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Rogerio Fujimori, analyst at RBC Capital Markets, said it was a logical move, since Chinese consumers are increasingly making luxury purchases at home, taking advantage of narrowing price differentials and Chinese government initiatives to streamline customs procedures for e-commerce.
“There is a structural trend toward repatriation in general, and within China, like in any other market, there is a shift to omnichannel, a shift to mobile,” he said. “You have the Millennial segment that is more digital-influenced, that will grow older and they’ll carry on those habits, so I think they’re adapting.”

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Mario Ortelli, senior research analyst for luxury goods at Sanford C. Bernstein, said other luxury brands would follow suit. “I think that all brands will arrive online to China sooner or later,” he predicted.
The analyst said he would be looking to see how Vuitton’s product offering in China compares with its online assortment in other markets. He was also keen on feedback about the customer experience.
WeChat, China’s most popular messaging app, has become a testing ground for luxury e-commerce expansion, with Dior, Bulgari and Burberry among those early to adopt WeChat sales.