In The Words Of: The Financial Times

This article is about "How To Spend It" - the luxury section of The Financial Times. This quote is too funny, yet so true:

Yet while it reinforces the rich’s sense of entitlement – their sense that the world is their playground – How to Spend It also serves to remind them that they frequently lack taste. With striking bluntness, the magazine’s name says as much. “Compared with the truly fashionable, who are often less well-off, and have acquired their edge by having to choose between products,” says a prominent British writer on class and style, “seriously rich people are often ever so slightly behind the beat.” - Andy Beckett, The Guardian