As the luxury sector copes with single-digit growth, executives look back with fondness to the booming nineties —and ponder whether they will ever return.

The Nineties. They were the go-go decade of double-digit sales and earnings, a time when fashion companies had to hire extra security to cope with the shopping mobs, and when some luxury groups were so eager for acquisitions they ignored price tags and played dirty tricks on competitors. To some, it appeared the growth would last forever.

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