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Everything old is new again! Models Colleen Heidemann (who you may recognize from Advanced Style) and Anastasia Willow Sanchez rock '60s and '70s-inspired looks in our April/May issue of BUST in A Fashionable Fantasy Visit To Grandma's House. With photography by Jeaneen Lund, styling by Kime Buzzelli, makeup by Dina Gregg and hair by Amber Duarte, it's one of our favorite fashion editorials yet. ON ANASTASIA: THE END CAT-EYE SUNGLASSES, VINTAGE LUGGAGE SET, AND HEART SOCKS, ETSY.
In the words of Peter Allen, "Everything old is new again!" Reclaim is the name, and upcycling is the game. As we all know, upcycling not only looks great, but helps create less garbage, thus minimizing environmental impact significantly more than recycling alone.  And let's be honest, it just looks cool. We've put together a list of  the coolest repurposed products that will help revamp — not cramp — your ethical ambiance.  You can find online or in person at BUST's upcoming Spring Craftacular in LA on Saturday, May 7th.
The girls in Hinds take us on a tour of their rock ’n’ roll hometown Photo by Miqui Brightside “Madrid is a huge rock ’n’ roll city—it’s so hip, it’s so free, it’s so open minded,” says Carlotta Cosials, singer and guitarist of the garage band Hinds. “It’s cool, but the city itself doesn’t know it, which is even cooler.
Susana Blasco creates haunting art drawn from vintage photos overlaid with contrasting, colorful images, creating a startling and beautiful juxtaposition of not only old and new but in some also color and black and white. Blasco is an artist and graphic designer based in Spain, where she creates the visual contradictions and reimagined photographs. This particular collection uses bold colors and a great deal of negative space to draw attention to the more subtle vintage pictures.
You probably know Diane Guerrero as Orange Is The New Black’s Maritza, the Latina inmate who loves pizza, is best friends with Flaca, and always has an impeccable cat eye. Or you might know her as Jane the Virgin’s Lina, Jane’s party girl bestie and coworker. Offscreen, Diane has become an advocate for immigrant rights after going viral with an LA Times op-ed and CNN interview last year.
I had almost forgotten that “bitch” is an actual term in the elite, show-dog world until I heard it being used properly and without malice at the Pennsylvania Hotel the night before Westminster.Like we do every year, my neighbor and I had gone to creep on the very expensive, pampered dogs. We were hanging out in the “poop room” - the large space in the hotel’s basement where handlers can take their dogs to relieve themselves without touching their paws to New York City concrete - when I saw a mini pinscher wearing what looked like a colorfully patterned diaper.
“I was playing with Barbies until I was thirteen!” Misty Copeland beams as she twirls her way through the YouTube video, uploaded yesterday, announcing a new Barbie doll in her likeness, designed by Linda Kyaw. The boundary-busting ballerina gives advice for facing your fears (“Just do it!”), not setting limits on your dreams, pursuing your passions, and working hard for your success.
“I Think If She Were a Man, She Would Have Been President” Renée Elise Goldsberry already had a jam-packed resume when she auditioned for the musical Hamilton. The triple-threat actress listed several Broadway roles, as well as numerous hit TV shows including Ally McBeal, One Life to Live and The Good Wife, among her credits. But when joining Hamilton, the juggernaut musical that has taken Broadway by storm, Goldsberry can no include another addition in her skills set: rapping.
In the film Echo Park (out now), Sophie flees her bourgeois lifestyle and moves to LA's Echo Park, where she meets Alex, an expat moving back to London, while buying his couch. Alex shows Sophie around the neighborhood, where he is well-liked and has made even a pocket of L.A. seem like a small town community.  Because Alex is leaving L.A. shortly, the two invest in a low-risk relationship with a pre-set expiration date. As the date gets closer, the consequences of the emotional predicament they find themselves in begins to materialize.
Jillian Keenan wants us to talk, and she wants to put the conversation in motion with her memoir, Sex With Shakespeare: Here’s Much to Do with Pain, But More with Love. In 2012, by way of a New York Times Modern Love essay, Keenan, a journalist, outed herself as a spanking fetishist. It took her years to come to terms with this innate part of her sexuality and she did it with the help of the Bard. Here, Keenan spoke with us about her journey, her fetish, and why she sees Sex with Shakespeare as a book about human rights and children’s rights.