The gender norms in the realm of fashion are disappearing faster than ever. Driving the shift is arguably contemporary open-mindedness that encourages gender fluidity.
The world today seems an appropriate moment to express oneself and push boundaries. If not now then when ?
What do you think, does it add on to the cosmic chaos, simply voices it or maybe helps resolve it ?
The trend came in like the new cool school kid, you hate him but you want to be friends with him. Third season in a row, the extra lo..ong sleeves have made a room for itself in the fashion realm, passing the threshold of a fad and becoming a full swing of a major trend.
These unrealistically long sleeves are very extra, just what one would want in today’s chaos. Also called Vetemens sleeve, this seems to be a favorite trend for designers to express varied emotions. This summer saw the long sleeve in all possible ways; Loewe’s extra bell, Chanel’s all over frills and Dior’s tunneled cuffs.
Though this trend has flooded the ramp, the consumers are yet to decode its practical day-to-day consumption.
Marrying two major millennial loves, this trend should certainly find place in your “must-try” list for this year. Though its origin cannot be traced definitively. Practiced and propagated by Miki Towbridge, Brooke Larson and finally branded by Berlin’s Beiryoga.
Are these two of your major loves also ?
Time to try this trend at home!
Flooded all the ramp last year, this minimal trend is now safe enough to be carried on the streets.
The – “Less is more” approach can add a graphic edge to your makeup.
What would you try – Floating lines or incomplete dashes ?!
The latest manicure trend has arrived! Wire nails is another Korean contribution to the fashion world. Eun Kyung Park, the master mind behind various other manicure trends also adds this to her list.
Gold accents paired with clear polish make for a minimalistic manicure.
What do you think of this trend ?
Let’s give your imagination a toss, and introduce you to the latest combination of yummy Cheese froth over iced tea.
Experimented in Taiwan in about 2010, this bizarre drink has gained popularity in China, Singapore, Malaysia and has now set its foot in the United States and is spreading across the world.
Heytea, is one brand popularising the cheese tea trend, offers the tea in many flavors like matcha, oolong, jasmine, and black tea.
This trend is an absurd sounding combo and also is a fusion of two favorite things from a millennials diet. The other major reason for the quick fame of the trend is its Instagram-able attribute.