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Introduction

The term "masstige" refers to the mass market production of prestigious products that only the wealthy could previously afford. Examples include more affordable models of BMW vehicles, such as the 1 Series sedans and X3 SUVs, smaller versions and lower-priced Tiffany jewelry or more entry-level versions of fashionable purse and shoe models from the likes of Coach and Uggs.



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