At the last real day of CES (before Kanye showed up and tried to make the vacant halls of Thursday a “thing”), Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey held a public discussion to clue us all in on his efforts to make Twitter better.
But hey! Forget the hate speech, Nazis, account-muting, and general directionlessness of Dorsey’s social media devil child for a sec. What the people really wanted to know about were Jack’s SHOES.
2018 was a year for bad takes, but also for pretty awful fashion trends.
The ’90s revival has been fun, but let’s leave the aughts in the aughts. This year saw a resurgence in horrors like low-rise jeans, boot cuts, and the most disastrous of all, Uggs. And in addition to reviving trends that we wish had stayed in the early 2000s, 2018 saw a slew of new terrible trends, too.
Here are seven fashion trends of 2018 that just shouldn’t exist.
1. Boot cut jeans
Mogu, a Tencent-backed service that offers fashion content and products to young women, has joined a string of Chinese tech companies pressing ahead to sell their shares through initial public offerings in the U.S. before year’s end. Mogu priced its sale at $14 per share on Wednesday, toward the lower end of a marketed range. […]