If the trend of shopping haul videos has passed and the reputation of fast fashion worsens, it leaves consumers with a bitter aftertaste.
The fervent debate on the future of influencers indicates a sector in flux. As the influencer economy has become more established, more specialized or niche influencers are emerging and proving more profitable for brands to collaborate with.
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
Beauty is increasingly trend-driven, and Asia continues to dictate trends, providing strong competition for traditional European luxury brands. But as […]
With exceptional Tax Free Shopping (TFS) sales growth during 2017, department stores across Europe have cemented their position as a […]
If 2016 will go down as annus horribilis for the global watch and jewellery industry (W&J), experts predicted some signs […]