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                                           Little Maeby’s all grown up and she’s getting into the music business. Tobias would be so proud! Tomorrow night, BUST cover girl and Arrested Development star Alia Shawkat is making her jazz singing debut at Littlefield. The Brooklyn show also includes the adorable girl group Supercute! singing about boys and candy. Tickets for the 21+ show are $10. Buy them here.

As London Fashion Week rages on, I look to blogs such as KrisAtomic and Facehunter for great looks from overseas. Sadly, this post is the last of my Fashion Week photos. It was a fabulous week filled with style at every glance and I look forward to the street style of seasons to come! For now, enjoy my last bit of NYC Fashion Week.  Above you've got  Garance Dore and Scott Schuman of The Satorialist congregating outside Lincoln Center, taking photos here and there.

Faith Evangeline of Girl World Design and the awesome Evil Pawn Jewelry has created a portion of her website that goes out to the ladies: the Girl Revolution section works to engage female positivity and be an open space where women of all ages can spread a little (or a lot) of joy about themselves and each other. Seeing a lack of female bonding in the world, Faith started hosting parties where she and her girlfriends hang out and get “girl-friendly,” doing everything from creating vision boards and jamming out, to bowling and movie outings.

Just one minute past midnight (EDT), the 18-year-old DADT (Don't Ask Don't Tell) law finally got KO'ed for good, which means gay and lesbian service members can now do their duties without lugging the closet door around with them. The law, which was implemented with seemingly good intentions (as a compromise to full equality), swayed wildly off-course into huge controversy. It required gay and lesbian members of the military to keep their sexuality a secret while serving, but once it was out these members were discharged. And we're talking an estimated 13,000 people since the law was enacted.

We loved working with Babeland New York so much on our last kinky crafting party, we're doing it again at Babeland Seattle!Next Tuesday, September 27th at 6 PM, BUST Magazine and East Pike Factory team up with Babeland Seattle to bring you a free kinky crafting party where you can bedazzle a pouch that doubles as a sexy sleepover kit.Arrive early, because the first 25 guests will receive gift bags with toys, Sir Richard's condoms, and a copy of BUST Magazine's newest issue! Plus, one lucky attendee will win a sex toy and a one-year subscription to BUST Magazine.

This Saturday, September 24th and Sunday, September 25th, don't miss Strange Folk Festival in O'Fallon, IL -- the Heartland's largest outdoor indie arts and crafts show -- sponsored by BUST Magazine! 150 vendors from across the country will be there with one-of-a-kind wares; plus, live music, food, and tons of activities and demos for all ages.Some highlights include:The Southern IL Artisan Guild will be hosting a variety of craft demos including weaving, spinning, wood carving, and more.

  Wouldn’t you love to try and make a tie-dye cupcake? I know I would. Not only would it be delicious, but it could also help sponsor girls’ education in developing countries thanks to the amazing group She’s the First, a non-profit which inspires creative fundraisers to help girls graduate. The the Tie-Dye Cupcake Bake Off, which the lovely ladies over at I Heart Daily tipped us off to, will go from November 1 - 8, with thousands baking and selling tie-dye cupcakes all over the country.

N.Y.C.-based editor/designer Hamish Robertson is a busy man. You would think that being the online design editor of Vanity Fair would be time-consuming enough, right? Yet somehow Robertson finds time to create websites for well-known businesses (like vegan treatery, Babycakes), publish zines and prints as Brown Griffin (from his Brooklyn apartment), and curate Afterzine, a beautifully compiled arts and culture publication.

This street style edition is chalk full of bloggers such as Bryanboy, Lifestyle Hunters, and one of my personal favorites, cinemagraph lady extraordinaire, Jamie Beck of From Me To You. The comings and goings of all the shows were just as exciting as the shows themselves and usually a chaotic crowd of photographers lined the streets to catch a glimpse of the hottest looks of the moment. This was at the fabulous Norma Kamali 3D shopping experience hence the somehow stylish 3D glasses.

In 1977, two young friends from art school, Ana da Silva (left) and Gina Birch (below), toyed with the idea of starting a band over pints in north London. After watching their friend Palmolive perform with the Slits, they were inspired to experiment as musicians themselves. Neither had much experience playing an instrument, but that was part of punk’s appeal: expression trumped expertise. A year later, they graced the stage at the International Performance Art festival in Warsaw, Poland, as the founders of an all-female punk quartet called the Raincoats.
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