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Milton Pedraza  - Luxury Institute researchers found most luxury brands in the writing instruments category, as in the luxury watches category, to be niche brands, with 1% to 4% awareness among the wealthy, and in many cases, known only to connoisseurs. Still, the holy grail of a luxury brand is a Harry Winston, or a Rolls Royce, brands that are known to the majority of wealthy consumers, but are affordable by only a few. That feat requires brilliant products, and even more brilliant marketing skills.

Luxury Institute researchers found most luxury brands in the writing instruments category, as in the luxury watches category, to be niche brands, with 1% to 4% awareness among the wealthy, and in many cases, known only to connoisseurs. Still, the holy grail of a luxury brand is a Harry Winston, or a Rolls Royce, brands that are known to the majority of wealthy consumers, but are affordable by only a few. That feat requires brilliant products, and even more brilliant marketing skills.

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Pam Danziger  - Luxury consumers' attitudes about the economy and their personal financial status have sea-sawed over the last six months, but ended 2005 with a strong upward trend. Significantly more luxury consumers feel their personal financial situation is better now than three months ago and that the country overall is better off. But while they feel better, the residual effects of the ups-and-downs they experienced in the recent past makes them a little tighter when it comes to luxury spending. In other words, they are more likely to take any windfalls to the bank, rather than to the store.

Luxury consumers' attitudes about the economy and their personal financial status have sea-sawed over the last six months, but ended 2005 with a strong upward trend. Significantly more luxury consumers feel their personal financial situation is better now than three months ago and that the country overall is better off. But while they feel better, the residual effects of the ups-and-downs they experienced in the recent past makes them a little tighter when it comes to luxury spending. In other words, they are more likely to take any windfalls to the bank, rather than to the store.

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