Asia has a love affair that cannot be concealed anymore. Do you know that we, Asians, contribute for half of the US$80 billion global luxe industry.
When you know what you possess has been the result of several labourious days of highly skilled workmanship, you realize that its value lies not just in the amount of money spent but also in the painstaking effort involved in its the creation.
Louis Vuitton launched a stunning limited edition collection of sari dresses for Louis Vuitton made from vintage sari fabrics from cities all over India.
Limited edition products from leading luxury brands promise to offer customers something that is unique, different and of course very, very exclusive.
Asians have to show their status somehow, and luxury brands are a great way to do this. It gets much better if its limited edition. Just look at the Asia-wide acceptance of the Mercedes Benz as a sign that you have made it – there is nothing shameful in buying luxury brands in Asia!
To own a limited edition is like winning a gold medal at the Olympics. After all, it’s pure indulgence that we want to possess!
Do you want to own a limited edition bag from Prada? No, let me rephrase.
Do you want to own a limited edition bag from Prada that costs S$9000 FOR FREE?
This Prada Croco Struzzo bag is Only 1 in Asia. And 3 in the World.