- Jan 27, 2019
The 2018 youth trends are bursting by the seams with examples of playful, creative and even charitable initiatives. From MAD Architects' modernist rooftop Courtyard Kindergarten in China to the interactive high-tech park dubbed 'Alice: The Return to Wonderland,' there is room for both education and entertainment amid the 2018 youth trends.

Aside from architecture, there are some pretty cool product releases and collaborative campaigns. Three Little Hens, for example, launched its 'Toothless Monster' which playfully embraces the myth of the Tooth Fairy by 'magically' gaining teeth when a child loses one of their own. In terms of social good initiatives, on-demand delivery service foodora partnered with the SickKids Foundation to bring a festive joy to children who are unable to spend the holidays at home.

To learn more about youth innovations for the year ahead, check out Trend Hunter's 2019 Trend Report.

From Dynamic Rooftop Playgrounds to Charitable Food Delivery Projects: