UNIQLO, Levis and other brands temporarily closed stores in some regions

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 UNIQLO, Levis and other brands temporarily closed stores in some regions


Beijing Business Daily reporter found that under the epidemic, many brands have announced the postponement of opening. Charles & Keith, a Singapore leather accessories brand, announced that all stores in Hubei Province would be closed. The specific reopening time will be notified later. Fast fashion giant H & Ms 13 stores in Wuhan, China, have also been temporarily closed. Gap group, an American clothing retailer, temporarily closed its headquarters and factories in China, and its stores adjusted their business hours as needed, while some of them were closed. Levis, the parent company of American jeans brand, has closed about half of its stores in China, including the brands largest flagship store in Asia newly opened in Wuhan. The brand is greatly affected offline, and the next step may be to add more codes online. In recent years, brands have been trying to integrate online and offline, and offline stores are more responsible for display and experience functions. For brands whose online channels account for a large proportion, with the subsequent recovery of logistics and other functions, the impact is relatively more controllable, but the loss of a certain area is inevitable, a brand director who declined to be named told Beijing business daily Said the brand director. Source: Beijing business daily editor in charge: Zhang Meiyu nf2100

Beijing Business Daily reporter found that under the epidemic, many brands have announced the postponement of opening. Charles & Keith, a Singapore leather accessories brand, announced that all stores in Hubei Province would be closed. The specific reopening time will be notified later. Fast fashion giant H & Ms 13 stores in Wuhan, China, have also been temporarily closed. Gap group, an American clothing retailer, temporarily closed its headquarters and factories in China, and its stores adjusted their business hours as needed, while some of them were closed. Levis, the parent company of American jeans brand, has closed about half of its stores in China, including the brands largest flagship store in Asia newly opened in Wuhan.

The brand is greatly affected offline, and the next step may be to add more codes online. In recent years, brands have been trying to integrate online and offline, and offline stores are more responsible for display and experience functions. For brands whose online channels account for a large proportion, with the subsequent recovery of logistics and other functions, the impact is relatively more controllable, but the loss of a certain area is inevitable, a brand director who declined to be named told Beijing business daily Said the brand director.