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  • Affluent Indians buy into 'the good life'
  • Affluent Indians buy into 'the good life'
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Affluent Indians buy into 'the good life'

From Armani to Chanel and Ermenegildo Zegna to Vacheron Constantin, luxury has come to India. But it's not just about apparel, watches and wine. People are buying into fine dining, concierge services and yachts too. But what behaviour shifts are driving this?

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