In the United States the automobile is a necessity and not a luxury.
This modern City Hall is neither located in nor does it serve a city, but houses a luxury hotel, amusement arcade and aquarium, among others.
At the turn of the 20th century, it was a getaway for wealthy tourists, anchored by a luxury hotel owned by aristocrat Duke Peter of Oldenburg.
The $19.99 technique may actually backfire when a consumer is most concerned about quality, say, in a luxury item.
They get a job and their first though is to buy a luxury vehicle because they see executives driving them and they want to be a big shot.
Bodice ripping may be sexy in romance paperbacks, but it only works in real life when you’re confident the item of clothing is easily replaceable and not considered a luxury item by your partner.
This is the first time that a luxury car brand has made it public that it will use Korean parts in its cars, said Ko Tae - bong, an analyst at IBK Investment & Securities.
I am glad Gemma was under no illusion that this was a luxury holiday – otherwise she would have dumped me for booking it.
As per capita spending rises in China, more and more can afford to eat out — an activity that not so long ago was considered a luxury here.
Combined with these trends there is a return of body shaped dresses, short coats with small collars. Shining materials, ribbons and perfectly designed details remind of a luxury fashion culture.