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China’s luxury shoppers call in the tidy teams

By AFP
10 November 2020   |   10:55 am
Baffled by the origins of Burberry jacket she can't remember buying, Chen Rui concedes it was time to call in the experts to manage her out of control luxury wardrobe.

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