• Luxe brands witnessing dip in sales

    Luxe brands witnessing dip in sales

    While some brands have closed shop, many are scaling down India operations

    Coursing through shifting trends, conservative consumer sentiments and demonetisation, luxury brands are not in for a super smooth sailing through the mercurial Indian market scenario, which has been witnessing the exits of some high end international brands, while some others turn a precarious eye to plans of expansion, thereby calling for a cautionary take on tales of booming luxury consumption in India. Here’s a Luxe Café report

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