What will we call 2013–2019? Pre-Pandemic Chic? The Trump Years?
With more than 90 million views on TikTok, the “Quantum Jumping” trend has emerged as an online subculture to engineer an ideal existence.
Regardless of how much you love a song, there always comes a breaking point in this age of doomscrolling.
In this candid, anticlimactic and often absurd video trend, everything from shaving your pubes to napping is now considered hot.
Spray-foam furniture is both a feel-good DIY project and a bonafide aesthetic trend, and it looks like it's not going anywhere (yet).
Your life is a movie and you’re the main character. Now edit that montage.
Psychotherapists are now fusing mental health conversations with trends, filters, catchy songs and challenges on TikTok and Instagram to engage with the Gen Z audience.
The pee-based orgasm has made it all the way from Reddit to Teen Vogue.