Creed it is.
I'm getting bored of the mass produced stuffs and starting to dig into the niche stuffs...
Like stuffs from Neiman Marcus: Creed, L'Artisan, etc...
Last edited by zztopp; 22nd August 2007 at 12:31 AM.
Keeping in mind that once a company grows so big, it's no longer niche.........L'Artisan.
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I think of the "known" niche houses, Montale is the smallest. That is, so long as Montale is considered niche.
What exactly does niche mean? Does it mean that they use all natural as opposed to synthetic ingrediants?
But I think we also handle these categories more impressionistically. Many around here are comfortable calling Creed a niche line, even though the Creed business got its start in fashion and is fairly widely distributed. Cost and quality are probably factors. (To be fair, Creed got out of menswear ages ago, and its distribution looks more narrow if you ignore all the internet discounters and just count its authorized retailers.) Many would not consider Caron a niche line, even though its distribution is (I'm guessing) relatively limited in the U.S.
Last edited by PaulSC; 29th November 2007 at 11:30 PM.
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