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In the spring, the new tiktok trend began to be discussed on the Internet: the hashtag #cottagecore became popular on the main youth social network. Under it, newly minted Influencers post videos of a pastoral lifestyle, as if jumping out of fairy tales with elves, mossy paths, and mysterious garden corners - hence the "cottage," that is, a country house, in the name. Such users use augmented reality masks that turn them into those very elves, tell them how to properly grow roses, and simply show off their themed outfits. We tell you what Cottagecore is and why its approach has become relevant right now.
Who among the city dwellers does not dream sometimes to escape from reality and become closer to nature? With increasing fatigue from the bustle and the crowd, people inevitably begin to idealize the pastoral life and see a special meaning in it. The approach is not new: from the Russian nobility of the 18th and 19th centuries, who did not want to serve the court and retired to their family estates, to American hippies, who saw in everything natural a departure from aggression and militarization, people return again and again to the idea of life in nature as a salvation ideal.
Marie Antoinette, for example, built herself an entire village to enjoy the outdoors and flirt with the notion of the proverbial simple life. The cinematic image of the Queen of France in her straw hats and light, peasant-like gowns can be seen in Sofia Coppola's film of the same name. It is difficult not to recall another obvious example - Leo Tolstoy, whose praise of the rural way of life surrounded by forests and fields became the key to the popular image of the writer. And the phenomenon of the Russian dacha arose precisely because of the aristocracy's desire to vacation in the countryside in the summer. The passion for nature is in some ways universal: the hippies, who appeared many years later in a very different culture, also sought to return to their roots, but already rebelling against the Vietnam War and puritanical morality.
The new "Cottagecore" trend, flourishing in the current turbulent times, echoes in part the visual codes of the '60s. Teens around the world are displaying homemade tai-dai shirts, rubber boots, picnic baskets, gardening tools, floral dresses and blouses and freshly baked pies spread on wooden plates on hand-embroidered linen napkins. The main difference is that now it's a tangible set of things that, moreover, must look good in photographs.