Fashion > Fashion

Goblincore: the fashion trend that embraces ‘chaos, dirt and mud'

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

Sales of clothes and accessories featuring mushrooms, snails, frogs and worms are booming, but why now? Mushrooms, toads and moss might not be the most celebrated of nature's creations, but thanks to goblincore, an aesthetic that is blossoming online as well as in forests, the danker, gnarlier side of nature is enjoying a moment in the sun. According to the TikTok user froggiecrocs , AKA Parker, who has more than 90,000 followers who tune in for his goblincore content, it “romanticizes the ugly, lesser appreciated parts of the natural world”. Its trappings include animal skulls and...
Read more ...

 


Search by Tags

   Fashion      Retail industry      TikTok  


The only makeup product you need right now is a beauty balm

The only makeup product you need right now is a beauty balm

How multi-purpose beauty balms, including the viral Jones Road's Miracle Balm, are your secret weapon to a perfect no-makeup makeup look. Read more ...

The best Team USA Olympics 2021 apparel, jerseys and gear for Tokyo

The best Team USA Olympics 2021 apparel, jerseys and gear for Tokyo

Stock up on your red, white and blues in support of Team USA at the Tokyo Summer Olympics, with patriotic 'fits for the whole family. Read more ...

Lori Harvey Announces That Her Skin Care Line, SKNxLH, Will Be Dropping Soon

By emerald elitou · July 26, 2021July 26, 2021 It looks like fashion and beauty influencer Lori Harvey may be getting into the business of skincare according to her Instagram... Read more ...

The analogue, cinematic world of Andrea Riba a.k.a Miss Cinematica

The analogue, cinematic world of Andrea Riba a.k.a Miss Cinematica

Words and Interview by Eva Davidová Andrea Riba a.k.a Miss Cinematica is photographer, cinematographer and creative director currently based in Los Angeles. Her intriguing... Read more ...

“Everything stood still.” Irina photographed by Marvin Chrisson

“Everything stood still.” Irina photographed by Marvin Chrisson

Words by Danni Lee Jackson Irina Lozovaya photographed by Marvin Chrisson Still. I felt still. For the first time in a long time. Although at first my toes immersed into the... Read more ...