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China

Sea Gull tourbillon watch
Connoisseur of watches
The tourbillon market in China

When Abraham-Louis Breguet patented his greatest ever invention on June 26, 1801, he could never have imagined that more than 200 years later, his tourbillon would be the complication most in demand among a group of affluent buyers, thousands of miles away in China.

Wednesday, 18 September 2019
Shining Zhu
3 min read
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Personal luxury goods market forecast (€B)
Economy
"Normal" growth forecast for the luxury market in 2019

The now traditional Bain & Company study, in collaboration with Fondazione Altagamma, forecasts global growth in the luxury market of 4% to 6% this year, to reach between €271 and 276 billion.

Monday, 02 September 2019
3 min read
Hong-Kong-cover
Economy
First-half results blow hot and cold

Luxury firms continue to perform well, as demonstrated by their first-half results. The situation is slightly more complex for watch brands, in particular in Hong Kong and China.

Monday, 26 August 2019
4 min read
The Palace Museum horologist Wang Jin assembling the restored timepiece © The Palace Museum
Exhibitions
An exhibition beyond boundaries

From June 1 to July 31, Cartier and the Palace Museum in Beijing are presenting Beyond Boundaries: Cartier and The Palace Museum Craftsmanship and Restoration Exhibition, in the Meridian Gate Gallery.

Wednesday, 03 July 2019
Shining Zhu
4 min read
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Amadéo Fleurier Dragon chinois © Bovet
New Models
Bovet nurtures its links with China

Bovet honors Chinese history with a collection of miniature painted dragons on its dials.

Monday, 24 June 2019
The FHH Journal editors
1 min read
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Roy WANG, Chopard ambassador
Culture
China's fan economy

As the most digital-oriented luxury market in the world, China is a whole other story for fine watch brands. Young consumers get most of their information from social platforms such as Weibo or WeChat, making it hard for brands to reach them directly. This has produced the so-called “fan economy”.

Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Shining Zhu
4 min read
9
Storytelling-cover
Point of View
“Markets have become conversations”

Do younger generations truly not care about a brand’s history and heritage? Is storytelling a cultural construct? Tom Van Laer, Associate Professor of Narratology at the University of Sydney Business School, shares his insights.

Thursday, 06 June 2019
Laurent Francois
4 min read
Chinese-luxury-cover
Economy
Why luxury must cater to young Chinese

The latest McKinsey report on China paints a picture of young luxury consumers leading digital lives but still traditional in their purchasing habits. As the generation that will be making half of global luxury purchases in a very near future, best listen to what they have to say.

Monday, 13 May 2019
4 min read
3
TAG Heuer Monaco Calibre 11
Culture
Sold out? Try China!

Like anywhere else, China's watch enthusiasts have their favourites. Patek Philippe's Nautilus Ref. 5711, the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak 15202, and pretty much anything by Richard Mille or Rolex have proved hugely popular these past four to five years. In contrast, models that sell well in other countries don't always appeal.

Wednesday, 24 April 2019
Shining Zhu
3 min read
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