If you were born anywhere from 1997 to 2015, you fall into the Gen Z category. While some of the older people in this group may think they’re more like millennials, the Gen Z category is flexible. Depending on who you ask, Gen Z might go from 2000 onwards. Either way, Gen Z is the teenagers and young adults of today. They’re the people dominating trends and taking over the internet. Our articles cover everything you need to know about the latest gen z trends. It might be a environmental cause that everyone is talking about or the latest aesthetic that Gen Z has created on TikTok. If you want to understand Gen Z, you’re in the right place. Read more in the articles below.
The future is here. You may have heard of Forbes’ iconic “30 under 30” or “power lists”. We thought it was time to turn our attention to the next-generation of influencers, entrepreneurs, and leaders who are changing the industry from the inside. These Gen-Zers are fighting everything from the patriarchy to climate change and fast fashion.
TikTok is the king of trends. The viral video-sharing app has become the unlikely home of fashion and beauty trends (along with just about everything else!) online. Do you want to lean how to make whipped lemonade? Go to TikTok. Do you want a review on the latest Kylie Cosmetic collection? It’ll be on TikTok. Do you want to shake up your makeup routine? TikTok is the perfect place to start looking. While Instagram has had its day in the sun, TikTok is able to turn a viral video into a trial quickly than you can say “video sharing”.
TikTok is where we all go for the latest trend. The video sharing app experienced a turbo charge of growth during the pandemic, going from a niche platform to the app that is calling the shots for every trend. It’s YouTube for the next-generation of wannabe makeup artists and beauty enthusiasts. Gen Z are everywhere you look on the app, bringing in new trends and genius makeup hacks that we never knew we needed.
One of the biggest trends in beauty right now is neon. It’s neon lights everywhere you look. The resurgence of the beauty trends is in no small part due to the Y2K aesthetic, which is making everyone experiment with colour. It’s no surprise that after almost 18 months of living through a pandemic, that people want to see colour back in their lives. Neon eyeshadow is an easy way to experiment with colour without having to buy a whole new makeup bag.
Y2K is one of the biggest trends right now. Whether it’s fashion or beauty, everyone is talking about the trends that dominated the early 2000s. Whether it’s nostalgia for millennials or discovering trends for the first time, Y2K is one aesthetic that we’re seeing everywhere. Everyone from beauty editors to celebrities and influencers are rocking the Y2K trends. Whether it’s space buns, thin brows, or ombre lips, it’s time to shake up your beauty routine with a touch of Y2K. We’re deep diving into the world of Y2K to see what all the hype is about and the trends that everyone is talking about. Spoiler alert: it’s more than just an aesthetic, it’s a way of life.
Is the reign of LinkedIn about to come to an end? It may have found a competitor in the most unlikely of places. When it comes to TikTok, most of us see it as an alternative to Instagram and any other social media platform that focuses on short videos that can go viral overnight. It’s not just Instagram that has to be worried about losing its popularity to TikTok, LinkedIn has to be worried as well.
Last summer is when TikTok had its first major moment. Given that most of the world was still in lockdown, we didn’t get to take full advance of the new TikTok trends during the summer. Now, the world is finally starting to open up and it’s never been a better time to take a look at what’s trending on TikTok.
The 90’s fashion is one of the most iconic and standout epoques in fashion. The less bizarre than the 80’s yet not less interesting combinations and pieces that stand out with their simplicity, elements that marked a decade. It is interesting to observe how cycles in fashion keep coming around and are being recycled, yet the 90’s has left the most prominent mark and its comeback is engraved in the classics list. While the list goes on and on and can be summarized by ‘dad’s fashion’, there is more that we would like to turn your attention to. While some might only come back the second time around for season, there are undoubtedly others that have become a must have. Here are some of our favourite parts of the back in the days trends that are turning heads to themselves once again:
Thanks to Tumblr and TikTok, there’s a new aesthetic on the scene. ‘Dark Academia’ is a dream come true for any book nerd. If you’ve ever wished you could transport yourself away to a Defence Against the Dark Arts class at Hogwarts, then it’s likely this aesthetic is right up your street. It’s a blend of classic fashion staples with a neutral-colour palette and mysterious aura. The term ‘Dark Academia’ refers to the aesthetic overall, which includes gothic architecture and classical music.
Fingers crossed; this is the last season we’ll be stuck at home because of the pandemic. Staying in doors and working from home doesn’t mean that we have to give up the latest fashion trends. A year on from the pandemic, our fashion style has changed to accommodate our unexpected lifestyles. If you’re tired of working from home in your loungewear or gym gear, these are four trends you can add to your spring wardrobe to update your look and give you a fresh perspective. Hopefully by the end of spring, we’ll all be back in the pub, showing off our latest outfit purchases. Until then, here’s our top picks of what to wear at home this spring.
Before the pandemic hit, TikTok was app that few of us took seriously. In fact, most of us swore to never download it. Then the pandemic hit, and everything changed. With endless hours in the days that we needed to fill, TikTok became the leading social media platform by the end of 2020. While we often associate Instagram with fashion trends, TikTok is rivalling the app for its fashion crown. With its viral videos, TikTok has become a breeding ground for every type of subculture. The algorithm allows you to curate your ‘for you page’ to reflect your fashion and personality.
TikTok is an app most of us swore to stay away from before the pandemic. A lot can change in a year. It’s now an app we look at before even checking out Instagram or Twitter. The app, which is dominated by Generation Z and Millennials, has come to dominate the fashion trends. Who would have thought the app would have the power to cancel skinny jeans? We’re rounding up a few of our favorite fashion trends from TikTok that everyone is obsessed with.