Deja Lynch is the YouTuber, Depopper, TikTokker and feminist ready to break societal norms. By incorporating her political science degree and love of fashion, Deja Lynch aims to provide fresh perspectives and outfits.
Hold the phone, literally… because phone charms are making a comeback.
Oriana Lacau is the biggest soy milk and berries fan hence why she dedicated her art account to it.
Here, Francheska discusses running her own business, the struggles of sourcing vintage and the importance of timeless pieces.
Nina discusses her start on TikTok, how her style evolves as she grows and trends to watch out for.
Lauren Ladnier is the queen of nails. Based in NYC, Lauren originally went viral for her nail art but has since grown her following with her sense of style, charisma and kindness. We spoke to Lauren about all things nails, beauty and her style. If you ever need nail art inspo, her gram is the place to go to.
Kiara Cengic is the 19 year old brains behind the wellness magazine, Good Condition. As a full time graphic design student, Kiara has used her passion and knowledge to bring together a community that shares a love for wellness.
Spoiler: It’s essentially 70s-esque and a lot of Saks Potts (which is already trendy IMO).
The holidays are a bit unconventional this year but the one thing that doesn’t have to be is your outfit.
You’re welcome, again.
You’re welcome in advance.
Image: @karsen.sj A while back, we did an interview with Grace Hoffman and she mentioned that she had just bought a pair of leg warmers. Because Grace is a trend setter, especially with fashion, if she says they’re making a comeback, they are. With climate change...
Yes. Timothée Chalamet.
Just a Barbra Streisand appreciation post TBH.
13 Things to Know About Nicholas Philmon, TikTok Star and Musician Who Turns Anything into Comedy Gold
Imagine being able to turn any experience into a comedy sketch, that’s the gift Nicholas Philmon has. After a sudden but well deserved blow up on TikTok, Nicholas talks about his music, Mac Miller and how he doesn’t feel famous yet.
You’ve probably seen Syd and her art all over your Pinterest board. Syd started making stickers to share her art with the world and My Teenage Diary was born. Syd talked to us about her art, what it’s like to have a following and her love for 90s Japanese fashion.
Lockdown served as the perfect time for Kayla Toossi to start her own clothing line. Un4gettable serves as a reminder to young girls everywhere that they are special, loved and well, unforgettable.
Wow, it’s already November and 2020 has given us plenty including several new beauty treasures. Here are some beauty trends to keep an eye out for in the coming months.
Imagine dealing with a chronic illness, school, having a social life and running a small business all at once. That’s what Hannah To has been doing for the past 4 years.
Kiana Toossi is more than any average graphic designer. Creating designs with intent and creating a sense of community is Kiana’s end goal. Kiana talked to us about her journey in the creative world, how she helped start Merch for Biden and what it felt like getting her designs copied.
Taylor Smith is the boss lady behind her brand, Taylor Hollan. Taylor Hollan is the hottest brand making patch work cool again. Taylor chats to us about the process of making a piece while still keeping it stylish and sustainable.
You’ve probably seen the earrings all over social media, they’re taking the world by storm and for good reason. We talked to the founder of Shop Zuck and learned all about the journey, you can too.
StarrGirlJewelry is all lovingly made in Los Angeles inspired by everyday things and by the brilliant mind of Bridgette Starr. Here Bridgette talks starting a small business, keeping motivated and her typical routine.
Welcome to LOWEDED Looks where we just talk about our current favourite fashion moments.
Mishka Ivanovic and Buci are changing the fashion game one sustainable piece at a time. Mishka talks about how it all began, the reality of starting your own business and how her childhood and family helped shape Buci into what it is today.
I’ve been rewatching heaps of Disney movies as an ode to better times and wow, The Cheetah Girls really hit the spot. Not to mention… the perfect Halloween group costume.
Cool girl Lucy McFadin is taking over the internet with her refreshing style, perspective and authenticity. Lucy starts off our new series, I Think You’re Cool as she describes her start on social media, her skincare tips and tricks and what’s next for Lucy.
Sydney Wekstein is only 16 but her work ethic, mindset and maturity are beyond her years. Syd discusses how she started World Of My Own, the up and coming brand that’s got Kenzie Ziegler’s stamp of approval.
If you’re wondering how to break into the fashion industry with no experience, look no further. Meet Grace Hoffman – she talks about her animal crossing designs, how she got into styling, styling tips and so much more.
June Flower Vintage, Juice Rack and Quell talk about how Miss Covid has impacted them, sourcing criteria and more.
A review of the outfits Emily wore in ‘Emily In Paris’ from a fashion enthusiast.
Whether you call it Fall or Autumn….I think we can all agree, there are so many things to appreciate about it.
The Vintage Deli, 1004 Studio and Piehole discuss how Covid has changed the way they work, oh and some song recommendations too because you can never get enough music.
Private Jet check 😙✌️
ICYMI, Britney has been under her father’s control for years. It’s time for that to stop. #FreeBritney.
The latest beauty trend is all about sustainability and protecting our marine life.
Apparently this vide has been out since the beginning of quarantine and we’re just finding it now?
With dramatic eye looks becoming the centre of makeup looks, what does this mean for our beloved lippy?
The always sold out bag, AKA “Bushwick Birkin”, just won a major fashion award but it was trendy before that.
With fast fashion, better quality dupes, social media and everyone copying each other – can anyone really be original?
The latest TikTok trend. “You’re a Heather”
How are teens are selling ‘Rare Brandy Melville’ with a 325% markup? The lucrative side of Brandy Melville isn’t what you think.
From one social media addict to another.