A group of artists, businesspeople, and celebrities are ushering in the slow fashion movement and putting an end to the fast fashion industry.
Welcome 2023 with vibrant red hair. Vivid Magenta may be Pantone’s color of the year, but it doesn’t have to be yours.
The indie aesthetic comes in and out of style just like any other subculture-based fashion. And now? It’s back baby.
From Cher’s yellow suit in Fancy to Stranger Things to Vaporwave, the 80s aesthetic has been waiting to happen…again.
The soft girl aesthetic is just one of the many microtrends to come out of the 2020s. It features pastel colors and a love of being unabashedly feminine.
Clad in pearls, lace, and soft pastels, angelcore borrows Catholic imagery to create an ethereal style and send a powerful message.
Heather Duke’s sense of style makes her just as iconic as Chandler and McNamara, even if she isn’t necessarily as respected as them.
Sailor Mars’s fits are some of the best in Sailor Moon. Here’s a quick look at her fashion sense and some basics to help you start dressing like her.
Ancient Minoan fashion was bright, lively, and revealing. In some ways, it wasn’t all that different from later historical fashion trends or today’s fashion trends.
Most of us will never be able to afford a multi-million-dollar house, let alone the most expensive shoes in the world, which are going for nearly $20 million.
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.
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.
The cheongsam embodies cultural, political, and social change, proving that history is about more than just big movements.
Reddit’s r/SkincareAddiction and r/AsianBeauty are the internet’s dermatologist. Here’s some of their best advice.
Ink wells, plaid pea coats, and Greek poetry. These are a few of Dark Academia’s favorite things in an age when arts and humanities are increasingly devalued.
Elizabeth Joy is on a mission to make eco-friendly and socially-conscious fashion more accessible.