48 thoughts on “NEWS: The quiet status symbols you're going to be seeing everywhere in 2024

    • Anonymous says:

      https://i.imgur.com/C4510ze.jpg

      Old watches.

      https://i.imgur.com/eLxp8eX.jpg

      You guys should be thanking me for posting this.

      Now you know how to dress for 2024.

      Isn’t this old news?

      So Business Insider is just farming affiliate money? Have they always been this shit?

      All online "news" is basically this. Forbes is basically a hosting service for blogs.

    • Anonymous says:

      >Old watches
      Badass, I have a ww1 rolex in a lovely engraved French case, that I got out Ukraine just as Russia came in. I’m gonna be rich (with clout)

      • Anonymous says:

        Nothing really dies off in fashion. At worst, certain things go into hibernation while others either go viral or stick around in the background. Until the deck is reshuffled by someone or something.

      • Anonymous says:

        it has just moved more into the mainstream. yo uknowing about it didn’t make it mainstream. 40 year old office workers who don’t use reddit knowing about it makes it mainstream.

  1. Anonymous says:

    >The spectacle grasped in its totality is both the result and the project of the existing mode of production. It is not a supplement to the real world, an additional decoration. It is the heart of the unrealism of the real society. In all its specific forms, as information or propaganda, as advertisement or direct entertainment consumption, the spectacle is the present model of socially dominant life. It is the omnipresent affirmation of the choice already made in production and its corollary consumption. The spectacle’s form and content are identically the total justification of the existing system’s conditions and goals. The spectacle is also the permanent presence of this justification, since it occupies the main part of the time lived outside of modern production.

    • The quiet status symbols you're going to be seeing everywhere in 2024 says:

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  2. Anonymous says:

    >The flashiest piece of hebrewelry to have on your wrist in 2024 is a vintage designer watch.
    >Classic designs from Cartier and Patek Philippe are especially popular with models and influencers, and everyday hebrewelry fans now invest in these old-school luxury pieces.

    No one is wearing a patek or cartier in the same vain as lululemon leggings. Whoever wrote this article is actually an idiot.

  3. Anonymous says:

    True wealth symbols have no or minimal branding. It’s the stuff which looks clean and high quality, but the average person doesn’t know what brand it is.

    • Anonymous says:

      How is a rich person supposed to know what brand your subdued shit is? I can pull up the Kiton website and find hundred of different designs per season, and there are hundreds, if not thousands of luxury companies producing new shit at all times. Not all pieces are going to be distinctive, could just be a plain black sweater. How is one signaled to your wealth? It’s easy to dress nice on a budget. I have cashmere and wool coats that retailed for $500-1000, I paid $40 and $100 respectively. I get compliments often, a few from middle aged women who clearly have a decent lifestyle based on how they dress. Do they just weed you out later if you get invited to their circle?

      • Anonymous says:

        >Do they just weed you out later if you get invited to their circle?
        It’s blindingly obvious when you drive a shit car, rent a shit apartment, wear a shit watch, don’t have a summer home, and can’t afford 5 star hotels

  4. Anonymous says:

    PLEASE CONSUME OUR PRODUCTS CATTLESLAVE! NEVER STOP CONSUMING! BUY BUY BUY BUY BUY YOU heckING ANIMALS AHAHAHAHAHHAAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    I hate this god forsaken hellhole of a country.
    There is no beauty, purpose, or meaning in this brave new world.

  5. Anonymous says:

    >quiet status symbols
    >still buying branded anything, especially for the reason of it being ‘popular’
    well shit, i thought i was stupid but that concept beat me.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I’ll just list all the name-drops.

    >Alo Yoga has become the ultimate brand for wealthy gymgoers, yogis, and overall athleisure fans.
    >[Baccarat Rouge 540] features notes of jasmine, saffron, and ambergris — a substance that the sperm whale’s digestive system creates. >The flashiest piece of hebrewelry to have on your wrist in 2024 is a vintage designer watch.
    >Look at the $3,750 Loewe puzzle bag, the $5,100 checked Andiamo purse from Bottega Veneta, and the $5,890 Margaux tote from The Row.
    >Arc’teryx has been making quality outerwear since 1989, but it might reach its peak this year.
    >You might opt for the [Anita Ko]’s safety-pin earrings that start at $700 or a diamond-initial necklace for $3,650. Either way, it’s an ideal way to quietly flaunt your wealthy, cool-girl status.
    >TikTokers and skincare aficionados can’t get enough of the NuFACE Trinity devices, which are said to tone your face, reduce wrinkles, and tighten skin with electric microcurrents.
    >The Rich Cream is one of the most popular products from Augustinus Bader. It’s said to be hydrating, antiaging, and cell-renewal supporting, all thanks to a formula developed over three decades, the brand’s website says.
    >Digital cameras are proving to be everywhere in 2024, especially vintage and colorful ones: A TikTok search for "pink camera" results in videos with more than 39.4 million views.
    >For $1,499, the [Breville Barista Touch Impress] works with you to create the coffee of your dreams by calculating the amount of beans, the temperature, the water pressure, and the type of foam needed.
    >Like other Dyson vacuums, this $1,049 [Dyson Gen5outsize] device is cordless, has a laser that reveals hidden grime, and a screen that tells you the number of particles it’s picking up.
    >In 2023, there was a run on the $799 Ooni Karu 16 Pizza Oven.
    >You could easily use your phone as an alarm clock, or you can spend $199 on a Hatch Restore 2.
    >[Le Creuset] seems to become increasingly popular every year.

    • Anonymous says:

      (Me)
      I wanna add one thing: how in the heck is having a DSLR a status symbol?
      If this writer went to Japan she’d probably think everybody is making six figures a year or something. Damn near everybody totes a digital camera for funsies, from what I’ve seen.

      Also, I think this writer just went and noted all the products being featured in #sponsored #ad videos that they saw while swiping down.

  7. Anonymous says:

    >non-logo flashing brands
    >real digital cameras instead of phones
    Real niggas BEEN on that shit, these trend riders are finally catching up huh?

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