Girlfriend's All Right

BY Web Intern in General

Reader David Blake brings us this little piece of pure summer adorableness. His impossibly cute three-year-old daughter gets a kick out of Kathy. BUST: We're for the girl in you, and the woman. Ya heard.                      ... Read More
You may not be aware, but you are hurting yourself. Hurting yourself by not listening to First Aid Kit, an adorable and low-maintenance two-girl ensemble from Sweden. Reverse that  damage and dig into their kit for some grade a bandaging. They have lovely voices and play their own instruments to a blend of folk and indie that's truly a tonic. They cover Fleet Foxes! They harmonize! They wear sweaters in the forest! Check them out here , and let the healing ... Read More
This Friday night be sure to check out the grand opening of Old Made, a brand new vintage boutique in Brooklyn brought to you by neighborhood darlings Leah Kroll and Frances Pezik! The shop will not only offer the most adorable in vintage clothing and accessories, but will also bring us revolving art shows, live music, and storefront BBQs! Yep, the neighborhood just got a whole lot cuter. Get in on the fashion action Friday night, July 10, from 7pm - midnight ... Read More

Power Up Your Weekend

BY Team Intern in General

  It's getting late on a Thursday afternoon, and my guess is that it's that time of the week where you start daydreaming your weekend plans. Allow us to provide some smoke and fog to keep your head in the clouds. This Sunday, July 12th, the spectacular new Williamsburg Waterfront show series (at the new Jelly Pool Party Space ) is going all out with a show featuring Ponytail and Jemina Pearl of Be Your Own Pet (who both have graced the glossy pages of ... Read More
        Lewis' newest release 'See Fernando,' a 60's spy-themed parody video full of backdrops with splashes of neon color, car chases, and slow-mo choreographed fight scenes. Lewis herself makes a debut about halfway through the video in an adorable retro Pan Am-esque flight attendant outfit, quickly transitioning into a short trench coat with oval shades and a breezy scarf around her head that keeps her identity under wraps. Yes, her style ... Read More
This morning Bruno visited the Today Show only to have an apparent snafu on air six minutes in and have the show quickly cut to commercial. Although before that, you can hear the staff of the Today Show laugh along to everything he says behind the camera. Interestingly, two days ago Sacha Baron Cohen went on Letterman for an interview, dropping his Austrian fashionista alter ego. Why the sudden flip when just a week ago as Bruno he was giving Conan a very ... Read More
This post goes out to all our pinup loving girls, and especially Celeste, the BUST intern with a love for peep toes and pumps, sweetheart necklines and lots of leg. Painted Pinups is a photo studio based out of Orange County that specializes in recreating the classic pinup looks of the 40's and 50's through individual photo shoots or group parties . Personally, I would love to have a pinup extravaganza for a birthday or bachelorette party. At the event, each ... Read More

Mamma Mia!

BY Lisa in Music Stuff

    I'm a sucker for cool gals playing that good ol' indie folk rock so Mia Riddle's album, Tumble and Drag, gets a lotta play on my iTunes. Check her music out and if you're in NY, catch her and her band tomorrow night at one of my favorite Brooklyn venues, the Bell House. And if good jams weren't enough to bring you out, they'll be serving free Brooklyn lager from 7:30 - 8:30. Looks like Thursday night's in the ... Read More

Yoo Hoo!

BY Brooke Moreland in General

Have you heard of Gertrude Berg? Didn't think so. Unfortunately this feminist media mogul of yesteryear has completely disappeared from our consciousnesses. Thankfully, a new documentary, 'Yoo Hoo Mrs. Goldberg,' is premiering this Friday in NYC that brings to light the life of this admirable lady. Gertrude was best known for writing, producing and staring in her own TV show in the 40s and 50s, Yoo Hoo Mrs. Goldberg, which was the first character driven domestic ... Read More
When I went to see Dali: Painting and Film at MoMA last year, I was fascinated by an animated short film that Dali collaborated with Walt Disney to create. It was called Destino and was a 7 minute long love story of Chronos and his ill-fated longing for a mortal female. While Dali started working on storyboards in 1945, the studios' financial woes from World War Two put the project on hold indefinitely. It was until the late 90s that Disney animators took on the ... Read More