You’ve heard of Cottagecore. Now get ready for its frog-loving, mushroom-gathering sister aesthetic, Goblincore, that’s bringing foraging back into the mainstream.
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Elizabeth Joy is on a mission to make eco-friendly and socially-conscious fashion more accessible.
Because no one brings back Y2K without inviting the one and only Blair Waldorf.
The tramp stamp tattoo has always had a negative stigma around it. This article is here to change that.
War: what is it good for? Innovation, apparently. These wartime inventions have become so everyday, you might not realize they started out in war.
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From Cher’s yellow suit in Fancy to Stranger Things to Vaporwave, the 80s aesthetic has been waiting to happen…again.
Before Dark Academia, the Slytherin Aesthetic was the gothic boarding school look of the internet.
The e-girl aesthetic mixes fashion, internet history, and what it means to grow up online. Like her predecessors, the e-girl is no stranger to flak.
Clad in pearls, lace, and soft pastels, angelcore borrows Catholic imagery to create an ethereal style and send a powerful message.