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Photographed by Andrea Behrends Baddie Winkle, Social Media SuperstarKnoxville, TN   Tell us about this look.The flame-print jumpsuit is from DEVOWEVO, the green jacket is by Marina Fini, and the rainbow earrings are from Bombshell. The Baddie necklace was handmade by a fan and the boots are from TUK. I love the fiery look and I love putting a splash of green in there.When did you become interested in fashion?I’ve always been interested in fashion. I just started caring less what people thought about me. So I’m wearing the...
I spoke with the wonderful Khylen Steward, an independent filmmaker who recently created Creative Protest Films. Khylen shares about her big dreams in film, her recent experience at Sundance, women of color in film, and how she's gained confidence as a woman filmmaker. I know she will achieve her big dreams and continue to be a powerful force in the entertainment world. You are the creator of Creative Protest Films. I love what it's about. Tell me more about Creative Protest Films and what inspired you...
  After a recent round trip into the murky world of dating, I’ve arrived back with an assortment of souvenirs such as a mildly wounded pride (from the guy who implied I was fatter in real life than my photos online indicated), an empty purse (from all the drinking I had to do to get me through the bad dates) and an acceptance that I'm much better off single.Of course, like on every good trip, I definitely learnt some new things about the world around us....
  Rad ladies of Los Angeles, get ready. Lisa Butterworth, West Coast editor here at BUST, will be featured at a Lady Boss event at Segovia Hall in Los Angeles on June 16. Lisa will give an enlightning talk (or as Lady Boss calls it, “blitz wisdoms”) about having more awesome times in professional life. She will partake in their peer-to-peer flash mentoring exercise, a Lady Boss networking activity. The event aims to help professional women feel as incredibly rad as they can! Lisa will be joined by...
  If you haven’t heard of Negin Farsad, you are in for a treat because this woman is brilliant. Just like her inspirations, Farsad is unbound by genre. She’s an Iranian American who blends comedy with social justice. Negin is stand-up comedian, sketch writer, documentarian, filmmaker, former policy advisor and Ted Fellow. Her first book, How to Make White People Laugh, a memoir of essays, was recently published and her fourth film, 3rd Street Blackout  (co-created with Jeremy Redleaf), premiered at Tribeca Film Festival April 29th. ...