Love Island: The biggest fashion and beauty trends to emerge from the series including neon clothing and Y2K-inspired buns

Posted by Caroline Edwards in Trends

2 weeks ago

There’s a lot to be said in the aftermath of the latest series of ITV’s reality dating show Love Island, but its impact on pop culture is difficult to argue against. From the memes to the Twitter commentary and influencer-making power (just look at the success of Molly-Mae Hague), the series takes over much of the British public’s lives for the summer.

The latest series came to a close at the end of August and returned for a reunion hosted by presenter Laura Whitmore, which was an opportunity to reflect on just how much of an influence the show had over its two-month course.

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