Reinventing Luxury

Challenging the external signs of social status, the younger generation is making lifestyle choices geared to freedom and holistic experiences rather than maximum comfort.

By Augustin Lavagna Published on 10 October 2019 Share

The values and status symbols traditionally associated with luxury continue to be challenged as part of current reflections on postmodernity, including those of French sociologist Michel Maffesoli. For young adults in the West, “living the good life” is no longer about material possessions, but equated with the power to deviate from conventions, disconnect from the.

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