Staff, 2022-12-18 13:30:00,
In a recent article, Highbrow Magazine concluded that “Millennials are the most nostalgic generation ever.” At the same time, fashion publications like Grazia U.K. attempted vainly to address the existential question of why Millennials are locked in the past. We hardly ever go a day without reading an article about Millennial nostalgia in a digital magazine or newspaper. In fact, it is currently inconceivable to imagine a moment when nostalgia won’t strike once again.
So, now that we’ve established that younger demographics are nostalgic, let’s examine the trends and products that younger demographics support to relive their carefree years. Naturally, there’s the revival of series like Friends, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and the Full House, of questionable fashion trends like casual overalls and bomber jackets, and the return of Blockbuster movies like Top Gun and Ghostbusters. Equally important, even the automotive industry has gotten a taste of the millennial nostalgia as 1990s cars are having a momentum right now.
Take, for example, the 1994 Porsche 911 Turbo S 3.6, which sold for a record-breaking $1.27 million at an auction on Bring a Trailer. According to Robb Report, this is “the highest price ever paid for a 964 Turbo on Bring a Trailer.” The auction attracted wide interest and 33 bids. And in the end, a lucky bidder got to take this magnificent German vehicle home with him. Let’s see what else, outside nostalgia, has persuaded the bidder to…
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