Louis Vuitton maintains digital desire for handbags: report
French fashion house Louis Vuitton is the most-searched for luxury handbag label in the world in comparison to other popular brands such as Chanel, Gucci, Longchamp, Hermès, Michael Kors, Prada and Céline, according to a new report by Digital Luxury Group.
Louis Vuitton not only came out on top in its Powerhouse category, but also topped the overall global search ranking cheap louis vuitton outlet in the 2012 WorldHandbagReport that categorizes brands as Powerhouse, High-End, Prestige or Premium. The report also uncovered that while European brands are successful in terms of search in China, Louis Vuitton is struggling a bit in the Asian markets.
“There are a few key messages but one that I think is of most interest for United States-based luxury handbag brands is the fact that it is the European brands that are dominating in China,” said Tamar Koifman, head of marketing at the Digital Luxury Group, Geneva, Switzerland.
“Fueling Chinese consumer demand for handbags are the major European players such as Chanel, Gucci and Hermès,” she said. cheap louis vuitton bags “In fact, nine out of the top 10 most sought-after luxury handbag brands in China are of European heritage.”The senior U.S. official cheap louis vuitton said there is concern about devices that could be implanted inside the body of a terrorist.
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