-Takarazuka (the OG Mizu Natsuki especially) and musicals
-Gothic, Lolita, and various more unsual styles of clothing and jewellery
-Staring at beautiful people of all races, sizes and genders
-Fantasy, horror, historical fiction and the odd bit of Sci-Fi
magical realism southern gothic that isn’t focused around white old money is so important
Beloved is the first book that jumps to mind, but you might have more luck with movies, especially stuff set in New Orleans (Eve’s Bayou). Stuff featuring non-moneyed white people would include Shotgun Stories and O Brother Where Art Thou, though only the latter involves magical realism. I’m pretty sure this post was first inspired by the game Kentucky Route Zero, which I’ve only dipped my toe into, so to speak.
Would Angel Heart also count? A good chunk of it was set in New Orleans, but maybe it’s more Satanic horror than magical realism?