LuxuryLab Daily Digest

Posted by Lauren Proctor on September 22, 2009

UK Designers Say Mass Retail Complements Business (Reuters)
London fashion designers say mass retailers do not necessarily undermine their business and can actually be of help, but acknowledge that they have awakened a desire among shoppers for frequent refreshing of stock.

Once Slave to Luxury, Japan Catches Thrift Bug (New York Times)
Not long ago, many Japanese bought so many $100 melons and $1,000 handbags that this was the only country in the world where luxury products were considered mass market.

New Wine Brand Targets The Social Sipper (Halogen Network)
Kobrand Imports, a premium wine company and Halogen Network client, has created an innovative wine brand that embraces the age of consumer engagement.

Hottest Luxury Stock: Coach Tops Poll (TheStreet.com)
A luxury recovery may be lagging the rest of the retail sector, but investors still think Coach(COH Quote) is a winner.

Over 20 Years, Lexus Has Steered Perception of Luxury in New Direction (The Dallas Morning News)
Lexus redefined what luxury is, said James Bell, executive market analyst at Kelley Blue Book.

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