Tiffany's woos Chinese shoppers at home amid trade war
Tiffany & Co. is planning to open more stores in mainland China as the weak yuan deters Chinese consumers from spending overseas and they shift their luxury buying back home. Bloomberg's Selina Wang reports from Shanghai at the company's largest-ever exhibition.
South African brands shine bright at UK fashion show
South African designers took center-stage at Africa Fashion Week London, opening the show with a dazzling catwalk featuring beaded-shoes and watches. The event provides a platform for young and upcoming African designers to be showcased on an international stage.
From North Korean defector to YouTube beauty star
21-year-old Kang Na-ra fled to South Korea from the North in 2014 and is now a beauty and cosmetics social media influencer in Seoul. She said while the South Korean products still triumph, North Korean products are increasingly jumping on the K-beauty bandwagon.