Trading up isn?t just for the wealthy anymore. These days no one is shocked when an administrative assistant buys silk pajamas at Victoria?s Secret. Or a young professional buys only Kendall-Jackson premium wines. Or a construction worker splurges on a $3, 000 set of Callaway golf clubs. In dozens of categories, these ?new luxury? brands now sell at huge premiums over conventional goods, and in much larger volumes than traditional ?old luxury? goods. Trading Up has become the definitive book about this growing trend.Men, too, seek moments alone but are more likely to retreat to a room equipped with a personal computer, a premium sound system, or a home theater. Anna, thirty-three, bought her husband, Roy, a Sony home theater system as a Christmasanbsp;...
|Author||:||Michael J. Silverstein, Neil Fiske, John Butman|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2008-04-29|