CHIC CHOC, HIDEMI, and lost in echo, three Chinese designer brands, have opened street-side stores in Shanghai.
Ulysse Nardin and PANERAI both presented sustainable watch straps made from materials like discarded fishing nets.
In this year’s exhibition, two “most expensive” watch novelties made their appearance, one from Vacheron Constantin, a brand under the Swiss luxury conglomerate Richemont, and the other from Roger Dubuis.
Currently, the bálancing operates three existing stores: Fissler, Taikoo Hui Flagship Store, and Grand Gateway 66.
Over the past year (June 2022 to June 2023), a total of 351 dynamics were recorded for 38 niche fragrance brands in China. Among these brands, 19 opened 58 new stores, while 15 brands launched 39 pop-up shops.
The three bookstores are designed with color schemes that echo Louis Vuitton’s “City Guide” special editions for Beijing, Shanghai, and Chengdu, skillfully showcasing the brand’s spirit of travel.
Under the successful promotion of its dermatological cosmetic brands Avène, Klorane, and professional hair care brand René Furterer, Pierre Fabre China has become the group’s leading international subsidiary in the field of skincare cosmetics.
The new FREITAG store is located in a 1980s building on Lane 319 Jiaozhou Road, far from the busy commercial areas of West Nanjing Road and West Beijing Road in Jing’an District, and surrounded by ordinary residential houses.
Despite an 8% decline from the previous year, property investment remains a major source of income for Shui On Xintiandi, bringing in RMB 2.04 billion.
The Action Plan aims to promote the development of Shanghai’s fashion consumer goods industry and implement the strategy of “increasing varieties, improving quality, and creating brands”.