Shoppers in Hong Kong have essentials such as toilet paper and tissues on their mind more than the latest luxury “must-have”. Photo: Bloomberg Shoppers in Hong Kong have essentials such as toilet paper and tissues on their mind more than the latest luxury “must-have”. Photo: Bloomberg
Shoppers in Hong Kong have essentials such as toilet paper and tissues on their mind more than the latest luxury “must-have”. Photo: Bloomberg
Vincenzo La Torre
Opinion

Opinion

Vincenzo La Torre

From handbags to hand sanitisers, how coronavirus could change China luxury market

  • Being in lockdown because of a health emergency may give Chinese shoppers who’ve sustained the luxury fashion industry pause for thought
  • Once it is over, will they still be as mad for the latest luxury items or re-evaluate their priorities and favour fitness, well-being and friends instead?

Shoppers in Hong Kong have essentials such as toilet paper and tissues on their mind more than the latest luxury “must-have”. Photo: Bloomberg Shoppers in Hong Kong have essentials such as toilet paper and tissues on their mind more than the latest luxury “must-have”. Photo: Bloomberg
Shoppers in Hong Kong have essentials such as toilet paper and tissues on their mind more than the latest luxury “must-have”. Photo: Bloomberg
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