impact the retail industry?
More and more, watch and jewellery shoppers are going global to find the best designs and the best prices. Let’s take a look at the top 5 destinations for tax free shoppers (TFS) to buy watches and jewellery (W&J): Singapore, Italy, France, Germany and Spain
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Convenient? Exclusive? Exciting? How are millennials’ demands for innovative shopping experiences reshaping the retail industry?
In 2 years, EuroPass has become a major player from the European digital payment industry. In an interview, Guillaume de […]
Despite new regulations on China’s mobile payment industry, the trend continues unabated. How can European retailers meet Chinese customers’ payment […]
At a time where retailers are scaling back on their physical operations, the beauty sector is posting impressive sales-in-store results […]