There's a street in Rome called Via Condotti where every shop sells luxury fashion goods.
It starts in Piazza di Spagna and is only three blocks long.
But in the space of three blocks you can find the most important international luxury fashion brands in shops one next to the other.
Kind of like an all-luxury fashion mall.
Hmm, where should I stop...Bulgari or Cartier? Decisions, decisions!
Would you wait in a line that wraps around the block for the chance to buy something Louis Vuitton on sale?
I love clothes and fashion and these clothes are unquestionably lovely and of excellent quality.
In one store window the prices were displayed for menswear.
A suit cost €3,000, a polo shirt was €650 and a leather belt cost €800.
Personally, I have a hard time justifying spending enormous sums of money on fashion...
...when there are so many people in the world who have nothing.
They sure are pretty, though.
But the truth of the matter is...I can't afford any of this stuff!
I wonder if I would buy designer labels if I could afford them?