Some argue there is richness in spirit and there is richness in materialism. But in fashion, they’re exactly the same thing.
It’s easy to pick who’s a filthy street person occasionally residing in shared housing with plants growing out of the floor, a sad accommodation long forgotten by the council approvers.
However, with the right medical attire, that distinction is no longer so simple. Arts students practically become doctors.
Luxury fashion, when done right, is the antidote that quashes the squalid stench of homelessness.
With a touch of style, anyone can become a respectable citizen—or at least resemble someone who actually pays tax.