LuxuryLab Daily Digest

Posted by Lauren Proctor on September 8, 2009

25 Most Expensive Beach Houses of America (The Wondrous)
Foreclosures are mounting and debt is a huge burden but that doesn’t mean houses on the most desirable U.S. beaches aren’t still asking boom-style prices.

Japan’s Luxury Shoppers Move On (Forbes)
The Japanese consumer’s seemingly insatiable appetite for luxury goods has declined, so companies in this sector must rethink the way they compete.

Steering a Young Label in Lean Times (Wall Street Journal)
Clothing designer Tory Burch for the first time next week is joining other big labels to unveil her new spring looks in the tents at Bryant Park, the official venue of New York Fashion Week.

Tiffany Pursues Diamond Sales Of Fallen Rivals (Bloomberg)
Tiffany & Co. sees an unprecedented opportunity to grab market share from jewelers that have succumbed to recession, and some analysts predict the stock will jump higher as the chain wins clients from fallen rivals.

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