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Special Guest: Christie’s auctioneer Rachel Koffsky on the luxury handbag market

Season 1, Ep. 17

The luxury investment landscape has fascinated economists, researchers and investors for decades; so, this week we take a deep-dive into the luxury handbags sector with Rachel Koffsky from Christie's.


We also hear from Andrew Shirley, the Editor of The Wealth Report, on his latest research; and from Sebastian Duthy from Art Market Research on their latest handbag report: https://www.artmarketresearch.com/luxury-handbag-report/


Finally, Flora Harley touches on the wider luxury investment landscape, weighing up the performance of both property and collectibles.


Intelligence Talks, is a podcast from the Research Team at Knight Frank. Every Monday and Friday we’ll be bringing you the latest insights on property market trends and forecasts, along with expert analysis from industry leaders.


This podcast breaks down the news and delves into the intelligence behind the headlines. 


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Host: Anna Ward - @annaroxelana


Producer: Rebecca Hills - @beckihills1


Editor: Pulama Kaufman


Any questions? Get in touch via Rebecca.hills@knightfrank.com.

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