The Heritage Post Issue 27
Here’s The Heritage Post Issue 27
We are surrounded by mass-produced goods, by fashion hypes, deep-freeze food, and Swedish interior design. Everything is short-lived and usually exceedingly boring. Then there are superficial luxury and status symbols, fashion trends for en-vogue, and therefore expensive, brands. Naturally, this does not guarantee quality. Most people follow these trends, follow the herd, copy what’s in fashion, because they only understand those things that are worn by the masses and propagated by fashion magazines. Authenticity is no-where to be found and originality and exclusivity are far removed from these fashion trends. Where are the products that have some history, that are born of passion and represent their craft?