Desire, luxury and consuming our identity — tribalinsight

Published May 17, 2016 by the vulture

Recent news that consumers in Adelaide are willing to pay $400 for a taste of Wagyu steak sounds ridiculous, but in reality, wanting something that others in your particular group can’t have is part of being human. Do you own a $6000 toaster? A Weber barbecue? Or a Dyson vacuum cleaner? Maybe a Francis Francis […]

via Desire, luxury and consuming our identity — tribalinsight

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