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The Melbourne Review Issue 3
Latest fashion column in The Melbourne Review looking at luxury, modern consumption and the shift towards Alternative Hedonism.
Posted in writing Tagged Alternative Hedonism, Cartier, consumerism, consumption, Elegant Sufficiency, Fashion, HermÃ¨s, Karen Webster, Kate Fletcher, Kate Luckins, Kate Soper, Luxury, LVMH, Manolo Blahnik, Niels Egelund, Noir, Slow Fashion, Sustainability, The Melbourne Review, The Richemont Group Leave a comment