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Denim has been a mainstay in our lives since… well, forever. But the standard jeans of your younger years are no more.Skinnies are already dying a slow and painful death (thankfully) with looser styles reigning on the catwalks and in celebrity wardrobes.But some famous faces have taken denim to the next level, customising jeans to a point where they are barely recognisable.From Kendall Jenner’s invisible style to extreme slits pioneered by Rihanna and Ariel Winter, here’s just a few potential trends to look out for.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:You can show off your bare bum in Vetements’ new jeans10 denim pieces that every woman should ownA bedazzled burger box now exists thanks to designer Julien Macdonald
Scooch over men. Literally. Because it’s time to make room for womanspreading.You’ve heard of manspreading right? You know that habit some men have to spread their legs unnecessarily wide, usually on public transport.While some argue it genuinely is more comfortable for the male of the species to sit in that position, others believe the spread-eagled stance is a way of displaying dominance.But whatever the reason, women have had enough of it. So, to fight back they are uncrossing their legs and creating their own version of the power position.Make way for womanspreading people.Lead by celebrities such as Bella Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski, Chrissy Teigen and Jennifer Lopez, the trend is fast taking over Instagram.A quick search of the hashtag #womanspreading throws up hundreds of posts of women in various poses with their legs spread apart.While some are likely poking fun at the traditional manspread position, others portray women adopting an “I own this space, what of it” power pose.It’s not the first time that celebrities have spawned a trend on Instagram. Earlier this year the Bambi pose was all over social media.That was preceded by the worrying ribcage bragging, which saw a whole host of celebrities and social media influencers taking to their feeds to share images of their proudly protruding ribcages.Less concerning, but equally as bonkers was the summer trend where festival goers were all about covering their breasts in sparkles. That was swiftly followed by women turning their boobs into squishy, fleshy hearts. People still aren’t sure why?!And just this week, crown brows became the latest bizarre beauty trend on Instagram.Going back to womanspreading, what seems to be most notable about the craze is that the poses women are pulling have shifted somewhat into a more casual, nonchalant stance.Women are certainly manspreading but when they do it, it’s more relaxed, more glamorous and less, well manly.So while Bella Hadid is pulling a manspread on what looks like a private jet, at least she’s not inconveniencing anyone on their morning commute.Here’s our pick of the female celebrities pulling their very best womanspread.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Donald Trump has become an unwitting fashion influencerVictoria’s Secret Fashion Show 2017: The highlightsChristina Aguilera was almost unrecognisable with minimal make-up at the AMAs
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Fanny pack, bum bag or belt bag: Whatever you call it, one thing’s for sure – you’ll be digging yours out and wearing it again soon (and not just at festivals).London Fashion Week Men’s has proved that the ultimate 80s and 90s accessory is back. Again. The hands-free bag made a brief comeback in 2016 when Alexander Wang reworked the throwback fashion in suede. Shortly after, Karl Lagerfeld sent numerous models down the catwalk at Chanel wearing a version of the trend.But this weekend at LFWM SS18, the accessory proved it’s more relevant than ever. We spotted dozens of style-savvy males rocking bum bags – both on and off the catwalk.So, can you see yourself working the trend?Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:LFWM: Who to look out for in the June 2017 collectionsYour need-to-know on what’s going on in the fashion worldLondon Fashion Week Men’s: The designers showing co-ed collections this June