TikTok

Culture

TikTok has fallen in love with 70s roller rink aesthetic

50 years after the roller skating boom of the 70s, Gen-Z is buying skates in their droves amid a viral TikTok craze.
Eva Short
4 days ago
News

Facebook’s newest video making app sounds a lot like TikTok

You might recognise more than a couple of features from Collab.
Jenna Mahale
4 days ago
Fashion

How cottagecore became this season’s most idyllic trend

Before the pastoral aesthetic went viral on TikTok, it was seen on the spring/summer 20 runways of Dior, Jacquemus and Louis Vuitton.
Zoë Kendall
5.27.20
Culture

How an Irish dancing TikTok broke the internet

Morgan Bullock has set the internet alight with her takes on traditional dances set to Janet Jackson, Koffee and Megan Thee Stallion bangers.
Mary McGill
5.26.20
Culture

How triggering pro-anorexia content found a new home on TikTok

As the platform has grown in popularity, particularly during lockdown, a worrying amount of unhealthy eating disorder content has begun to flourish on TikTok's FYP.
Alice Crossley
5.20.20
Culture

TikTok has reinvented the teenage bedroom

Snogging your hand in secret? Worshipping the posters of pop stars on your bedroom wall? All this has changed in the age of Tiktok.
Emma Madden
5.5.20
Fashion

How to get scouted by IMG (on Instagram and TikTok)

The iconic agency’s We Love Your Genes drive is finding the faces of tomorrow without even leaving the house. Which is good, really, because we’re not allowed to leave the house.
Roisin Lanigan
4.30.20
Music

The internet belongs to the Barbz

In an ever-changing world plagued by uncertainty, Nicki Minaj stans are our only constant.
Douglas Greenwood
4.27.20
Culture

Dark Academia is the witchy literary aesthetic sweeping TikTok

Reading 18th century French literature, practicing script, oil painting... the latest internet trend is the perfect cozy quarantine mood.
Caroline Edwards
4.24.20
News

TikTok’s new feature to protect kids online is pretty flawed

Without age verification, the internet can be a dangerous place for young people. But how do we protect teenagers from ostracisation and abusive homes without asking for a parent’s approval?
Douglas Greenwood
4.17.20
Opinion

This girl is right: 2013 was a cultural reset

From The Harlem Shake to Lorde's debut, we truly were not worthy.
Douglas Greenwood
4.6.20
Culture

This 18-year-old California kid makes pottery on TikTok

Dax Newman has racked up millions of followers by posting videos of his mug-making endeavours online.
Douglas Greenwood
4.3.20
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