Let Them Eat Cake, No One Eats Bread Anymore
It’s nearly 2020 and the issue of unbridled wealth has never been laid bare in such an all pervasive fashion.
The awareness that comes with the internet and the connectedness social media affords us means we are all fully able to appreciate that society as a whole should take measured efforts to reduce consumption and stop supporting companies that cyclically abuse the monetary inequities that plague society and…oh my god, we just qualified for a loan from CashnGo and we can finally afford some Yeezys!
And there’s no place we’d rather rock our Yeezys than Let Them Eat Cake 2020.
“Well established now in a class of its own, with offerings that far outweigh the short journey to the mansion, Let Them Eat Cake features art, cocktails, teahouses, gourmet seasonal food and drink, and a richly boutique musical festival feel.
Cake is about starting your year celebrating the rite of enjoyment, the indulgence of life’s pleasures and an epicurean appreciation of why we were put on this earth. Hedonism you say? Building all that beauty for only one day? Lineup: Cinthie (GER), Denis Sulta (UK), HAAi (UK), Harvey Sutherland LIVE (AUS), Honey Dijon (US), Jon Hopkins (UK), Madam X (UK), S.A.M. (DK), Shigeto LIVE (US), TOKiMONSTA (US) and Tom Trago (NL).”
Institutionalised over-consumption resulting in first-world poverty never looked so turnt.