THE CHURCH OF LOUIS VUITTON: THE NEW CRUSADES

Black youth, running these streets, breaking windows, smashing glass. Not knowing their own self-worth, So they smash and grab. Nike, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Gucci, Zalando, Adidas, Polon Ralph, and Tom Ford. Turning brand names into sacred cows. Placing the Golden Calf above God. Forgetting the struggle, and the grace of God. How soon we forget, 400 years of slavery. the Middle Passage, and the power of God. Remember when we had nothing? And we valued God. Maybe this is a test, when we have choices, will we grab for merchandise, or reach for God. We devalue the spirit because it cannot be seen. And embrace materialism, status symbols, giving praise to what can be seen. Rather than having faith in the unseen. Idol worship is the newest thing. The church of Louis Vuitton is the new Crusades. A religious war, where brick and mortar are the new holy sites. – Lynel Gardner

Nike$36.8 b
2Louis Vuitton$32.3 b
3Hermes$18.3 b
4Gucci$18.2 b
5Zalando$17.9 b
6Adidas$16.2 b
7Tiffany & Co.$15.2 b
8Zara$13.5 b
9H&M$11.5 b
10Cartier$10.7 b
11Lululemon$9.6 b
12Moncler$9.2 b
13Chanel$9.1 b
14Rolex$9.1 b
15Patek Philippe$9.1 b
16Prada$8.8 b
17Uniqlo$8.6 b
18Chow Tai Fook$7.4 b
19Swarovski$7.1 b
20Burberry$7.1 b
21Polo Ralph Lauren$6.5 b
22Tom Ford$6.1 b
23The North Face$5.6 b
24Levi’s$5.6 b
25Victoria’s Secret$5.5 b
26Next$5.4 b
27New Balance$5.3 b
28Michael Kors$5.3 b
29Skechers$4.8 b
30TJ Maxx$4.4 b
31ASOS$4.2 b
32Under Armour$3.8 b
33Coach$3.8 b
34Nordstrom$3.5 b
35C&A$3.2 b
36Chopard$3.1 b
37Dolce & Gabbana$3.2 b
38Christian Louboutin$2.9 b
39Omega$2.9 b
40Foot Locker Inc.$2.9 b
41Ray Ban$2.7 b
42Macy’s$2.7 b
43Asics$2.6 b
44Vera Wang$2.6 b
45Dior$2.4 b
46Puma$2.4 b
47Steve Madden$2.3 b
48Brunello Cucinelli$2.2 b
49American Eagle Outfitters$2.1 m
50Armani$2.1 b
51Nine West$2.1 b
52Fendi$2.0 b
53Urban Outfitters$2.0 b
54Salvatore Ferragamo$1.9 b
55Hugo Boss$1.9 b
56Old Navy$1.8 b
57IWC Schaffhausen$1.7 b
58Primark$1.6 b
59Max Mara$1.6 b
60Manolo Blahnik$1.6 b
61Audemars Piguet$1.6 b
62Diesel$1.6 b
63Calvin Klein$1.5 b
64Net-a-Porter$1.5 b
65Furla$1.5 b
66GAP$1.3 b
67Longines$1.2 b
68Forever 21$1.2 b
69Stuart Weitzman$1.1 b
70Longchamp$1.1 b
71Sisley$1.1 b
72Lao Feng Xiang$1.1 b
73TOD’s$1.1 b
74Tissot$1.0 b
75Tommy Hilfiger$1.0 b
76Tory Burch$1.0 b
77Lacoste$1.0 b
78Topshop$1.0 b
79G-star$1.0 b
80Aldo$1.0 b
81Oakley$1.0 b
82Cole Haan$975 m
83Jimmy Choo$943 m
84Valentino$869 m
85Elie Taharie$856 m
86Jaeger-Le Coultre$826 m
87Fossil$816 m
88Vacheron Constantin$816 m
89Elie Saab$792 m
90Patagonia$769 m
91Bogner$711 m
92New Look$704 m
93Breguet$690 m
94ESCADA$657 m
95Tag Heuer$645 m
96Banana Republic$640 m
97Desigual$627 m
98Swatch$626 m
99Cavalli$622 m
100Ted Baker$100 m
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