For all our consumerist nature, we know that there’s much more to living well than pursuing the fine and fashionable – the pandemic has only served to stress that.
Hear it from Bagaholicboy: “There is no set definition of luxury. It means different things to different people and it also depends on where they are in life at that point in time.”
One item of luxury we all can say yes to: a sculptural floral arrangement by one of Bagaholicboy’s favourite florists, Floral Magic.
“It could mean a $16K watch – and the ability to afford it – or an item that appreciates and in turn, help take care of your future. It could also mean being able to sleep in for as long as you want; a good bath after a long day; or what you think is the best satay and mee rebus ever,” he says.
He adds: “My personal favourite quote about luxury is that it’s being able to do what you want when you feel like it. And more and more – as the conversation about self-care grows – I can’t help but think that it’s a term that’s interchangeable with the word ‘luxury’ because it’s about taking care of your own needs, be it materially, physically, emotionally or mentally.”
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