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Swank-meets-industrial-chic is the epitome of Midwestern stealth wealth luxury
Written by Amelia Jeffers
If you followed any of the Gwyneth Paltrow trial coverage or caught an episode of Succession on HBO Max (ok, who could actually watch just one episode?), then possibly you have heard about the latest headline-making trend: stealth wealth. If you are unfamiliar, stealth wealth refers to an understated style that relies on timeless design made with quality, lasting materials. Think Sharon Stone circa 1998 on the red carpet at the Oscars, incomparably elegant in a Vera Wang couture evening skirt paired with a white button-down from Gap. For many of us in the Midwest, stealth wealth isn’t new; a laidback, approachable sensibility doesn’t equate to a lack of luxury.
Stealth wealth was on my mind when I visited The Junto (Columbus’ brand new (and first) independent lifestyle hotel) several weeks ago. (continue reading)
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