From green to stamp collecting: this week’s fashion trends

Going up

‘Skintellectuals’ Super-informed beauty shoppers who know their nicotinamide from their retinol.

‘Duh’ The Tyra Banks-approved way to show you think what someone has said isn’t worth much cop.

Green From Rihanna’s lime-coloured nails to the olive shades that are all over the high street, it’s good to go green this summer.

Vegan Meatballs on the menu at IKEA

Meatless meatballs, anyone? Photograph: William Van Hecke/Corbis via Getty Images

Meatless meatballs Your Ikea lunch is set to get a plant-based option. Just add lingonberry.

Mood rings Amazon is reportedly working on a wearable gizmo that can recognise human emotions. We’ll stick to the 90s accessory, thanks.

Egg heads Reap the benefits of a yolky hair mask with TonyMoly’s Haeyo Mayo condiment-style concoction. No cracking needed.

Going down

Bog-standard trainers Balenciaga has added LEDs to the heels of its Track Trainer, bringing back memories of LA Gear’s 90s must-haves.

Rosé Vermouth is the drink of the summer. Belsazar does a rosé version if you’re still keen to drink pink.

Watercolour ink Minimalist designs in black and grey are among the top tattoo trends this year.

Postage Stamp

Photograph: Getty Images

Philately A collector of Supreme sports items recently sold 1,300 accessories for £200,000 at Sotheby’s. Stamp collecting just got a lot less appealing.

Double cleansing Time-consuming. Actor Shailene Woodley uses body wash to remove makeup – efficient.

Identiskirts The leopard-print midi – as seen around the world in 100% polyester – now has a dedicated Instagram account (@leopardmidiskirt).

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