Let's be honest those at the bottom have to work 100x harder than those born at the top the 90's was all about grunge, grit and magazines that chronicled this the best known YBA's like the likes of Emin & Hirst were from small towns, The face Kate Moss was from Croydon London yet not quite London and the bands well the bands too weren't those born and raised in a music hall but it seems in this age a new decade at that we've come to a point were posh people are no longer laughed at but once again applauded.
Romeo Beckham & Willow/Jaden Smith, Romeo bagged himself a Burberry contract following in the footsteps of his parents who are courted largely by the fashion press whilst the Smiths collaborate with musicians from the likes of Nicki Minaj & Justin Bieber
Lena Dunham a voice that chronicles the lives of others including herself except the lives of others isn't too far from the lives of those the show captures
Brant Brothers nothing can really be said about the children of privilege who are caught out and around being just that sons of a supermodel (Stephanie Seymour) and a print magnate (Peter Brant) Articles and pictures have circulated the web and they've already had their first Contro surrounding the president
Cara Delevigne the bushy eyed model that this season blew up a British Vogue some high profile ads and being pictured with pop stars Rita Ora, Rihanna or Justin Bieber
What unites all of the above is their social standing these are young individuals who to some degree have been catapulted into mainstream circles due to the circles of their parents and who they know talented and beautiful for some with talent too boot there is starving models, designers, artists out there who's true potential will never be shown or found. Its a sad case of where we're at now and a trend I hope is just that a trend that goes no further than a fleeting one