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BUST has the exclusive premiere of Kim Boekbinder’s video for “Head Bitch In Charge (H.B.I.C.),” and this is sure to be your power anthem and fashion inspiration for the summer. Within the first 30 seconds, I was ready to throw on the weirdest shit I could find in my closet, sashay over to a warehouse party, and bless the dancefloor with limb-swinging moves. (So I’ve never actually been to a warehouse party, but I did watch that episode of Girls. I think it is my...
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I am originally from the Dominican Republic, and my family is somewhat traditional. I lived with my dad until I left home to go to grad school, and my sister Claire lived there until she got married at 23. She is now 33 and has a loving husband, a dog and two kids. I am 35, and sometimes it feels like my biggest personal accomplishment is that I once slept 12 hours in a row. Pathetic. But that’s not true. I have worked very hard to...
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Check out these summer style photos from BUST's June/July 2017 issue, featuring ensembles that look fashionably perfect on the farm modeled by L.A. Witch members Ellie English, Irita Pai, and Sade Sanchez.  ON SADE: ZARA BLOUSE; TOPSHOP SKIRT; AMICLUBWEAR BOOTS; BIANCA MAVRICK EARRINGS; CRAP EYEWEAR SUNGLASSES   ON IRITA: GALVINPRLA RED FEATHER JACKET; AND OTHER STORIES LA T-SHIRT; RAQUEL ALLEGRA TROUSERS; VINTAGE ELEPHANT BROOCH; OFFICE OF ANGELA SCOTT SHOES ON ELLIE: CATHERINE GEE BLOUSE; LYKKE WULLF TROUSERS; BIANCA MAVRICK EARRINGS; VINTAGE BELT; ALLYN SCURA GLASSES; THE 2 BANDITS CACTUS...
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Serena Williams is showcasing her strength, beauty, and baby bump on the cover of Vanity Fair, a recreation of Demi Moore's "culture-jolting" 1991 VF  cover. Her glowingly-visible comfort in her skin and pride in herself and her unborn baby make her even more of a badass female role model, especially because she's had more than her fair share of people talking shit. From Romanian tennis player Ilie Natase, nicknamed "Nasty" for his on-court attitude in the '70s, spewing racist rhetoric about the skin color of Serena’s unborn child...
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 The Untitled Space Gallery in Tribeca, New York will be housing a show called “SECRET GARDEN” from June 27th until July 30th, and it really isn’t something to miss. “SECRET GARDEN: The Female Gaze on Erotica” is an exhibition of dozens of women’s art in all forms curated by Indira Cesarine. The purpose of the show is to remind the world that women’s bodies aren’t to be censored or regulated by anyone other than themselves, and to express female sexuality in a way that is...
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