Luxeplace.com, based on 181 valid questionnaires collected firsthand, has specially created 5 charts.
In 2023, Luxe.CO’s China Luxury Brands Power Ranking entered its third year. In order to more promptly reflect the ever-changing trends in China’s luxury goods industry, we are releasing the mid-year ranking for the first time. By clicking the link, you can download the full text in English of the 2023 H1 China Luxury Brands Power Rankings and Dashboard, in which […]
Luxe.CO Intelligence | This article compiles the latest store openings and marketing developments of five European premium chocolate brands in China: Pierre Marcolini, GODIVA, Venchi, Laderach, and Blondel. It examines how the “chocolate battle” continues to escalate in this sweet industry.
The team at Luxeplace.com is on-site at the third Watches & Wonders Shanghai Fine Watch Exhibition to bring you the latest updates on participating brands and unique insights into the high-end watch consumption market in China.
Luxe.CO Intelligence releases the new edition of its mono-brand research report: “CELINE in China,” detailing the latest deployment and localization practices of LVMH’s luxury brand CELINE in China. Click to download the report, only for Luxeplace’s subscribers. CELINE was officially acquired by French luxury giant LVMH in 1996, and in 2018, when Hedi Slimane took […]
According to the data compiled by Luxe.CO Tong, in the past year, 11 overseas high-end tableware brands have actively established a presence in the Chinese market.
This article will compare the latest developments of Stone Island and Patagonia in the Chinese market. It will delve into their developmental histories, innovative technologies, product structures, and pricing ranges, exploring how these two outdoor sports brands shape their unique differentiating advantages.
The 8th issue of the Luxe.CO Auto Brand Watch for 2023 has included 40 recent developments from 22 car brands/companies in the Chinese market, spanning the period from July 21st to August 20th. BYD has the most entries, followed by NIO, Lamborghini, and BMW tied for second, with Ferrari ranking third.
The proportion of consumers planning to increase expenditures and “upgrade” to more expensive brands in the next six months has seen an increase.
LVMH Chairman Arnault once stated that CELINE is among the fashion brands with the highest growth rate worldwide.