Bergdorf Goodman, Fifth Ave.
As the saying goes, "Ignorance is Bliss," hinting that happiness follows the footsteps of naivety. In drawing a divide between ignoring the obvious and being obliviously ignorant, there spawns a sense of morality... right? On the heels of Andrew Morgan's True Cost--another exposé on the faux pas of fast fashion--how many now uncomfortably support sweatshop-produced style, after being educated on the abhorable actions of the apparel industry? Yet, devoid of the spirit of ignorant bliss, how many will end up happier, because "knowing" put them on a path of positive change? Take a moment to ponder your position (on sustainable style) and take a peek at Bergdorf's Fifth Ave. windows while you're at it. Happy Wednesday!...
Mirror Mirror... is it worth the price?