China's millennials are the new face of luxury

The luxury market in China has changed dramatically in the past decade, shifting from a new consumer market that valued luxury goods for the status that labels brought to a new millennial shopper.

Young Chinese shoppers grew up with wealth and have shifted spending priorities from labels to quality. Read more.

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