She’s the youngest self-made billionaire ever (she earned that crown aged only 21), owns a company worth over £750 million and is one of the most talked-about Kardashians in the clan.
But while her business acumen and Instagram account rack up a whole lot of attention (unsurprisingly, since her army of followers stands at 168 million), it’s her outfit choices that have us girl crushing a million times over. We’re talking about Kylie Jenner, of course.
As we approach day 6136198 of lockdown (turns out restaurants, bars and non-essential shops are pretty much our only hobbies), we’ve just about got used to a new sartorial stance. We said a fond farewell to our jeans, poplin shirts and blazers and replaced them with *all* the loungewear. Cashmere, sweatpants and more cashmere.
But even our most-loved pair of yoga leggings and softest sweatshirt can sometimes make us yawn. If you’re stuck in a self-isolation wardrobe rut, there’s no better place than the Instagram account of Kylie Jenner to head for inspiration.
She *nails* laid-back fashion, sometimes even opting for comfies to the club. Remember when she donned that pair of Alexander Wang logo elastic leggings on a night out in Los Angeles? Teamed with PU court shoes and a flattering white body, she looked just about ready to kick off her heels and roll into bed. And that’s the kind of look we’re into these days.
We decided to delve deep into the Kylie J archives and what greeted us was, predictably, a whole array of lockdown-appropriate get-ups which will take us from video call to sofa in one smooth move. Up there with our favourites? Her leather shirt and grey tracksuits combo. Business at the top, party down the bottom.
Although most of the pieces Kylie has worn are now out of stock (she seems to have that effect), we’ve recreated her looks with a selection of luxury and high street loungewear.
A Top Tattoo Artist in NYC Reveals the Ink Everyone Will Be Getting in 2020
Navigating the plight that is choosing your next tattoo can feel like a solo journey in mapless territory. There is no GPS to meaningful body art; no Complete Encyclopedia to Dainty Ink You Won’t Regret, like the one Hailey Baldwin has seemingly forgotten to release to the public.
What you can do, of course, is look to the pros to tell you which designs will see a spike in popularity in the coming months, plus which ones to ditch, and let that be your tattoo guide. That’s where we come in. So what trends can you expect in the new year?
“Watercolor tattoos are slowly disappearing, as well as the hype of the stick-and-poke tattoos,” said Trudy Lines, a top tattooist at the celebrity-favorite Bang Bang Tattoo in New York City. “But minimalistic tattoos will continue in 2020. The illustrative black line-work style will stay.”
She added that this year, more and more people will be going back to “thoughtful and strategic tattoo planning” than they have in the past. “The design process and the pre-tattoo phase will become more important as opposed to just getting a bunch of smaller tattoos to start with.”
Ready for some inspiration? Ahead, Lines breaks down 2020’s raddest designs, placements, and color trends to inspire your next tattoo.