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  • A modern spin on luxury tradition
  • A modern spin on luxury tradition
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A modern spin on luxury tradition

“Has logo fatigue reached a tipping point?” asks fashion journalist Suleman Anaya. As people seek out more discreet luxury goods, fashion houses are adapting their ranges. Louis Vuitton is one such brand, having launched a personalised monogramming service online in Australia.

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