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  • Indian fashion brands launch luxe loyalty scheme
  • Indian fashion brands launch luxe loyalty scheme
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Indian fashion brands launch luxe loyalty scheme

Luxury symbolises exclusivity, quality and wealth, and Indians are spending more on high-end goods than ever before. As people become more attuned to the luxury lifestyle, one business has found a way to reward big spenders for their loyalty across multiple brands.

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