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Is there one legitimate form of luxury, or are there many acceptable luxury forms? The answer is that it all depends on the perspective used to define luxury, and who is involved in doing so. Luxury research is a solid field of study. However, most studies in marketing and consumer research...
Extending critical luxury studies to a non-Western context, this article, using Burberry and other Western brands as examples, theorises how the temporal-spatial luxury subjectivity of homosexual Hong Kong male consumers is constituted through the intersections of British colonial history,...
Within the context of luxury consumption, we propose a novel theory of luxury consumer maturity that captures how consumers’ tastes can become more discriminating over time. In particular, we consider the way luxury consumers exhibit maturity (i.e. connoisseurship) as a proxy for Bourdieusian...
Looking back on completed fieldwork for interdisciplinary research exploring the discursive construction of luxury by those producing and promoting it, I noticed that I – a putative expert in consumer culture – had my own sense of self, critical distance and belonging challenged and negotiated...
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