I’m not so sure that it’s real.
Machiavellian chic and inadvertently spurring the “stealth wealth” fashion genre
Ms. Matland — whose credits include “The Girl on the Train” and “Angels in America”
costumes that create veneer for the characters
the job is to help emphasize characteristics these characters have
where did they live, where did they go to college, where did they go to prep school?
Always the shoes
Nan Pierces of the world and the Roys.
The Pierces are the uppermost. The Roys are just slightly beneath that.
$625 cashmere Loro Piana ball cap?
Where do you go for this stuff? It’s not like we live in Rome.
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