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Carried away

1 June 2016 By Carol Ryan

A Birkin handbag fetched $300,000 at auction in Hong Kong, a new world record – even though sales in the wider luxury sector are hitting the skids. The lesson for rivals is that rarity still elicits demand. That’s cold comfort for luxury brands that have grown too big

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