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Definition: A luxury brand or designer, often of a higher status, that offers luxury products and services at a fraction of the cost.
It is often a luxury brand that promotes the values of luxury, such as quality and comfort.
In 2018, luxury brands in the United States made $1.27 trillion in revenue.
In 2018, over 3,000 luxury brands were recognized with over 2,000 of them recognized as brands that were “lifestyle brands” (meaning that they sell products and/or services that are more than “fashion”).
This category includes brands like LVMHK and Chanel.
In terms of dollars spent, luxury products, services and brands were estimated to cost the U.S. economy $3.6 trillion in 2018, which is nearly $20,000 per person.
The Luxury Definition: In the world of luxury goods, luxury can also refer to luxury goods that are priced too high, too expensive, or in some cases, are not at all comfortable for a human being.
The phrase “luxury” in its original English means something more than what is currently priced at a premium.
For example, the term “luxurious” means something in excess of what people think is luxury.
The term “high-end” means a high price that is expensive to pay.
“Low-end,” on the other hand, means a lower price.