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New York City’s Transportation Hub at the World Trade Center will be going through renovations to install glass ceiling panels, allowing the sunlight to come through and shine down upon commuters and the NJ/NY PATH train. The 35,000 square feet of glass panels will be installed around the concrete ‘ribs’ that Spanish neofuturist architect, Santiago Calatrava constructed. The building’s structure with this new installment is said to look like a crouching stegosaurus or a bird (you know, the mutant variety) in flight. Fully equipped with 400,000...
Iris Apfel has been an icon in the fashion and interior design world for seventy-five years. Let's not even pretend we haven't noticed. From her signature glasses to her fabulously gaudy costume jewelry, Iris has been sparking our love of thrift-store finds since before we could shop. Now, she's getting her own documentary. Filmed by the late Albert Maysles (quite the seasoned individual himself, with Grey Gardens & Gimme Shelter under his belt), Iris is a fashion oriented film sure to inspire new outfits, an entire W/F 17 collection,...
After only seven episodes, Kathy Griffin is leaving Fashion Police, due to creative differences between her style of comedy and the network’s intention for the show. Griffin released this statement via Twitter last evening: It is great to see that Kathy Griffin values her artistic integrity more than a paycheck—as would be expected from a previous BUST cover gal—and is instead going to work on her material in order to remain an inclusive, feminist contributor to the comedy world. Her exit closely follows Kelly Osbourne, another BUST cover...
Happy Friday BUSTies! The weekend is coming so we know there are tons of shows you need to catch up on, but before finishing up Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, here are a few stories you might have skipped this week: 1. Amy Schumer keeps it 100%, discussing the issue of not quite looking like Megan Fox or Kate Upton  in a world where the fact that Beyonce may not have the skin of a newborn is considered news. 2. Looking for some Feminist swag to wear? Well we...
In the war against sexism, we are taught to be resilient against slut-shaming, sandwich jokes, and gendered slurs, but what about when sexism is presented as chivalry? A new study suggests that micro aggressions are shown to be even more problematic than hostile sexism, especially because they are more difficult to pin down. Jin Goh and Judith Hall of Northeastern University have developed the first study to capture both nonverbal and verbal expressions of hostile and benevolent sexism: Hostile sexism is an antipathy or dislike of women,...