I have been trying to be more mindful of my surroundings recently. I never, ever see celebrities, and this bothers me; plus, I almost got hit by a car the other day. So on my way to work today, I took a good, hard look around, and while I did not meet my goal—see Padma Lakshmi—I did notice something strange: a number…
This news isn’t exactly shocking, considering the generation’s collective financial position, but the latest numbers are nevertheless striking.
All the trend reports confirm what we already know: if you’ve got boobs on the smaller end of the spectrum, bralettes rule. The bralette is having a moment right now among women whose breast size permits the freedom, and wish for something less oppressive than the average bra.
Words are hard.
Are you a person who deeply despises small talk? Who resents even the nicest, most entertaining hair stylist for intruding on your magazine time? If you happen to live in South Wales, you’re in luck!
A new analysis says that more young women are living with family than at any time since 1940. Fortunately, the use of “doll face” has not staged an accompanying comeback.
Is a tattoo really a tattoo if it’s not a tattoo? The latest non-trend, brought to you by Kylie Jenner, are hair tattoos that stick to white people’s hair.
The hot new trend in fatherhood, according to the New York Times, is a super-exclusive 45-minute course on the Upper West Side of New York City called “Dad Braiding 101.” Welcome to the Thursday Style section!
The latest attempted American revival of a bygone tradition: sidesaddle horseback riding.
It's the first trend I remember. I showed up to school one day and all of the sudden all the skater boys were wearing the widest, most cumbersome jeans my eyes had ever seen (shouts to out Ian M. and Noah Souder-Russo). An aversion to risk, I didn't want to ride around on a skateboard, but a sucker for fashion I sure…
"How to get rid of acne." "Are zombies real?" "How to craft." "What is Tinder?" This is just a sampling of some of the weird and wonderful stuff people in America Googled this year.
Google revealed its top search trends for 2014 today, and the results are an eclectic mix of expected (Ebola symptoms, Serial), scary (asphyxia), depressing (Wal Mart is the most-searched location on Google Maps), and things that I, too, would like to know (How to wear a scarf). And then there are Google's Most…
If you are reading this post about soup cleanses it is either because you love cleanses and want to know about the next trendy one (hint: it's soup), or you hate cleanses and cleansers, and need more ammo against them.
If you were alert last week and in possession of even the shiftiest wifi, you know about the latest
costume trend in men's attire: the Lumbersexual.
Friends, readers, ladyfolk, I believe we are being trolled. I believe we are being trolled by major newspapers and fashion magazines through a series of willfully ignorant and low-key racist articles where they attempt to completely erase black people from the very styles and trends that they created.
There's something bittersweet about a physical trait you've been made fun of for your whole life finally coming into fashion. On one hand, not only are you free from ridicule, but you're being celebrated! On the other, the people who've always looked down on you are now trying to cop your look and act like those years…
The fashion industry is panicking. They very much depend on being able to sell women entirely new wardrobes like clockwork and at the moment, they're having trouble prying those damn skinny jeans from our hands.
Poop ruins everything. And at the Holiday Village Red Sea resort in Egypt, it's ruining everyone's vacations. Because British tourists (probably members of One Direction) are finding fun and merriment by relieving themselves of their lunch in the still blue waters of the resort pools. Is it a trend? Well, the hotel is…
If you were on the internet 9 years ago, you may have heard about the Facekini, a revolutionary product that protected one's face from tanning while swimming. Almost a decade later, the Facekini is even more popular, exploding onto the beaches of Qingdao, China and protecting from more than just the sun.
What won't teens do for a bit of excitement? If they're not overdosing on Jenkem or bubbling their way to a fever bordering on frenzy while at an after-school rainbow party, they're setting fire to themselves for the world to see. Way to go, teens of the world! We salute you! (Actually, we're quite concerned. Could…