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Megan Shepheard
Megan Shepheard Vor 6 Monate
Happy to see you around again Hannah. Feel better and know that you have a TON of love and support here ❤️
Regine Vincent
Regine Vincent Vor 6 Monate
Yes! I was so happy to see you again. Hope you’re happy, healthy, and doing well Hannah!
Abigail Duerksen
Abigail Duerksen Vor 6 Monate
If I had Dior money, I would be buying EVERYTHING off Etsy!!! Like all custom, hand made, by people who are thrilled with their craft??? Like why are rich people not more excited by that??? I would flex so hard about having everything hand made rather than luxury brands.
Plants and Depression
THANK YOU!!! Seriously… there’s nothing like supporting a small business that is passionate and makes things you can’t find anywhere else😍😍
puteri jasmin
puteri jasmin Vor 2 Monate
idk about people who are newer to money- but a lot of my moms old money friends are totally like this (handmade and local all the way) yeah a new prada bag is nice and all but nothing beats a bag handmade with care and love with hours of practice and effort going into perfecting a skill. Edit; Not that the artisans at the big fashion houses dont put a lot of work into their craft- but a lot of stuff they make (even in fashion houses like prada and gucci -unless theyre a limited release) are mass produced
LAMB
LAMB Vor 4 Monate
A lot of rich people actually do this lol you just don’t see it that much with the current social media flex culture
KattriellaDoesStuff
KattriellaDoesStuff Vor 4 Monate
Seriously, my favorite piece of jewelry I've ever purchased is from Etsy. It's a big, chunky cuff bracelet with a big dragon's breath opal (artificial stone also known as Mexican opal). I ADORE it, and every time I've worn it, people freak out because it's so different.
phasmatodea1
phasmatodea1 Vor 5 Monate
I've been supporting Etsy and getting things custom made and tailored specifically to me for years! It's amazing to have something so unique and personal! It's nice to support small businesses and giving people the chance to work on a project that they enjoy doing. So much time and energy and love is put into every piece! I love it!
Yasmina
Yasmina Vor 5 Monate
Hannah, I have the answers, so brace yourself lol. I've been in the homes of the super rich and I've lived in Dubai (where you literally see the people buying these things IRL). I could write a whole thesis on this honestly. Here's a thorough explanation of why this shit exists, with some short stories. 1. Status symbols, particularly for 'nouveau riche' that old wealth (read white ppl in Western Europe and North America) look down on. Often they'll display these things in their living rooms for guests to see when they come over, or when they're hosting dinners. These mofos aren't buying a Dior candle because the pumpkin spice candle at Yankee Candles was sold out. They're placing this strategically in the 'salon' or area where you host guests. They'll display modern art pieces and weird ass crystal sculptures too. I don't WTF is up with that. But I know why they do this. Old money usually have heirlooms and keepsakes. Things that are unique before everything was mass produced. With old money, I often saw that it was objects their great grand parents got from their travels over seas. I mean huge vases from mainland China their great grandfather 'brought back' in 1880 (true story, and they just put them in the living room like nbd. I almost tripped over the damn thing). But what do you do when you are new money? You can only get things that have been commodified recently, like a modern sculpture by some up and coming artist. Your 'art expert' friend will tell you they're a great investment lol. So the morons buy them, and display them, thinking one day these art pieces will be priceless. The Kardashians do this a lot btw, just search for videos on how they collect modern art. I was in one rich person's home and saw a Supreme Fender guitar hung and displayed on the wall. I play music so I was so excited to ask them about their guitar. Spoiler art: they don't play the guitar, never have. It's just a piece that sold out immediately and was super pricey, so they display it. 2. Lifestyle brands in a world of fast fashion, particularly for the young ones. This has a lot to do with the decline of brand loyalty, which was huge for our parents. Before, you'd walk into a store and develop a relationship with the sales person. People would then be loyal to a brand and buy most of their shit there. Think of the make up counters at Sears (RIP). Customers would develop loyalty for one brand, and buy all their skincare and makeup there (Clinique survived for so long on this model). That shit is wild for our generation, where we experiment and try different formulas, and don't expect one company to do everything perfectly. The loyalty died with online shopping. These companies know the rich a-holes are only buying one purse from Dior, one scarf from Fendi, and one wallet from Chanel. So, you have to create these other accessories that interest the customer in building their lifestyle, not in becoming loyal to your brand. You can then show off these accessories in the personal brand you build for yourself online. You don't have to be an influencer, this shit could all just be you showing off to your social circle. UGGS are a version of this: it was the look and hype of it, not the utility. Ultimately, they're not buying a 'cup' when they get that Versace monstrosity. They're getting a Versace image to show off. They'll use it for a hot minute and then get bored with it. 3. It's part of a bigger crisis that luxury houses are facing, because they can't keep up with fast fashion. People don't realize this, but gone are the days of having your Gucci actually made in Italy. It's all made in China now, because working with an artisan in Milan takes too much time. You'll have to work through the design with them, and renegotiate the price, which takes weeks. You can get the alterations done in a matter of days with a factory in China, and then you ship it to Europe and put one finishing stitch on it. TA DA! Made in Italy. Putting out so many stupid accessories is another way of just pushing out product in a market where trends change every week (versus every season). Also keep in mind that one fashion conglomerate company, LVMH, owns all the major fashion houses (exception is Chanel which remains independent). They're all producing commodities in the same racist and classist environment of a conglomerate led by a handful of old white men, where they KNOW that the richest customers are not old money white people, and that makes them salty. It's customers from Russia, Nigeria, Western Asia (formerly known as Middle East, we're now trying to drop that term because it's colonial and racist AF), and East Asia. Dolce & Gabbana's racist and anti-Asian messages leaked in 2018 and their show in China was cancelled as a result. All these companies are the same. 4. Aspirational luxury and gifts, particularly for real estate companies catering to the mega rich. You hit the nail on the head with saying the lowest priced items at these stores are targeting people with smaller budgets. This is a way of treating yourself to that aspirational lifestyle you see on Tiktok when you're really desperate to live like the rich. The thing is, they clearly don't know how the rich ACTUALLY live. Old wealth access boutique stores that specialize in stationary if they want a notebook. They're not going to Dior for that. But you know who is? Some dude who is an idiot and wants to get his girlfriend a gift that makes it clear he's got $$$. Again, back to the status symbols. The dude wants to make a point that he buys Dior and that money is no object because look, he'll even get a stupid ass notebook wrapped up in ribbons, and this 'notebook' will go with the girlfriend's Lady Dior purse (lifestyle!). But forget that dude's shitty taste in gifts, check his tax records. The mega rich buy real estate to hide and launder their money. Check out that vid on how NYC's most expensive building is mostly empty. It's just apartments rich people buy to hide 100 million dollars. Many of these come furnished with a life style brand. They'll advertise this in the real estate ads, as being 'Versace' designed. The furniture, coasters, cups, plates, towels, etc... will all be Versace. It's fully furnished with lifestyle shit that's expensive, so the dude doesn't have to worry about lifting a finger to hire an interior designer for an apartment they're only using to launder money anyways. You won't see this stuff in Rochester obviously. But go to cities where the mega rich shop around, like NYC, London, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Dubai, and you'll see this. I once saw a building in Toronto that had the interior designed by Hermes, with a giant ass orange bag in the entrance of the condo building. As the old adage goes: "Who asked for this?" It's not about the item itself, it's the aspirational luxury. 5. All this shit will sound really stupid to people like us, but rich people live in an alternate reality and don't really have a concept of finite things, like finite money or resources. Not a single rich person I worked for managed their own money to develop the concept of something being finite. Their wealth is managed by advisors and old family friends, so they don't really develop the concept of monetary costs and budgets like we plebes do. A $300 candle doesn't mean much when you shop for 50 million dollar apartments in Singapore to hide your money. The items you're roasting in this video are not the actual commodity, it's the luxury name that is the exchangeable commodity. You're totally right that NOTHING can make a candle worth $300, you're burning money. In the same way that no amount of hard work can justify how millionaires get paid. They cannot be working 80 billion times harder that I do in my nonprofit job, it's impossible. And it's criminal that millionaires can make that obscene amount of money. 6. The real WTF isn't these notebooks, it's the NFTs these brands will be selling you soon. NFTs are already a scam, so imagine how huge this is going to be. Seriously Hannah, make a video on the luxury NFTs, because your roasts are the best. You're always missed and appreciated.
Espeon
Espeon Vor Monat
YES! Thanks!
Annie V
Annie V Vor Monat
Love love love this comment
Jingyi
Jingyi Vor Monat
Damn this is comment is a whole think-piece essay! It should be pinned. Thank you for writing this!
R M BLAKE
R M BLAKE Vor 2 Monate
@28Yasmina _ You said a lot of what I was going to say; but thanx, you saved me 20 minutes of typing. Through my work, I also was in the "atmosphere" of some of the wealthiest & most influential ppl on the globe. It is my experience that the "old money" looks down on brand names being displayed on their clothing, shoes, etc. And they appreciate QUALITY over a brand or logo. They DO order custom pieces from craftsman, (whether it is a custom tailored suit/dress or furniture), over just another "designer" piece. Also, some of the most wealthy walk around amongst us & you'd not guess they were extremely rich unless you can see their bank balance. For some, both old & new money, they have stayed rich or become rich because they are CAREFUL about what they spend their money on. They DON'T burn it on $600 candles...and wouldn't be caught dead with that atrocious looking crystal encrusted water cups. You can't buy "class".
ZeldaFreak42
ZeldaFreak42 Vor 2 Monate
Can i ask what kind of work you do to interact with people like this? Mostly just out of curiosity, dont feel pressured to answer if you dont want to share!
y y
y y Vor 6 Monate
If I'm going to pay $80 for a blank notebook, it better be the real deathnote.
msk
msk Vor 2 Monate
😂👍
TNDRA V
TNDRA V Vor 2 Monate
😂😂😂😂😂
GhoulChan
GhoulChan Vor 5 Monate
Jeez what type of paper and what size. Because if it's like A3 or A2 cotton watercolor paper. Then the price makes sense. But.. normal A5 paper. Nope
LD 50
LD 50 Vor 5 Monate
this comment got me
sidrock
sidrock Vor 5 Monate
I love this.
Aggie A.
Aggie A. Vor 6 Monate
It doesn’t just scream stupidity, it screams a complete disconnect from reality. I just can’t comprehend witnessing the level of human suffering we’re seeing right now and still thinking “I’m going to spend $7500 on a cat bed”. Amazing video, Hannah! More people should be calling out this stuff. Also happy to see you’re recovering!
singinginfrontofthefan
🤣 I'm sorry I know it's a serious thing but I cannot handle the 7500 cat bed. 😫 wtf. do you just have too much money? so much you just can't figure out what to buy? It's literally someone's tuition for a year
Katie Stevens
Katie Stevens Vor 6 Monate
My burning money story: I bought two $7 shots. I took them and immediately threw them up. I was just looking at my $14 puke, disappointed.
MP
MP Vor Monat
Epic! 😂
kyinthesky
kyinthesky Vor 5 Monate
😂😂😂
Strawberrysoymilk
Strawberrysoymilk Vor 5 Monate
I was at a club once and offered to buy shots for my two friends. I got the bill and it was $50 for THREE SHOTS. I almost started crying at the club lmao
Ashley Litt
Ashley Litt Vor 5 Monate
I have never related to a stranger’s comment more
Hayleigh Paige
Hayleigh Paige Vor 5 Monate
Mine was spending $12 on a stupid cheesecake-on-a-stick at a fair: I got off my shift on a food truck and that’s all I wanted all day. So I paid for the stupid thing, started walking to my car, took one bite, and the whole thing split down the middle and crumbled to the hay covered ground 🫠
Lady of the Library
Lady of the Library Vor 6 Monate
Me: "Oh, I like that wallpaper" Hannah: "$725 for this absolutely atrocious wallpaper"
Anna
Anna Vor 4 Monate
IKR Hannah was being very rude in this video
Erin Celes
Erin Celes Vor 5 Monate
It's giving me marbled beef vibes
Kisha Kataria
Kisha Kataria Vor 5 Monate
@Morgan Wentworth Gucci stole that design from someone else, I guarantee it. My childhood home had the same wallpaper 15 years ago and it definitely wasn’t from Gucci.
Holigatis
Holigatis Vor 5 Monate
Same hahaha 😆 😂
horizons
horizons Vor 6 Monate
ikk the rose one was sooo cute lmaooo
Restless Child
Restless Child Vor 5 Monate
Correct me if I’m wrong but in my head this all started with Gucci slides. When the brands realized that they don’t have to actually produce well-tailored items designed by professionals but they can just smack their “branding” onto absolutely any piece of trash because someone will buy it for the flex.
PrincessYaura
PrincessYaura Vor 2 Monate
I’m always willing to get behind anything that shades the Gucci slides
Amy C
Amy C Vor 2 Monate
@Genevieve CS okay this is an amazing comment!!
fi-train
fi-train Vor 3 Monate
It goes back to the 1970s with brands like Saint Laurent.
LD 50
LD 50 Vor 5 Monate
@Genevieve CS this is a really well thought out analysis tbh
Alexis Griffin
Alexis Griffin Vor 5 Monate
Supreme
ItsAllDownHill
ItsAllDownHill Vor 5 Monate
The REAL throat punch about it is… A LOT of these “influencers” whom you see with these ridiculously priced “every day”items… Like Jeffree Star and his dog beds…. 10-1 he got them for FREE. Kim Kardashian and her entire 2836193ft “minimalist” dining room amethyst and rose quartz table’s matching Dior dining set…were sent to her for free. A LOT of the times they aren’t paying a dime for this stuff…WE ARE….Us “common folk” are the ones who end up paying these exorbitant prices to “keep up with/be like” our fav influencer or celeb…because we saw that THEY have it. It’s like “OMG! Mikyala Noguira has a Versace sparkle cup! i want a Versace sparkle cup!!” And so they go and buy one when Mikayla has 12 of them she got for free. It’s the same shit with luxury makeup being sent in PR..remember the whole “$220 Sisley primer” that Jaclyn Hill , Jeffree Star, Nikki Tutorials and everyone was RAVING over? And EVERYONE ran out to buy it? Yea…all those influencers got like 10 of them for FREE
Corseted Wasteland
Corseted Wasteland Vor 5 Monate
@Karissa L I stopped watching anything in the beauty community (unless they were actual pros) when I watched a beauty guru's video, in which she "de-cluttered" her makeup. Dozens and dozens of boxes filled to the brim with brand new, unopened, expired products. From entire PR boxes to limited edition collabs and sets. Many of which sold out so fast almost no one could get them. She did a final guesstimate on how much it was all probably worth. $25k+! The disconnect from reality coupled with the flat out waste was too much and made me nauseated. I turned it off and never watched another. That makeup could have been donated to people who would've appreciated it but no it sat in the corner while she bragged about it all. Gross
Anne Victoria
Anne Victoria Vor 5 Monate
And then they have the audacity to cry about not being put on PR lists, refusing to buy any expensive shit themselves because they are so far removed from the actual prices of the products they promote. I used to be so into unboxing videos, until one day it clicked and I just saw it as the massive waste of resources and money that it is 🤷🏼‍♀️
Karissa L
Karissa L Vor 5 Monate
Exactly why I've never watched PR unboxing videos (specifically makeup bc I was into the YT makeup community for a while). It pisses me off seeing all the makeup they get that they won't use & then promoting it. While I'm over here sweating about spending $30 on a stupid setting spray. & sure I guess jealous bc who doesn't want free makeup, hello.
bjärbie dreamhouse
bjärbie dreamhouse Vor 5 Monate
"if anybody has bought any of this you absolutely have to tell me" girl I literally never in my life want to meet or talk to someone who spent $600 on a candle
Catherine Dean
Catherine Dean Vor 5 Monate
Like you on another level of psycho if you spend more than $30 on a candle
NCISnerd
NCISnerd Vor 6 Monate
"I don't understand how any human being-you know what actually i do understand because i know jeffree star exists" PLEASE that had me HOWLING. please do more of these, i was in tears.
Pinar Inanc
Pinar Inanc Vor 5 Monate
a “real” rich person would buy knives or plates from someone who SPECIALIZES in making those products with the upmost quality, not the cheaply made, super expensive plastic ripoffs with a logo slapped on them.
Pinar Inanc
Pinar Inanc Vor 5 Monate
@elixir plus most of the time, the higher quality product made by an expert will be cheaper than the “luxury” brand ones
elixir
elixir Vor 5 Monate
fr. i dont understand how you could be that rich and not do that. like the quality you can get with money is amazing
Rachel
Rachel Vor 5 Monate
I remember when North Face was a rough outdoorsy brand that my dad wore. Now they're doing collaborations with Gucci for shittier products at 10x the cost. I do not understand who's the target audience for these products.
savvyroca
savvyroca Vor 5 Monate
Even crazier Birkenstock’s the ultimate mom/dad sandals has several collabs with luxury brands including staud, Dior. Make it make sense!
Ellie Strums
Ellie Strums Vor 5 Monate
I’m such a big spender for QUALITY! And these lux brands aren’t doing that anymore. It’s all cash grabs for social elitist and classist behaviors. No thanks! Missed you a whole lot and I’m glad you’re seeming a whole lot better
Larissa Børglum
Larissa Børglum Vor 5 Monate
This stuff is expensive for the sake of being expensive.
kitkatkay
kitkatkay Vor 5 Monate
Amen!
Erin Biko
Erin Biko Vor 5 Monate
Yes this is how I feel! Quality was always so important to me so I used to love luxury brands for theirs but in the last decade or more they have really declined and now just are cash grabs like the collabs and lack of quality issue control. I now have looked to sustainable, locally made clothing and bags now made with good material.
Maria R
Maria R Vor 5 Monate
This is the perfect example for “money can’t buy good taste”. It doesn’t matter how much this stuff cost buying it just for the brand or the logo comes from a very poor viewpoint
Sarah Olivares
Sarah Olivares Vor 5 Monate
I see you have hit the “eat the rich” stage of your human services career, the misanthropy really resonates with me 😌
Cait No
Cait No Vor 5 Monate
I wouldn’t even call these brands “luxury” anymore. I have a rule when I’m buying that if a brand plasters their logo boldly over a product, uses bottom of the barrel materials, and have the audacity to make their products in a country known for slave labor it’s not “luxury”, it’s propaganda.
Ruby Blue
Ruby Blue Vor 6 Monate
I’m so thankful that none of my nieces follow these ~influencers~ telling kids their age to buy/want to buy this dumb crap. My eldest niece is 15 and thinks Morphe is the height of luxury and is always excited when they can get something from there, which is honestly how it *should* be for teenagers. $40 should still seem like a lot of money to them and they shouldn’t be coveting a goddamn Dior notebook. It’s not the kids’ fault, ofc - it makes me feel really bad for them tbh - but companies and “influencers” and to some extent parents need to stop pushing the ludicrous idea that spending a fortune on designers is normal and expected for anyone.
theflowerhead
theflowerhead Vor 5 Monate
Real Techniques is cheaper and better, maybe she'd like them. Changed my makeup game. She sounds smart. ✌️
painter-midge
painter-midge Vor 5 Monate
Yeah. As a 19yo college student, Morphe still feels like a splurge for me, even if it's just one or two things. I'm not even tight on money (very lucky to have upper-middle class family), I've just never seen any purchases as "no biggie" because it's money that less fortunate people could be using for food or shelter - like do I really need this lipstick, or can I save the money for later? I've begun doing that mother thing where I get serotonin from finding coupons... honestly I'd rather be a boring, financially secure mom figure than a rich-looking, deeply-in-debt popular girl.
parvin arfa
parvin arfa Vor Monat
I love your videos. They are so fun to watch. Thank you for doing them.
JP
JP Vor 6 Monate
As much as I hate the idea of “designer cutlery,” I LOVE the look of the Dior Blue Toile de Jouy dinnerware. It’s so beautiful.
Sam S
Sam S Vor 2 Monate
@L. M. actually there is a brilliant artisan Dutch brand I saw on “Emma Anders” DE-vid channel. She’s into luxury but also is a stationary freak and she showed this brand one day that’s cheaper (but still high end) than the Louis Vuitton stationary and is customisable and handmade. Like you can have your agenda have most minute details, which for me isn’t a big deal but someone who loves that stuff…it would be more impressive than a monogrammed agenda another million people have
L. M.
L. M. Vor 5 Monate
You could probably fly to Holland and get a custom-made dinnerware set made for the price of tw or three full Dior dinner plateware settings. And it's probably better quality to boot.
Sam S
Sam S Vor 5 Monate
@Rachel Venables I guess if you had the money and it’s a brand you trust and like and even if you’re paying for the name, if you’re more comfortable with that…by all means buy it. Honestly I splurged on a Dior wallet I liked because of the print even though I hate logos, so I can’t say anything. It’s the straws and ping-pong balls that get me though….WHY
Rachel Venables
Rachel Venables Vor 5 Monate
A lot of the stuff featured for plates/wallpaper were genuinely beautiful. But you could definitely get something like it for a better price. People love to pay for a name
Meghan Reeves
Meghan Reeves Vor 6 Monate
I feel like this is a double edged sword because yes this stuff’s pricing is absolutely ludicrous but then I have people coming to me wanting custom garments paying shein prices and are shocked when I try to tell them how much labor actually costs!
Matthildur
Matthildur Vor 5 Monate
It's actually hilarious how cheap these "luxury" brands turn out to be when it comes to products. SuperRaeDizzle (an artist here on YT) recently reviewed a LV watercolor set where she pretty much found the same set from the manufacturer LV bought from, but sold to "normal" people for "normal" prices. I appreciate all the people calling them out. While I don't feel bad for the brands scamming rich people, it's realizing that now that they have learnt to use social media that my kids are affected by their marketing. It really helps to have some people out there pointing this stuff out.
caustic
caustic Vor 6 Monate
The Versace crystal cup is something I would expect to see in the Hercules section of a Disney store for $50.
msk
msk Vor 2 Monate
@Aggie A. 👍👍👍
msk
msk Vor 2 Monate
🤣🤣🤣🤣
Aggie A.
Aggie A. Vor 5 Monate
And to be clear I would STILL consider that overpriced
Sophie
Sophie Vor 5 Monate
LMAO, girl! 💀And the Dior Lily in the glass bubble looks like Animal Crossing merch.
Sarah Olivares
Sarah Olivares Vor 5 Monate
And even at the Disney store it would’ve been overpriced 😂
Katherine Garr
Katherine Garr Vor 5 Monate
You’re an icon and I say this with so much love… if they normally go for $1 and it’s selling her for $200, that’s 200x more😅❤️
Autumn Taylor
Autumn Taylor Vor 5 Monate
I am so terrible at math too and when she was trying to figure it out I was DYING laughing, all with love but..🤣🤣🤣
idk
idk Vor 5 Monate
re: the 80$ notebook- you might be interested in the history of designer perfume! one of the original motivations for luxury brands to start selling perfumes was to have an item at a ‘lower’ price point that could still make people feel like they have a piece of the brand for themselves, and get that brand ‘experience’. an instinct that paid off 100x in revenue!
Lauren C
Lauren C Vor 6 Monate
I used to love luxury brands, I’d totally think it was normal to drop 4K on a Chanel bag because it was shiny… but it has gotten so absolutely absurd, there are so many insanely good knock offs, that this just seems disgusting and excessive to me. I could see the Kardashians buying those straws for $300, because they think brands equal class for some reason, and they have enough money to burn that that’s no different to them than spending $3 on a set of reusable straws. When you have “eff you” money, your whole frame of reference about cost vs worth changes. I now would much rather spend 10k to go to a new country in a luxury villa for a week than on a bag and a coat, cause at the end of the day it’s no different than a north face coat and Kate spade purse. Not to mention, 90% of people you encounter just out and about will think it’s fake anyway, like truly.
Samuel Galea
Samuel Galea Vor 5 Monate
Inaccurate but sure you’re allowed to do what u want with money however no the majority don’t wear fakes. I’ve rarely seen fakes around most people actually use items they can afford from everyday stores like gap and Nike
softwaifu
softwaifu Vor 5 Monate
This feels like watching someone discover late stage capitalism in real time 🤣 but income creep works the other way, too. There are people in your own country and others that feel the same way about a makeup palette you bought as you feel about Gucci Wallpaper or something like that. Our Bath & Body Works Candle is someone else's 7k pet bed. Perspective is key 🔐
Kayla Christ
Kayla Christ Vor 5 Monate
What gets me even more is that a lot of these brands will give you these things as a free gift if you buy a fragrance. I worked 5 years at a department store (sadly our store closed 😕) and Versace gave away umbrellas, and bags, I have a Gucci notebook and a couple Dolce & Gabbana notebooks, and just a bunch or random Knick knacks lol
Betty L
Betty L Vor 6 Monate
I finally got my first home and with some left over money I'd saved (appreciate how incredibly privileged this is) I bought myself an Hermes leopard illustrated plate to display in a cabinet. It was a really nice treat and fun experience receiving the plate etc, but I do find myself not drawing attention to it with people who know me in person because it's stupid amount to spend on a fucking plate. I suppose it could be justified by saying I'll be keeping it forever and passing it on eventually, but tbh I got it because I loved the design and thought it could well be the one fancy thing I'll own.
painter-midge
painter-midge Vor 5 Monate
See that kind of makes sense. Having one expensive centerpiece that you genuinely like looking at is something I'd probably do, if I had the money/desire. What feels truly unhinged is the idea of buying several of each item, looking to replace all your normal kitchenware with Gucci kitchenware lmao. I think I'd have a stroke if I entered a completely normal house for dinner and saw that all the silverware had Gucci logos on it 💀
Saloua
Saloua Vor 6 Monate
And the gag is, if I saw any of these things I'd assume they were fake!
Lucy Jane
Lucy Jane Vor 5 Monate
Thanks for making me laugh while I'm sick in bed 😅 "Luxury" is just a soulless black hole of corporate greed and consumerism now. They like to make out that it is all about heritage and craftsmanship but those days are long gone, it's just fast fashion for rich people.
C S
C S Vor 6 Monate
Another honorable mention is any art supply from any of the luxury brands. They're literally just repackaged cheap products available from store brands, so all the cost is the brand identification and it's so silly because their quality is so much lower than than the comparatively cheaper premier quality art products
leila
leila Vor 5 Monate
I was on vacation on the French Riviera last week and spent one day in Cannes. As we walked along all of the high-fashion designer stores you could see their costumers STANDING IN LINE in the 96 °F heat waiting to enter the literally empty shops. There was no shade in front of the stores!! Not only are they charging insane amounts of money for these ridiculous products, they will have their costumers suffering on purpose just so they can LOOK at these products 🤦🏼‍♀️
Margaux Thompson
Margaux Thompson Vor 6 Monate
Watching people get caught up in name brands feels like I'm seeing something that should be private lol. The second hand embarrassment is pretty intense and I think it's worse because I chide myself for how much I used to spend on luxury makeup.
Sarah
Sarah Vor 5 Monate
With the pre-order items, I would guess that they don’t carry stock and just make them if someone orders it. Because I can’t imagine enough people buying those things so they sell out.
Amy Zerwas
Amy Zerwas Vor 5 Monate
Your little laugh at “you’re literally burning money” is the best part of this video. Lowkey felt like you really wanted to bust out laughing with your dad joke 😂😂
Kayl H
Kayl H Vor 6 Monate
Glad to see you’re back, Hannah! The window shopping videos of Nisa aka nisipisa are literally some of my favorite videos of all time! As a subscriber of both of y’all I cannot stress enough how much I hope both of y’all grow exponentially in subs y’all are absolutely spectacular content creators!
Meg EJS
Meg EJS Vor 6 Monate
I feel like people would rather spend X amount of dollars for the brand experience than spend the same X amount of dollars on something that was made ethically and sustainability, which boggles me. Especially considering most luxury brands don’t have much better ethics than fast fashion.
Eri
Eri Vor 6 Monate
There's nothing that would ever justify these kinds of prices to me, but I feel like if you're some kind of established designer brand, putting out just basic everyday items with basic prints is especially lame. Make it look like art at least.
sadiereads
sadiereads Vor 6 Monate
I think brands also offer cheaper items to hook people into brand loyalty early in their life or careers. If you’re into luxury, you’ll never forget your unboxing experience and im sure it most feel like a sort of high that people will want to chase as they continue to make more money and can then afford (or not) the higher priced items.
EmmGbba Delilah
EmmGbba Delilah Vor 5 Monate
Hanna it's great to have you back 💗 P. S. That YSL bandana it's straight up cultural appropriation and it's not the first time a luxury brand stoles traditional print from indiginous cultures and calls it a day. Carolina Herrera did it a while ago, I believe Dolce and Gabbana did it and the guy was like "oh no I did not stole it, I saw the design in A dREAm" lmao At this point it's absurd, just stop it, get some help 🥴
Sarah Olivares
Sarah Olivares Vor 5 Monate
I know what you mean by “it’s not even cute,” I could easily see people paying this much for, like, ART. When I see a really recognizable print/fit/design and you can immediately tell that it’s special and well made, I’m like okay that’s art. People pay to own something beautiful that has artistic value. So when companies just slap their own logo on gaudy or boring crap, it’s just insulting. It shows a brand is super cynical about their customers.
jmcguire1996
jmcguire1996 Vor 6 Monate
please let us never forget the supreme brick.... they literally made masonry to build your house from each slapped w a supreme label. also ps welcome back girl!
Asha Anderson
Asha Anderson Vor 6 Monate
I also feel like with wealth inequality being what it is, these sort of weird flex products are in SUCH bad taste
soda bread
soda bread Vor 6 Monate
But I also feel like these brands take advantage of that, they market certain items via influencers for us poors so they can increase total sales but the core of the brand is something that is still very exclusive because of the price. They're playing us so we can think we're with them and not really realize the difference in wealth. I mean it's only a few or maybe 6 zeros difference in their networth to ours.
Jessica Mason-Fobert
So happy to see you! You’ve been so missed🥰 but personally, I’m so glad you took time for yourself ❤️
Alexis
Alexis Vor 5 Monate
Watching this while recovering from Miss Rona; thanks Hannah for the entertainment! You are definitely saving me from utter boredom 😂
sftraub
sftraub Vor 6 Monate
FYI, the St Laurent surf board doesn’t come “pre-scratched” those are the fins on the bottom of the boards. The Versace beach paddle set is for the beach paddleball game.
Sheepy
Sheepy Vor 5 Monate
Good to see you again Hannah! Watching this video has definitely made me more certain that designer stuff nowadays is just a social experiment to see how wild rich people go
Bo Knows
Bo Knows Vor 6 Monate
Hannah we don’t care if you didn’t post a new video we’re just happy to see that you’re doing better! I’m so sorry for your loss & I really hope you’re doing better physically & emotionally because you are so much more important! Thanks for thinking of us but take as much time as you need because we will be here whenever you’re ready to come back! Your voice still sounds the same to me but I’m just glad to hear it again so don’t worry too much about that! Stay strong sweetie we love you! ❤️
Copycat333
Copycat333 Vor 6 Monate
I’m with you Hannah I be dropping everything all the time and spilling everything 😭 why why am I like this lol
A Toney
A Toney Vor 5 Monate
Happy to see you! And excited to see what you have in store, I always love your deep dives 🥰
Katelyn F
Katelyn F Vor 6 Monate
Happy to see you Hannah! ❤️ I’ve missed seeing you on my feed but I’m hoping you are getting to a good place. You’re the person that inspired me to start taking my mental health more seriously and I’m so thankful to you for that
Mary Ingram
Mary Ingram Vor 5 Monate
I love your roasts so much. I was saving this video until I felt I could watch it entirely. Lovely to see your face again Hannah ❤️
Starleigh
Starleigh Vor 6 Monate
I totally agree that it's so not a flex to spend stupid ass money like this on literal garbage. It feels like legit money laundering. So help me God, if I ever find myself in a position to spend money like this and I ever consider any of these things being a viable purchase I pray my family and friends kick my ass before I bring home a $7500 cat bed because it is what I would deserve🤣🤣
apple crumble
apple crumble Vor 6 Monate
So good to hear from you again Hannah 🥰 I hope you’re taking the time and space you need ❤️
Annika Smith
Annika Smith Vor 5 Monate
Thank you for gracing the internet with another video!! You are wonderful and I love your rants! Feel better ❤️
Bradley D
Bradley D Vor 6 Monate
Glad to see you back :). Just tested positive for Covid myself so very thankful to have another video of yours to distract myself with
Brandi G
Brandi G Vor 6 Monate
So happy to see you back, I hope you're taking it easy and doing things on your own terms 💖
Lauren Shanahan
Lauren Shanahan Vor 6 Monate
Thank you for this video 👏🏻👏🏻 it always fascinates me how calculated luxury brands are. And yes, I also feel like I’m splurging when I buy a B&BW candle full price 😂
Kale Chips
Kale Chips Vor 5 Monate
Happy to see you back Hannah!! This video made me laugh so hard. Love these low key rants in between the history of and other long form videos!
lucy-in-the-sky
lucy-in-the-sky Vor 5 Monate
Happy to see you’re back ♥️ I was getting really into your vids when you had to take a break, so I’m so glad I can enjoy your new content as it comes out 🤩 get better soon ♥️
luishp3
luishp3 Vor 5 Monate
The fact that there's people out there in the world spending so much money on these things makes me both furious, and scared. Wealth redistribution now!
luishp3
luishp3 Vor 5 Monate
@Brian Heck yeah.
Brian
Brian Vor 5 Monate
Eat the rich
ChloeThePayne
ChloeThePayne Vor 6 Monate
so good to see you, and whoooooot amazing to hear that you have so many deep dives in the works too! thank you for all the fabulous videos, please always take your time and we'll be ready and waiting to celebrate all the hard work you put in. and also um yeah eat the rich what the actual fuck with the overpriced bullshit items in this roast wow nope nope yikes 🙃
katnobi
katnobi Vor 6 Monate
as someone who buys her bbw candles on clearance at $6, i hate how much i love the dior plates. :/ glad to see you posting again!! i love your videos and you’re definitely not alone with the post covid symptoms lol
glittertrash
glittertrash Vor 5 Monate
Hope you get to feeling better, Hannah! Sending tons of love. 💕
Mayor Bunny
Mayor Bunny Vor 5 Monate
great video as always! I do very badly wish I had the money to buy one of the cheaper things as a joke tbh lol
Lou Viktualia
Lou Viktualia Vor 6 Monate
There’s a local brand that specialises on ecological and socially responsible products. They sell full-sized couches for humans made with sustainable materials and techniques for about 4000€. Pricey but you pay for great value and quality. It angers me even more that none of the luxury brands can justify their exorbitant prices by any form of social responsibility in their production chain.
Larissa Børglum
Larissa Børglum Vor 5 Monate
Exactly, if I'm going to buy a product that's on the expensive side, I want the price to be because it's more ethical!
Sarah Olivares
Sarah Olivares Vor 5 Monate
TRUTH. They will pay pennies to a labor source beyond the reach of ethical labor laws and then mark it up 5000%
Sabrina Bee Art
Sabrina Bee Art Vor 5 Monate
@Lou Viktualia thank you! I'm in south Germany so that's fine :)
Lou Viktualia
Lou Viktualia Vor 5 Monate
@Sabrina Bee Art The brand is called "Grüne Erde" (Green Earth), it's based in Austria, Europe though.
Sabrina Bee Art
Sabrina Bee Art Vor 5 Monate
What's the name? I'm looking for a couch rn and am really struggling with the idea to buy a new one that is made of new materials esp the amount of polyester going in has me panic laughing
A'nya Ivory
A'nya Ivory Vor 5 Monate
Happy to see you!!! Just watched you in I am not okay 🥺🥺 none of my friends got it when I screamed but I’m so happy for and proud of you!!
Shelby Holbert
Shelby Holbert Vor 5 Monate
Missed your face - laughing the whole time. Thanks for spending time with us! Happy Monday :)
Emily Deaton
Emily Deaton Vor 5 Monate
So happy to see you back, Hannah, though take your time and know there’s lots of love being sent your way! 💜🥄
Elizabeth Udeschini
Elizabeth Udeschini Vor 5 Monate
Oh Hannah, I have missed your hilarious roasts. hope you are well and taking care of yourself ❤️
HufflePunk
HufflePunk Vor 6 Monate
Stuff like this makes me so happy I have tacky/childish taste. Luxury brand stuff never tempts me, but a multichrome skull jar I can keep my makeup brushes in for $10? I'll take 2, thank you very much...
Jessica Harrison
Jessica Harrison Vor 5 Monate
I wanna know, too!
Maria
Maria Vor 5 Monate
​@missWodkas i too must know
missWodkas
missWodkas Vor 5 Monate
Where can you find said skull? Because I need that
Celcey24
Celcey24 Vor 5 Monate
I really like your username, I think that's so cute
Bookmouse
Bookmouse Vor 6 Monate
That sounds rad AF, I would also like one please.
Toni
Toni Vor 5 Monate
“I’m not witty or funny” …proceeds to hilarious roast everything 🤣 loved this!
Megan Connelly
Megan Connelly Vor 6 Monate
So happy to see you back Hannah! I hope you are doing ok. I super enjoyed this video and would love to see more like this.
dolphinloser
dolphinloser Vor 6 Monate
Good to see you around! I hope you're able to recover as well as possible
Diva Daisy Show Ft.Magicmommy
Paying for the brand NAME “Gucci, Chanel, etc !” At its finest!! It’s not made any different than a regular Walmart item!! 🤣 🤣 💗
ジョニー
ジョニー Vor 5 Monate
so happy to see you back, beautiful! wishing you the most peaceful and gentle recovery❤️ xxx
Jordy Weber
Jordy Weber Vor 6 Monate
I was laughing the whole video and I totally agree with you ❤️
Ashley Mulder
Ashley Mulder Vor 5 Monate
Thank you for gracing us with your delightful content! Much love and hope you are well!
Katie Mower
Katie Mower Vor 6 Monate
I was so happy to see your video! This reminded me when Toni Braxton filled for bankruptcy and people were shocked that she had Gucci flatware. Oprah even talked to her about it in an interviewer in a scolding tone. I found that ridiculous considering some of the stuff on her Favorite Things list.
Annie Beeson
Annie Beeson Vor 6 Monate
Literally soo happy to see a new video from you!!!! Hope you’re well & taking care of yourself! Thanks for the upload, queen! 👑💗
Bella Newell
Bella Newell Vor 6 Monate
So happy to see you back!!! Hope you are feeling as okay as possible ❤️❤️
Maddie
Maddie Vor 6 Monate
I had covid a few weeks ago too and I’m still very sinus-y too. I feel ya! Glad to see you again, Hannah ☺️❤️
ellis morten
ellis morten Vor 6 Monate
seeing this video pop up made me so happy!!! that said Hannah I hope you take ALL the time you need to take care of yourself and we'll still be here when you get back 💞 sending love
Andrea Smirle
Andrea Smirle Vor 6 Monate
SO GOOD TO SEE YOUR FACE!! Lots of love and support through all that you are going through xox
Sara Weigh
Sara Weigh Vor 6 Monate
Lovely to see you Hannah hope you know you’ve been missed. Be kind to yourself and take the time you need. We will be here when your ready with peace and love ❤️🙏xx
SilentDay
SilentDay Vor 5 Monate
Hannah! I'm so happy to see you again! I hope things get better soon
Hayley French
Hayley French Vor 6 Monate
Welcome back Hannah!! Love a good rant video, felt so cathartic!! 😂
Fiona Nappo
Fiona Nappo Vor 5 Monate
This was so funny, I've always loved your content and even on a sick day you still making us all and yourself laugh
Kara Jara
Kara Jara Vor 5 Monate
Yeye happy to see this update! Also…. BIG CONGRATS for your cameo on Hulu’s Not Okay!!!! I nearly spit out my all my coffee on my laptop when I saw your face in the trailer!!!👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽
Poldio
Poldio Vor 6 Monate
I’m glad to see you smile and see you again. I hope you’re doing good, sending you lots of love!! ❤️
Emily Semmens
Emily Semmens Vor 6 Monate
So happy to see your face again. Sending love and prayers to you at the moment ❤️
NIZO
NIZO Vor 6 Monate
So happy to see you here again 😍 also your symptoms might stay for longer than you expected. This virus attacks our weak health points. My lungs were always weak part of my body and it took so long to heal from Covid symptoms. But it gets better and better. Don’t worry ♥️
Cass Y
Cass Y Vor 6 Monate
We're happy to have you back, but I'm also so proud that you took that time to care for your mental health. I hope you and Charles are doing alright ❤️
ZerooTwooZerooTwoo
ZerooTwooZerooTwoo Vor 6 Monate
This video reminds me of the time I almost bought a YSL table top game cabinet for way too much money because a private seller I buy from had it available and I was so close to getting it until I realized spending that much on a tabletop game console that says “Saint Laurent” on it is a bit of a sheeple move even though they’re very hard to come by and valuable. It ended up selling a day later so I missed out but I think I saved a bit of buyer’s remorse LOL.
Alissa McDonald
Alissa McDonald Vor 4 Monate
Thank you so much for making this - seriously this was so entertaining to watch 😂
M3tal.Mav3n
M3tal.Mav3n Vor 6 Monate
It's so good to see your face again! I hope you feel better and we love you!
Nunpho
Nunpho Vor 6 Monate
Some people just have too much money 😂. As for people who buy this stuff ... Jeffree Starr ❤️❤️
Parisfornia Girl
Parisfornia Girl Vor 4 Monate
Great video! I live in Paris and nobody here would buy this stuff. It's a well-known fact that these luxury brands are targeting tourists and influencers who think that owning an overpriced luxury item gives them a Parisian flair (that's another myth, by the way).
Temaquinho
Temaquinho Vor 6 Monate
In other news, your hair looks so healthy and full! Looks great Hannah!
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