Measuring perceptions of brand luxury

  title={Measuring perceptions of brand luxury},
  author={Franck Vigneron and Lester W. Johnson},
  journal={Journal of Brand Management},
What distinguishes high-luxury brands from those that are low on luxury? This paper discusses a theoretical framework of the brand-luxury construct that leads to a specification of the dimensions of luxury as applied to brands. The development of a scale for the measurement of the dimensions of brand luxury is then described. The paper concludes with a consideration of the theoretical and practical implications regarding the symbolic use of luxury brands for the public policy-maker and consumer… 

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