1. Fashion brands apologise to China  South China Morning Post
  2. Swarovski latest luxury brand to apologize to China  ABS-CBN News
  3. Luxury brands apologize over China T-shirt blunders  Rappler
  4. Swarovski apologises to China for describing Hong Kong as country  BBC News
  5. Versace's Chinese Brand Ambassador Quits Over a T-Shirt  Bloomberg Markets and Finance
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The jewellery firm is the latest company to be hit by controversy over the description of Hong Kong.The jewellery firm is the latest company to be hit by controversy over the description of Hong Kong.

Swarovski apologises to China for describing Hong Kong as country - BBC News

BEIJING (AFP) - Austrian jewellery company Swarovski apologised on Tuesday (Aug 13) for "hurting the feelings" of Chinese people after calling Hong Kong a separate country on its website, becoming the latest luxury brand to come under fire in China.. Read more at straitstimes.com.East Asia News -BEIJING (AFP) - Austrian jewellery company Swarovski apologised on Tuesday (Aug 13) for "hurting the feelings" of Chinese people after calling Hong Kong a separate country on its

Swarovski latest luxury brand to apologise to China, East Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Luxury brands Coach and Givenchy apologise after Chinese social media outcry for mistakenly acknowledging Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau as countries.Luxury brands Coach and Givenchy apologise after Chinese social media outcry for mistakenly acknowledging Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau as countries.

Coach, Givenchy join Versace to apologise to Chinese consumers after T-shirt outcry

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Brands have issued apologies and lost celebrity ambassadors like supermodel Liu Wen after products were discovered listing Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan as separate countries, angering nationalist Chinese consumers amidst political unrest in Hong Kong and a trade war with the US.

Versace, Coach and Givenchy Have Angered China's Netizens. Who's Next? | News & Analysis | BoF

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Coach on Twitter: "… "

“Our Intelligence has informed us that the Chinese Government is moving troops to the Border with Hong Kong. Everyone should be calm and safe!”

Donald J. Trump on Twitter: "Our Intelligence has informed us that the Chinese Government is moving troops to the Border with Hong Kong. Everyone should be calm and safe!"

“PRESIDENT TRUMP: "Our Intelligence has informed us that the Chinese Government is moving troops to the Border with Hong Kong." https://t.co/CgNKI2LfrV #HongKongProtests”

Sean Hannity on Twitter: "PRESIDENT TRUMP: "Our Intelligence has informed us that the Chinese Government is moving troops to the Border with Hong Kong." https://t.co/CgNKI2LfrV #HongKongProtests"

“#China’s escalating threats against #HongKong is not an “internal matter”,it’s a blatant violation of commitment to Hong Kong’s autonomy Beijing made in an international treaty And given their history of repression,Chinese troops massed on border is cause for grave concern”

Marco Rubio on Twitter: "#China’s escalating threats against #HongKong is not an “internal matter”,it’s a blatant violation of commitment to Hong Kong’s autonomy Beijing made in an international treaty And given their history of repression,Chinese troops massed on border is cause for grave concern"

Austrian crystal maker Swarovski has become the latest international fashion company to get mired in controversy on Chinese social media after listing Hong Kong as a country on its website.

Swarovski latest brand embroiled in wrong HK reference controversy - Global Times

Central government’s warning about ‘signs of terrorism’ in escalating protest violence ‘provides cover for local authorities to continue on path they are on’.Central government’s warning about ‘signs of terrorism’ in escalating protest violence ‘provides cover for local authorities to continue on path they are on’.

China News: BEIJING/ HONG KONG: Chinese brand ambassadors of fashion labels from Coach to Givenchy have severed ties with the companies over products which they s.China News: BEIJING/ HONG KONG: Chinese brand ambassadors of fashion labels from Coach to Givenchy have severed ties with the companies over products which they s.

T-shirt row: More luxury brands face China backlash - Times of India

Shares of Versace parent Capri Holdings sank Monday for a second straight session following backlash over a T-shirt that appeared to list Hong Kong as a c... Shares of Versace parent Capri Holdings sank Monday for a second straight session following backlash over a T-shirt that appeared to list Hong Kong as a c...

Capri Holdings slides after Donatella Versace apologizes to China for selling T-shirts listing Hong Kong as a separate country (CPRI) | Markets Insider

Versace, Coach, and Givenchy all apologised this week for making perceived affronts to China’s national sovereignty with T-shirts listing Hong Kong and Taiwan as separate countries.Versace, Coach, and Givenchy all apologised this week for making perceived affronts to China’s national sovereignty with T-shirts listing Hong Kong and Taiwan as separate countries.

Now, Swarovski is sorry. Here’s why luxury brands are on wrong side of China | world news | Hindustan Times

HONG KONG — American luxury brand Coach has become the latest international label to fall foul of Chinese consumers over the one-China principle as Beijing cracks down once again on overseas companies that fail to toe the Communist Party line.HONG KONG — American luxury brand Coach has become the latest international label to fall foul of Chinese consumers over the one-China principle as Beijing cracks down once again on overseas companies that fail to toe the Communist Party line.

One-China T-shirt row engulfs Coach and Disney, a day after Versace apology

Austrian jewelry company Swarovski apologized Tuesday for "hurting the feelings" of Chinese people after calling Hong Kong a separate country on its website, becoming the latest luxury brand to come under fire in China. The apology from the jewelry brand came a day after several other luxury retailers apologized for…

Swarovski latest luxury brand to apologize to China - Japan Today

Versace, Coach and Givenchy forced to apologize after Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan blunders Versace, Coach and Givenchy forced to apologize after Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan blunders

Topline: Verizon is selling Tumblr to the owner of Wordpress; Hong Kong Airport ground to a halt for a second day in the face of continued pro-democracy protests; Coach, Givenchy, and Versace have issued an apology to China after political backlash for a controversial T-shirt.Topline: Verizon is selling Tumblr to the owner of Wordpress; Hong Kong Airport ground to a halt for a second day in the face of continued pro-democracy protests; Coach, Givenchy, and Versace have issued an apology to China after political backlash for a controversial T-shirt.

Verizon Selling Tumblr; Hong Kong Airport Crippled By More Democracy Protests; Coach, Givenchy, Versace Apologize To China Over T-Shirt

As tensions in Hong Kong continue to escalate after months of political unrest, China has sought to rein in international brands that have mistakenly identified the semiautonomous territory - and other Chinese-claimed lands - as independent countries.As tensions in Hong Kong continue to escalate after months of political unrest, China has sought to rein in international brands that have mistakenly identified the semiautonomous territory - and other Chinese-claimed lands - as independent countries.

Givenchy, Coach Join Versace To Apologise To China Amid Hong Kong Unrest

Italian luxury label Versace and its artistic director Donatella Versace apologized on Sunday after one of the company’s T-shirts was widely criticizeItalian luxury label Versace and its artistic director Donatella Versace apologized on Sunday after one of the company’s T-shirts was widely criticized on social media in China for identifying the Chinese-controlled territories of Hong Kong and Macau as countries.

Versace's T-shirts upsets China, Donatella Versace apologises - Times of India