"Mais monograma, menos comida"
Uma estória engraçada que ilustra bem a democratização do luxo para as massas (tendência apelidada de "Masstige") e de como a pirâmide de Maslow nos dias de hoje parece começar do topo para a base:
"In September 2005, following the worst natural disaster in American history, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) began distributing $2,000 debit cards to Hurricane Katrina’s neediest victims. The cards carried a note saying they were not to be used for alcohol, tobacco, or firearms. But the cards said nothing about $800 monogrammed handbags. 'We’ve seen three of the cards,' an employee of a Louis Vuitton store near Atlanta, Georgia, told the New York Daily News soon after the cards were issued."
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"The delicate balancing act of luxury for the masses".
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