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Owner of three luxury brands that have turned their attention to the China market in recent years – Tod’s, Hogan and Roger Vivier — Italy’s Tod’s Group S.p.a. is set to further intensify its China efforts for its flagship Tod’s leathergoods brand in particular. As Emilio Macellari, chief financial officer at Tod’s, said this week, the group plans to open 20 Tod’s stores in 2013 worldwide, yet Chi
Having closed for renovations last month, this week Bulgari opened the doors of its all-new Plaza 66 flagship in Shanghai with a blowout attended by a bevy of local celebrities and featuring a distinctly serpentine theme. Centered around the lighting of a massive snake feature (identical to those seen at Bulgari flagships in New York, Tokyo and Rome) commemorating the Serpenti collection and comi
Since 1988, Italian clothing firm Max Mara Group has maintained a strong presence in China. The company boasts 238 stores on the mainland, 36 in Hong Kong, 42 in Taiwan, and five in Macau – and they aren’t stopping there. Max Mara’s new Hong Kong flagship location recently opened in the Central shopping and financial district. Its two-story design by Duccio Grassi Architects – described as “tact
AUTHORITIES in Shanghai said yesterday that luxury furniture retailer Da Vinci has already paid its "fake imports" fine, over a month after the company openly refused to pay the penalty.The Shanghai-based retailer was fined 1.33 million yuan (US1,777) by the city's industry and commerce bureau in December, months after it was found to have deceived customers about the origin of its products.
THERE is no telling how the conflicting forces swirling around the DaVinci furniture scandal are to play out, but the latest twist is already a test of the imagination.The luxury furniture maker suffered a heavy blow July 10, when CCTV?s Weekly Quality Report program claimed that, after six months of underground investigation, it found that a brand of DaVinci furniture labeled òMade in Italyó was
A SHANGHAI-based furniture chain at the center of controversy over the source of its products has closed all its outlets in the city for "temporary internal consolidation."

DaVinci Furniture Co Ltd, which faces accusations over claims its Italian furniture is in fact made in China, did not say when its stores will reopen.

Company officials said they will continue to provide after-sales serv




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