Poise is directly concerned with Good Deportment

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You can be decked out from head to toe in the most divine ensemble, but if you ain’t got the poise and posture, well Hun, you’re nowhere. Head-up! Shoulders back! Tummy in! Back straight! And here we go, walk elegantly from the hips

Practice makes perfects, and please, if you can not rock with heels, rock without 😉  For help, a natural deportment comes from practice, riding horses, ballet, and pilates are the best way to get it naturally without thinking about it! Enjoy!

Celest Team

Who are the luxury consumers of today?

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Our world is changing, more and more consumers are able to buy luxury goods as never before. But where the world has more and more millionaires and billionaires, they do not consume the product in the same way, let’s see how different these consumers can be.

The 5 main Types of Luxury Consumers

The Aspirational Celest Lifestyle The Aspirationals: Aspirationals have $85,000 or more in annual income in developed markets or $29,000 in emerging markets and account for four out of every five luxury purchases. They aren’t big spenders individually, but together they account for a third of all luxury spending, says BCG.

lux2.jpgRising Middle Class: This group has incomes of $170,000 or more in the U.S. and $55,000 in emerging markets – which makes them far more affluent than the real “middle class.” They account for 25% of luxury spending.

New Money Households: New Money has investable assets of $1 million or more, and they spend about $90 billion a year on traditional luxury, or about a third of the market. New Money tends to like fashion and clothes.

Affluent-consumer-shopping-Rolls-Royce-465.jpgOld Money Households: The Old Money group inherited its money and is far more frugal, accounting for only 7% of luxury sales, says BCG. There are one million of these households in the markets studied.

Celest Lifestyle Nouveau RicheBeyond-Money Households: This group is self-made but unlike New Money, it eschews status and tasteless spending. There are about a half million of these households. When they do spend, they spend on watches, jewellery, furniture and decorations.