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Business

Alibaba IPO to Raise More Than $21 Billion

The company seeks to raise more than $21 billion in an IPO that will value the Chinese e-commerce giant at up to $163 billion.

– September 6, 2014

Accessories

Rupert Sanderson Makes China Push

The British footwear designer plans to expand his brand further in China.

– September 5, 2014

Retail

Carven Opens in Beijing

The brand is already planning a second outpost in the city as it embarks on its ambitious international expansion plan.

– September 5, 2014

Beauty

Shu Uemura Unveils Shupette by Karl Lagerfeld Holiday Line

The Japanese makeup brand is collaborating with the designer and his pampered pet Choupette for the range.

– September 5, 2014

Beauty

Independent Spirit: Tokyo's Makeup-Artist Brands

In Tokyo, A trio of home-grown Makeup-Artist brands are picking up steam. Here, how they stack up against each other.

– September 5, 2014

Fashion

Lane Crawford's Sarah Rutson Said Headed to Net-a-porter

Sources said Rutson would take up her new role in January, and an official announcement would be made in October.

– September 5, 2014

Retail

Apparel Imports Post Declines

Apparel imports from Cambodia, Bangladesh and Indonesia posted significant declines in shipments to the U.S. in July

– September 4, 2014

Eye

Chanel Unveils New Exhibition in Seoul

The exhibition features visual displays shedding light on Coco Chanel's sources of inspiration throughout her life.

– September 4, 2014

Fashion

J. Mendel Opens in Seoul

The brand is opening two shop-in-shops in South Korea, marking its first retail foray in Asia.

– September 4, 2014

Retail

Lane Crawford Offers Handcrafted Products

In a bid to offer some unique offerings to its customers, the retailer has just launched a curated collection of niche products from around the world.

– September 4, 2014

Men's

Tomorrowland Sets Overseas Expansion

One of Japan’s best-known fashion brands has signed a distribution deal covering the U.S., the U.K. and Hong Kong.

– September 4, 2014

Business

VF Backs $10M in Loans for Bangladesh Plants

Program, in collaboration with the International Finance Corp., part of $17 million earmarked for Bangladesh aid.

– September 3, 2014

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