As China’s beleaguered economy starts to show signs of recovery, the pundits are speculating about whether ‘revenge spending’ can save luxury brands? Photo: @hermes/Instagram As China’s beleaguered economy starts to show signs of recovery, the pundits are speculating about whether ‘revenge spending’ can save luxury brands? Photo: @hermes/Instagram
As China’s beleaguered economy starts to show signs of recovery, the pundits are speculating about whether ‘revenge spending’ can save luxury brands? Photo: @hermes/Instagram

‘Revenge spending’ is the new fever, post-Covid-19: Hermès in Guangzhou pulls in the VIP crowds; stores across China see more foot traffic

Shopping-deprived consumers in China are embarking on huge spending sprees after being on lockdown, in quarantine, and observing months of social distancing

Topic |   Luxury in China
As China’s beleaguered economy starts to show signs of recovery, the pundits are speculating about whether ‘revenge spending’ can save luxury brands? Photo: @hermes/Instagram As China’s beleaguered economy starts to show signs of recovery, the pundits are speculating about whether ‘revenge spending’ can save luxury brands? Photo: @hermes/Instagram
As China’s beleaguered economy starts to show signs of recovery, the pundits are speculating about whether ‘revenge spending’ can save luxury brands? Photo: @hermes/Instagram
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