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  • Store-based Retailing Remains Dominant Channel for Luxury Goods
  • Passport 10

Going forward, store-based retailing is expected to remain the dominant channel for sales of luxury goods in India.

  • Luxury Goods
  • India
  • Demand
  • Store-based Retailing Remains Dominant Channel for Luxury Goods
  • Passport 11

Going forward, store-based retailing is expected to remain the dominant channel for sales of luxury goods in India.

  • Champagne
  • Luxury Beverage
  • Luxury Goods
  • India
  • Demand
  • Store-based Retailing Remains Dominant Channel for Luxury Goods
  • Passport 12

Going forward, store-based retailing is expected to remain the dominant channel for sales of luxury goods in India.

  • Luxury Clothes
  • Luxury Goods
  • India
  • Demand
  • KEY TRENDS SHAPING LUXURY GOODS

Companies can forge one-on-one relationships with end consumers by offering tailored experiences and recommendations.

  • Luxury Goods
  • World
  • Demand
  • Passport 6

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Passport ## Store-based Retailing Remains King in This Densely Populated City State Store-based retailing continued to account for the overwhelming majority of retail value sales of personal accessories in 2018, while internet retailing remained insignificant.

  • Luxury Goods
  • China
  • Demand
  • Passport 13

Real GDP is expected to grow by just ##% in 2016, following a similar growth in 2015.

  • Luxury Goods
  • Canada
  • Demand
  • Forecast
  • Passport 11

To gain traction with millennial consumes by supporting a social cause was also one of the most frequently adopted marketing strategies.

  • Luxury Goods
  • Canada
  • Luxottica Group
  • Passport 11
  • Passport 5

If a millennial purchases a luxury timepiece, he or she would generally purchase only one.

  • Luxury Goods
  • France
  • Store-based Retailing Dominates With the Integration of Internet Retailing
  • Passport 10

Store-based Retailing Dominates With the Integration of Internet Retailing Consumers tend to purchase luxury goods from boutiques in luxury shopping malls and department stores.

  • Luxury Goods
  • Thailand
  • Demand
  • Store-based Retailing Dominates With the Integration of Internet Retailing
  • Passport 10

Store-based Retailing Dominates With the Integration of Internet Retailing Consumers tend to purchase luxury goods from boutiques in luxury shopping malls and department stores.

  • Luxury Goods
  • Thailand
  • Demand
  • Store-based Retailing Remains Dominant Channel for Luxury Goods
  • Passport 11

Going forward, store-based retailing is expected to remain the dominant channel for sales of luxury goods in India.

  • Luxury Goods
  • India
  • Demand
  • Store-based Retailing Remains Dominant Channel for Luxury Goods
  • Passport 10

Going forward, store-based retailing is expected to remain the dominant channel for sales of luxury goods in India.

  • Luxury Goods
  • India
  • Demand
  • Passport 10
  • Forecast Sales of Luxury Writing Instruments and Stationery: Value 2017-

According to local experts, store-based retailing in luxury goods could avoid declining strongly in the coming years due to the development of " phygital" outlets or fewer standardised company-owned stores.

  • Luxury Goods
  • France
  • Trade
  • Store-based Retailing Continues To Dominate Sales of Luxury Goods
  • Passport 4

There is a lack of motivation to show off, given the fact that Brazil is facing one of its worst recessions ever.

  • Luxury Goods
  • Brazil
  • Demand
  • Store-based Retailing Continues To Dominate Sales of Luxury Goods
  • Passport 4

There is a lack of motivation to show off, given the fact that Brazil is facing one of its worst recessions ever.

  • Luxury Goods
  • Brazil
  • Demand
  • Luxottica Group
  • Passport 11
  • Passport 4

Gucci' s Dionysus bag became one of the best-selling designs.

  • Luxury Goods
  • Canada
  • Demand
  • Passport 10
  • LBN Brand Shares of Luxury Writing Instruments and Stationery: % Value

To gain traction with millennial consumes by supporting a social cause was also one of the most frequently adopted marketing strategies.

  • Luxury Goods
  • Canada
  • Demand
  • Store-based Retailing Continues To Dominate Sales of Luxury Goods
  • Forecast Sales of Luxury Writing Instruments and Stationery: Value 2017-

COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE PROSPECTS ##.

  • Luxury Goods
  • Brazil
  • Demand
  • Store-based Retailing Continues To Dominate Sales of Luxury Goods
  • Passport 4

There is a lack of motivation to show off, given the fact that Brazil is facing one of its worst recessions ever.

  • Luxury Goods
  • Brazil
  • Demand
  • Passport 11

Euromonitor International February 2018 LUXURY PORTABLE CONSUMER ELECTRONICS IN FRANCE Passport I LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES Luxury Portable Consumer Electronics in France - Category analysis......................................... ## Headlines.............................................

  • Luxury Goods
  • France
  • Demand
  • Passport 11
  • Passport 5

Notably, Ray-Ban is one of the most coveted luxury eyewear brands in France.

  • Luxury Goods
  • France
  • Luxottica Group
  • Passport 11

One player that avoided losses in 2016 was Hermès International.

  • Luxury Goods
  • France
  • Passport 12

One of the forerunners of sustainable luxury products is Stella McCartney from Kering that banned all leather and fur from its collections.

  • Luxury Goods
  • France
  • Passport 12

According to local experts, store-based retailing in luxury goods could avoid declining strongly in the coming years due to the development of " phygital" outlets or fewer standardised company-owned stores.

  • Luxury Goods
  • France
  • Chanel SA
  • LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA
  • Passport 11
  • Passport 5

Swarovski rejuvenates its collections several times a year; in 2016, one of its most important novelties was the Crystaldust bracelet collection.

  • Luxury Goods
  • France
  • Passport 12
  • Passport 5

Among the most famous brands are a number of undeniably French ones.

  • Luxury Goods
  • France
  • Passport 10

According to local experts, store-based retailing in luxury goods could avoid declining strongly in the coming years due to the development of " phygital" outlets or fewer standardised company-owned stores.

  • Luxury Goods
  • France
  • Trade
  • Passport 11
  • Passport 4

To gain traction with millennial consumes by supporting a social cause was also one of the most frequently adopted marketing strategies.

  • Luxury Clothes
  • Luxury Goods
  • Canada
  • Passport 12
  • Passport 5

Still light grape wine is one of the largest categories in alcoholic drinks in Canada.

  • Luxury Beverage
  • Luxury Goods
  • Canada
  • Demand
  • Corby Distilleries Limited
  • Store-based Retailing Continues To Dominate Sales of Luxury Goods
  • Passport 5

There is a lack of motivation to show off, given the fact that Brazil is facing one of its worst recessions ever.

  • Luxury Goods
  • Brazil
  • Demand