In the money: Luxury sector taps into online potential
By Richard Woodard | 11 May 2010
The nuts and bolts of Richemont's acquisition of fast-growing fashion retail website Net-a-Porter are easy enough to understand - but the rather more interesting subtext is the changing relationship between the luxury and online worlds. Richard Woodard reports.
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