The Way of Fashion and Luxury in China

The Coolest Luxury Brand Mall in the World

Exterior of Crystals City Center on Las Vegas Blvd. Image: Rockwell Group Driving along Las Vegas Boulevard at night there is no shortage of the world’s most extravagant and gaudy hotels, casinos, clubs restaurants etc. all lit up in a splendor of lights to capture your attention and let you escape into another world where everything is stunning and life is thrilling. Leaving the Marquee night club too many nights in a row to want to admit our taxi would, each time... Read More

Best Luxury Stores in Central Hong Kong

Coach Flagship Store on Lan Kwai Fong in Hong Kong Following up from the Top Luxury Store Facades in Beijing and the Top Luxury Store Facades in Shanghai, below are Maosuit’s top façade/store design picks for Hong Kong’s Central District. The store facades are of supreme importance to luxury brands as much of their business is built purely on the ‘image’ and ‘beauty’ factors. For the throngs of mainland Chinese flocking to Hong Kong for business and pleasure... Read More

The Best Fashion and Luxury Retail in Las Vegas

Chairman Mao Poses for a Photo in Las Vegas Last week Maosuit posted an article on What China should learn from Hong Kong’s luxury malls. In that post one of the points I made was that the Hong Kong developers are skilled at making their real estate projects into ‘destinations’ that will entice potential consumers to the mall and keep them there. While attending the Magic fashion trade show in Las Vegas last week I also made the time to look at the retail environment there.... Read More

About the Author

Timothy J Coghlan has been living and working in Asia for 15 years and has had a multifaceted experience in the luxury and fashion industry including fashion journalism, producing fashion shows in Tokyo and Hong Kong and product sourcing across China. He is now based in Beijing and works for a leading multinational company advising luxury and fashion companies on how to develop and execute their retail and business strategies across China. Timothy speaks fluent English, Chinese and Japanese