On wasteland once used for earthquake drills in the small town of Otawara north of Tokyo, Japanese giant Shiseido has built its first domestic factory in 36 years, hoping to capitalise on a boom for “Made in Japan” cosmetics.
A Japanese cosmetics company Wednesday unveiled what it said was the world’s first spray-on skin, a moisturising facemask made of fibres one-100th the thickness of a human hair.
After five years of determination and extensive research, Rodan + Fields is bringing their innovative and advanced dermatological expertise to the Japanese market
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Forget stocks, real estate, even cryptocurrencies – China’s hottest investment nowadays may be the Nike, Adidas, and Puma basketball shoes that “sneakerheads” like Hu Huaiyuan fight to get their hands on.
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French luxury goods maker Hermes said Thursday that its sales accelerated in the third quarter thanks in particular to China despite the unrest in Hong Kong.
From shades of startling red to hues of vivid tangerine, brightly coloured beards have become a fashion statement on the streets of Bangladesh capital Dhaka.
A multi-year partnership emerged from Clé de Peau Beauté and UNICEF to boost gender equality programs across the world.
Luxury brand Dior has become the latest company to apologise to China over a perceived insult to national sovereignty, saying Thursday it “cherishes the feelings of the Chinese people”.
Tiffany & Co. have removed a tweet showing a woman covering one eye after Chinese consumers accused the jeweller of supporting the Hong Kong protesters.
A growing number of Korean women have made action to veer away from the country’s rigid standards of beauty