The Princess of Wales—or, in the 2000s, simply Kate Middleton—has long been a fashion icon. Known now for her safe, prim and proper, elegant looks, in the Noughties—before she was a member of the royal family, and before she had a stylist—Kate took more risks with her choices and was
Midnights, sunsets, cups of coffee — there are famously plenty of ways to measure a year, but TikTok trends might be the most illuminating of all. For better or worse, the FYP has become the destination for discovering hacks, tips, and recommendations, igniting a new craze every other day. 2022’s
Say what you want about TikTok, but it’s proven time and time again that it’s TikTok’s world and we’re all just living in it (at least when it comes to beauty trends). We’ve seen some of the most iconic beauty movements to date this year on the platform, from Hailey
There are some simple rules of beauty that are practically a given at this point — we all know how important it is to cleanse regularly, moisturize and always apply SPF. But when you start adding more products, like anti-aging serums or exfoliants, it gets a little more complicated. You
It may sound like a workout for your face, but skin cycling is actually a routine that prioritizes rest and recovery for your skin. The method was coined by Dr. Whitney Bowe and has taken off on TikTok with other skin care experts and novices alike touting its skin benefits.
If your beauty regimen could use a little refresh, say hello to the newest skin-care craze: skin cycling. Coined by New York-based dermatologist, research scientist, and founder of Dr. Whitney Bowe Beauty, Whitney Bowe, MD, this nighttime TikTok beauty trend streamlines exfoliation, retinoids, and moisturizer to give you your
There’s a new skin care trend making waves through TikTok, but it’s not a product. It’s a technique called skin cycling.
This viral trend is credited to dermatologist Dr. Whitney Bowe, who suggests using a four-day cycle, changing the skin care products you use each night.
“This is new
Italian luxury brand Stone Island announced a capsule collection of heat-reactive pieces in April. The concept was simple but full of visual payoff: Puffers, flasks, and windbreakers are treated with a thermosensitive coating, meaning the items change color in response to the slightest influx of heat from direct contact. The
As personal as you think your maximalist, gorpcore, or normcore outfit may be, a trend forecaster probably predicted you’d wear it several years ago.
Trend forecasters use a balance of data and intuition to recognize specific micro- and macro-trends that happen within the fashion industry. They pinpoint how and why