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Through the casualization of fashion, or the commoditisation of air travel, luxury is no longer the straightforward signifier of wealth that it once was
Here’s another crazy rich Asian that manage to slip under the public’s radar
With official releases pegging China’s third-quarter GDP growth at 6.5%, the “world’s factory” is hitting its slowest pace in nine years and if the luxury goods industry continues to depend on the market for revenue growth, it would a recipe for disaster.
Daughter of Singapore’s “Bronze King”, Ocean Woo’s entrepreneurship spirit has successfully built a name for herself among Singapore’s high-end social circle.
Hong Kong is home to most high net worth individuals but Singapore steals the limelight thanks to destination awareness, courtesy of Crazy Rich Asians