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Fashion is a notoriously fickle business. One season you are in, the next you are out. Take the luxury goods companies Michael Kors and Coach. They are “aspirational” rather than super-high-end brands. Both target customers that want a cut above the chain stores, but fashionistas know they are not luxury.

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