Godiva Goes Golden with Haute Couture, Decadent Delights
Nothing rings in the holidays like the thought of wearing a new Chloe while unwrapping a golden box of truffles. Even if those truffles came from grandma, and even if you gave her the exact box two years ago.
The continued use of "decadence" in fashion campaigns is interesting because, despite the industry's political attempts to position itself as mass proponents of good vibes, decadence fundamentally suggests a pleasure in depravity.
And what could be more decadent than carrying chocolate pearls in your handbag? It's gotta be lighter than the flask of vodka we've been tipping into our coffee.