There are certain trends we’re a tad hesitant about. The return of scrunchies (thanks Mansur Gavriel), fashion(?) Crocs, squiggle brows and blurred lips. But perhaps the most divisive of all is the 80s staple that is crimped hair.

Yup, it’s back in full force on the runways and on celebs. The leader of the pro-crimp movement? None other than Beyoncé. She recently posted pics on Instagram swinging her fully crimped ponytail. But it wasn’t a one-off. She’s since posted more crimp-tastic images on her Insta, making the wavy hairstyle seem not only glam but also very 2018.

And she’s not alone. Dating back to 2016, other stars favored crimping on the red carpet. From Gabrielle Union to Anna Kendrick, the hair trend is becoming pretty pervasive.

Of course, designers have been brazenly experimenting with crimped hair for a few years now — it even appeared on a haute couture runway. While they tend to adhere to the go big or go home mantra, there are some looks that can translate to real life, like crimped tails on ponies or layered crimps under straighter strands.

Ready to try? Here are 22 examples of how to crimp in 2018, without a hint of 80s irony.

Getting dressed for work is always a difficult task. Add the unbearable elements of winter into the mix and your morning is pretty much shot. In order to help you navigate the chilling temperatures and your office’s dress code, we rounded up 18 cute winter work outfits that will keep you both warm and stylish.

Whether you’re headed to dinner, out on the town, to work on a casual Friday, or to a night of events, there’s nothing easier than throwing on jeans and heels. However, if you’re not switching up your other styling pieces, we understand how you can think your look is getting redundant after a while. Good news: The possibilities are truly endless, so if you’re feeling a little uninspired by the classic combo, today we’re here to help you with a whopping 26 jeans-and-heels street style looks to emulate this season. From statement sweaters to oversize coats, you’re going to love these outfit ideas.

emma-roberts-turned-around-denim-shirt-forgot-swimsuitOne of the first things we would do in Miami is slip into a swimsuit, and that is precisely what Emma Roberts did. The star checked out the beach scene in a peach-colored one-piece and wore a pair of Converse sneakers instead of flip-flops.

Though the Mikoh bathing suit was revealing — it plunged low in the front — Emma brought along a cover-up: the Mother x Jacquie Aiche denim shirt. From the front, the button-down looked just like any chambray top, but once Emma turned around, you could clearly make out evil-eye embroidery and her name. The monogrammed design appears to be a celebrity favorite, as both Gigi Hadid and Karlie Kloss own the same piece.

The models styled theirs with jeans, but we particularly like Emma’s beach spin. As every star knows, a cover-up is a good way to prevent sunburns, and the denim shirt was a good alternative to the sarong. Read on to see Emma’s entire beach outfit, then shop similar shirts and swimsuits ahead.

No one wants to purposefully put themselves into that awkward same-dress situation at a party, but when our inside sources at ASOS tell us a few key items are currently selling by the truckload for the festive season, it’s wise to pay attention. From our analysis, it appears that the style hoards are all just as keen as we are to step away from the obvious party-dressing rules and regulations and inject a little personality, newness and fun into the proceedings. This doesn’t mean you can’t rely on the classic formula of an LBD and heels, but the party-wear scene has opened up and is more varied than ever. So why not make the most of a good thing?

From the accessories that have 2017 written into their DNA through to the layering technique that instantly puts party frocks into the present day, we’ve delved into the e-commerce giant’s stats to guide you through their offerings. The twists and tweaks you can apply to your after-dark wardrobe means no two outfits will ever be a carbon copy—even if you do end up buying the same slip as your best friend. We all know that working out how to shop on ASOS when you’re time-poor and distracted by a thousand-and-one other things can be tricky, so consider this a fast track to your festive look.

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1. knee-high party boots

Style Notes: Party shoes are all well and good, but party boots? Well that’s a very clever idea indeed. A neat way to keep warm and make a bold statement at the same time, is it any wonder that festive knee-highs (think metallic leather, sequins and embroidery) are being bought by the coolest girls?

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2. silver anything and everything

Jeanette Friis Madsen (far left) and our editorial director have both snapped up the silver sequin ASOS Edition Drop Waist All Over Sequin Midi Dress (£150) that’s going great guns on the site right now. Sparkle this season really does revolve around silver tones, so if you invest in one item for the party season, make it something in this metal.

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3. party power sleeves

For girls who like their hemlines high and their statements loud, these bold-sleeved cocktail dresses are proving to be very popular—with the ASOS Edition Cocktail Mini Dress (£65) being the leader of the ’80s-inspired pack.

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4. statement suits

ASOS’s insider, Debbie Shasanya, picked out this striped suit first, pairing it with mismatched boots and some statement earrings—the perfect work-to-cocktails combination, don’t you think? Plenty of other girls agree, with many swapping dresses this Christmas in favour of two-piece tailored get-ups.

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5. zebra prints

Forget florals, leave leopard print for a second and focus your attentions on another print that’s flying out of stores right now: zebra. We all know monochrome works easily with most of what you wear, but there are more colourful zebra-print pieces making tills ring too. Add a red coat—like this ASOS Balloon Sleeve Coat (£110)—to a zebra dress and hear the compliments roll in.

hudsonLast night, Kate Hudson posted a photo of Leonardo DiCaprio to her Instagram. The photo, dating back to 1997, wasn’t a shout-out to the Academy Award-winning actor for his work in Spielberg or climate change education, however. Instead, the side-by-side image was of their matching hairstyles, posted with the caption: “Who wore it better? #hairspiration.”
Back in July, Hudson shaved her head for an upcoming role in the film Sister, written and directed by singer/songwriter Sia. Now several months later, the buzzcut is grown out to a short brunette pixie. By the looks of her Instagram, it seems Hudson is experimenting with the style, adding product to her hair for some texture and spiking the longer ends. In doing so, she apparently pulled some major beauty inspiration from the young Leo.
In October, Hudson admitted to Ellen DeGeneres that it was a bit of a struggle managing her new haircut. “I’m starting to go through the first awkward stage of the growing out,” she told the host. “It’s, like, sticking up. I have to put it down with product, so it’s interesting.” She even suggested she might try to pull off a mullet some time in the near future — similar to Kristen Stewart’s current hair situation.
Getting a matching tattoo with your best friend or dedicating a piece of ink to a lost loved one isn’t a new concept — but the latest way people are choosing to do so certainly is. Enter: DNA tattoos.
Typically, the kind of trends we see in this department come in the form of small, dainty designs or symbolic body art etched on the likes of Hollywood’s elite. But the latest fad is in a league of its own — which, according to The New York Times, involves imbuing the DNA of a loved one into tattoo ink.
Primarily recognized by underground artist as “morbid ink,” this process has been further developed by Patrick Duffy’s Endeavor Life Sciences. Here’s how it works: Everence, a powdery substance, is synthesized from a sample of DNA — like from the inside of someone’s mouth, carbonized hair, or cremated ashes, for example. The New York Times explained that customers mail these DNA samples to Endeavor’s laboratory in Quonset, R.I., where it is then “milled, sterilized, and enclosed in microscopic capsules of PMMA.” The samples are then brought in to a tattoo artist, where they then mixed it in with the ink.
Reportedly, this practice is safe for injection because the non-biodegradable polymer used doesn’t absorb into the skin, which eliminates the risk of being recognized by the immune system. However, it doesn’t come without risk. As of right now, tattoo ink is recognized by the FDA as a cosmetic — meaning it’s not regulated (although the administration does caution consumers about potential infections and dangers of tattoos).
And it will cost you — $675 to be exact. This includes the kit to retrieve the DNA, the process of creating the powder, and the eventual return to the client months later. “Initially, Everence will take a limited amount of pre-orders to gauge demand,” reported The New York Times. “The company will offer payment plans for those who cannot afford to pay all at once.”
After four years in the making, Everence joins the ranks of other biogenic innovators like Skin46 and CGLabs — creating the kind of tattoos not even the biggest opposers could resist.

While her new album has been toppling sales records, Taylor Swift has been busy promoting it with a slew of performances and appearances. Although she’s worn everything from bomber jackets to sequined dresses, all of her recent looks have one common element: combat boots. Since debuting Reputation, Swift has worn the trend with nearly every single outfit, both on stage and off.

So what does her covetable boot collection consist of? Most recently, she wore the Fendi Logo Biker Boots ($1150) for a performance in London this weekend, though she’s worn versions by Michael Kors and Prada for other outings. If these looks are any indication, we think we know exactly what to expect for her upcoming stadium tour costumes: a lot more combat boots.

For Joesendra, this is only her second fashion week showing, following her presentation at a Fashion World on this January. It was meant to be about getting back out there and doing it on its own over Street Market in New York and London, as well as IT Hong Kong, approached her about orders.

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