Stealth wealth? Quiet luxury? Marni, Balmain and Schiaparelli beg to differ. Rick Owens has his own ideas.
It was, perhaps, inevitable. “Succession,” the compulsively watchable, moment-defining HBO series about a venal family of billionaires duking it out in the C-suite, came to an end. Rupert Murdoch, the real-life media billionaire who provided some of the inspiration for the show, has officially retired and handed his crown to his son Lachlan. The Loro Piana baseball hat that became a de facto symbol of the fortunes that exist in the shadows gave way, in Milan, to Loro Piana bucket hats. Even sun hats!
And in Paris, it seems, a whole group of designers
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