fake luxury boom

fake luxury boom
Luxury

Seven out of ten consumers who buy luxury goods, will mix their labels with counterfeit products reports The Independent. The demographics are surprising as the...

Guy Brighton
  • 28 april 2006

Seven out of ten consumers who buy luxury goods, will mix their labels with counterfeit products reports The Independent.

The demographics are surprising as the article says, ‘The consumers who admitted buying fakes revealed they were likely to be earning more than £50,000, under 35 and married or in a relationship.’ Contrary to common belief, our society is not as socially responsible as we first thought.

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