Headquartered in Hong Kong, Lane Crawford has long been the first stop for foreign designers hoping the crack the China code. Photo: BloombergHeadquartered in Hong Kong, Lane Crawford has long been the first stop for foreign designers hoping the crack the China code. Photo: Bloomberg
Headquartered in Hong Kong, Lane Crawford has long been the first stop for foreign designers hoping the crack the China code. Photo: Bloomberg

Do fashion brands breaking into mainland China still need Hong Kong?

  • Months of violent protests in Hong Kong have scared away many high-end mainland shoppers, and now border crossings are closing thanks to the coronavirus
  • Labels such as Self-Portrait are going straight to local partners to navigate mainland China’s social media and e-commerce and open online and physical shops

Topic |   Fashion
Headquartered in Hong Kong, Lane Crawford has long been the first stop for foreign designers hoping the crack the China code. Photo: BloombergHeadquartered in Hong Kong, Lane Crawford has long been the first stop for foreign designers hoping the crack the China code. Photo: Bloomberg
Headquartered in Hong Kong, Lane Crawford has long been the first stop for foreign designers hoping the crack the China code. Photo: Bloomberg
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