Li Jiaqi, China’s ‘Lipstick King’ has been successful despite the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Youku Li Jiaqi, China’s ‘Lipstick King’ has been successful despite the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Youku
Li Jiaqi, China’s ‘Lipstick King’ has been successful despite the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Youku

Disney’s Mulan postponed, Prada joins Tmall and ‘lipstick king’ Li Jiaqi faces controversy – but will China’s luxury sector ever recover from the coronavirus?

The global pandemic has hurt sales in China and luxury brands are suffering, but now that China is slowing starting to recover, will these companies rebound as well?

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Li Jiaqi, China’s ‘Lipstick King’ has been successful despite the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Youku Li Jiaqi, China’s ‘Lipstick King’ has been successful despite the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Youku
Li Jiaqi, China’s ‘Lipstick King’ has been successful despite the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Youku
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