Pop culture emojis have taken basic emojis and expanded them to include a wide variety of current ideas and perspectives that capture the average Millennial. While the usual heart-eyed smiley face is a great go-to emoticon, these emojis include other ways to express basic thoughts using celebrities, subcultures, movies and more.
Celebrity emojis such Kim Kardashian's Kimojis and Fabolous' YoungEmOGis, utilize both of the star's aesthetics -- and faces -- to offer emoticons such as a crying face Kim Kardashian as well as NYC basketball jerseys. Fashionable Millennials can also benefit form these pop culture emojis. While NYFW unleashed a line of emojis for its five days of fashion, Italian label Versace launched a collection of emoticons suited for luxury fashion lovers.
These pop culture emojis also include the Afro Emoji which pertains to West African Millennials.
From Couture Emoji Apps to Rap Star Emojis
Malika Renee Butss — February 22, 2016 — Pop Culture
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