• Fashion

    The next fashion trend is clothes that don’t exist

    The online metaverse is coming and if we’re going to be spending more time in virtual worlds, there’s one crucial question: What are you going to wear? “When I first started talking about this, my friends were like, ‘What are you talking about?'” said 27-year-old Daniella Loftus. “But my 14-year-old cousins understood it immediately.” For many, the idea of buying clothes that don’t exist is a conceptual leap too far. But emerging digital fashion stores are tapping into a growing market — not actual clothes but digitally generated outfits that stores simply photoshop onto a customer’s photos or videos to  

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  • Skin care

    The 10 step Korean skincare routine: FAQs and the ultimate guide to practicing this popular trend

    Smashing the Western standards of beauty, Korean beauty trends are well-known across the globe today, and have many swearing by them – us included! Recently, we discovered an explosion of the famous 10-step Korean skincare routine and did not want you to miss out!  It is essentially an elaborate, multi-layered skincare routine popularised by global Korean icons and influencers. In contrast to the basic 3-step cleanser-toner-moisturiser routine most of us grew up with, this long routine involves more products, and focuses more on hydration as opposed to exfoliation. First, let’s answer some frequently asked questions about this regimen! Do you  

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  • Jewelry

    Justin Bieber Is On Board With This Summer’s Kitschy Jewelry Trend

    Personally, I never got to go to summer camp, but it all seemed so fun. You get to hang with kids your own age, swim, cook hot dogs, and make a slew of arts and crafts. There’s something charming and kitschy about the summer camp jewelry in particular. It’s handmade, totally joyful and colorful, and full of memories. Lucky for me, I can now steal the look: whimsical baubles with a DIY feel are actually a huge jewelry trend this season. The movement towards delightfully-gaudy jewels is celebrity-approved, too, thanks to Justin Bieber.  In his latest Instagram fit pic,  

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  • Jewelry

    This Minimalist Jewelry Trend You Might Be Overlooking (But Shouldn’t)

    I have a confession to make: I’m somewhat of a jewelry hoarder. I’ve been collecting everything from vintage cocktail rings to Italian chains for the past decade, but I’m particularly proud of my earring collection—and, trust, there’s truly no earring trend I don’t partake in. While I love a good statement piece from time to time, I’m more drawn to minimalist styles that can be stacked and layered without overwhelming my ear (I do have a total of 11 piercings, after all). And right now? I can’t get enough of my sleek and simple threader earrings. From dainty, bejeweled chains  

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  • Woman & Beauty

    Woman Has Bracelet Permanently Welded Around Her Wrist in Latest Beauty Trend

    A woman got a bracelet permanently welded to her wrist in the latest fashion trend to take off. While piercings are an established form of body art, it seems jewelry fans are now turning to welding pieces as a less painful way to express their style credentials. Presley Parker headed to jewelers Catbird, in Soho, New York, for the appointment, known as “zapping.” She shared a clip to TikTok on Saturday, showing off her bare arm, as she said: “Getting a bracelet permanently welded to my wrist.” Parker filmed the technique in-store, as she later showed off a delicate chain  

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  • Shopping

    The Ultimate Summer 2021 Trend Shopping Guide, Starting at Just $11

    We’ve been reporting on summer 2021 trends for quite some time now. Whether you’ve actually been paying attention or not is another story. However, now that summer is here, we have a feeling you might have entered into the panic-buying stage of your seasonal shopping, and that just won’t do. The time has come to buckle down and dive into the season’s hottest trends, and we’ve got the ultimate summer 2021 trend shopping guide that will deliver all your sartorial needs and then some. Featuring a handful of the trends you’ve surely seen pop up on Instagram, this roundup of  

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  • Fashion

    Everyone for tennis? TikTok sparks fashion trend for Centre Court retro-cool | Fashion

    In some quarters tennis style conveys heritage, tradition and perhaps a little stuffiness. But thanks in part to TikTok, a younger generation are finding credibility and cool in its pleats, regardless of whether they have ever picked up a racket or plan to watch Wimbledon when it starts on Monday. The trend has been popular on the social media network for months, where people are teaming traditional tennis skirts that wouldn’t have looked out of place on Billie Jean King with Nirvana hoodies and crop tops. This abundance of TikTokers wearing court-friendly outfits – not just skirts but also  

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  • Wedding

    Queen Victoria’s 300-pound wedding cake set a big new trend for brides

    Layers of cake, each one ornately decorated with piped icing and stacked atop each other, is a staple of many modern weddings. The moment when the newlyweds cut their first slice of wedding cake is a popular photo op, a tradition that goes back to British royalty. By the 19th century cake at wedding celebrations was nothing new; it had been a part of the marriage ceremony since ancient times. The Romans crumbled a cereal cake over the bride’s head, and in medieval England the bride and groom would kiss over a confection made of small, stacked buns.  The 1840  

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