The Mythology of Quiet Luxury (with Amanda Mull)

Jun 07, 03:19 PM

This is the director's cut episode for Mina's how do rich people actually dress? video, with explorations on hypergamy, cosplaying as poor, and a special interview with Amanda Mull on the mythology of quiet luxury!

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Changing patterns of conspicuous consumption: Media representations of luxury in second homes by Trudie Walters  
African American Dress by Helen Bradley Foster
The Structure of Indian Society: Then and Now By A.M. Shah
Alimony panic, gold diggers, and the cultural foundations of early twentieth-century marriage reform in the United States by Brian L Donovan
How the Great Recession influenced a decade of design
How Do Recessions Impact Fashion Trends? Beyond the Hemline Index
How 2 recessions changed what we wear
Fashion trends in an uncertain economy | Reuters
What is Recession Core? - FASHION Magazine
Recession Core Just An Opportunity For Celebrities To Cosplay Being Poor
If You Pay Attention to One Trend This Season, Make It “Quiet Luxury”
Why do we buy into ‘stealth wealth’ and the class who wear it? | Fashion | The Guardian
Why the super-rich love understated dressing - BBC Culture
There’s Nothing Silent About Quiet Luxury
The End of Hypergamy: Global Trends and Implications - PMC
Sofia Richie Grainge and the Fantasy of the Young Rich Wife | Glamour
The Female TikTokers Rebranding Gold-Digging As ‘Hypergamy’
Justine Lupe on Willa, the Sex Worker Tied Up in ‘Succession’ – Rolling Stone
There's No Secret to How Wealthy People Dress
The old black | Art | The Guardian
I Tried Steve Jobs' Productivity Hack to Reduce My Decision Fatigue
Fashion and the Evolving Vision of of Workwear | Grailed
Carhartt Is the Uniform of Both the Right and the Left - Racked
‘Funny’ and unreal: How blue-collar workers feel about workwear as fashion

Written by Mina Le, Ella Gray, and Sophie Carter
Edited by Sophie Carter
Music by Olivia Martinez
Cover by Lindsay Mintz