Sarah Lazarovic decided to stop buying clothes in 2012. Instead, she painted all those dresses, tops, skirts and shoes she wanted to buy and compiled them in the beautiful A Bunch of Pretty Things I Did Not Buy.
Her essay ponders on the ways the Internet has perfected itself to offer us a bunch of things we do not need. E-commerce is growing by the day, the offer and variety in clothes, accessories, brands and e-shops is bigger than ever before and even payment methods are more practical, yet the question remains: “Do I REALLY need this?”. Continue reading