Luxury vs. Premium vs. Fashion: Clarifying the Disparity


Unconventional Business Wisdom for the refined entrepreneurial mindset - by James D. Roumeliotis

byJames D. Roumeliotis

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Luxury Brand Management is sometimes like weather forecasting. With the media and fashion industry in full tilt this autumn, there is wave upon wave of adverts, campaigns, and promotions. Within the glitzy magazines and online videos geared to seduce, consumers and even those within the industry have a difficult time distinguishing luxury from premium brands.

Price is not the only determinant. Add the crossover product strategies between the 2 types of brands and there is more confusion still. Luxury enthusiasts are always looking for the “best”. The problem arises on what this term really means if it means anything at all. Most studies indicate that the term “luxury” is highly subjective.

For this reason, I have decided to try to clarify this important topic and booming business sector.

Take for example the terms, “premium”, “luxury” and “fashion”. Is it possible to define and portray these ethereal…

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One response to “Luxury vs. Premium vs. Fashion: Clarifying the Disparity

  1. What differentiates a luxury car from one that is merely premium?
    http://bit.ly/1PsU9jz

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