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The cold never bothered us anyway...so for our October/November fashion editorial, we put our favorite fall fashions against the stunning natural beauty of Iceland's volcanic landscape. Photographer Jeaneen Lund shot model Karitas Lotta - from Iceland's appropriately named Eskimo Models - in looks from Icelandic designers including Kiosk Reykjavik and Hildur Yeoman as well as American and European favorites like Adidas and Acne Studios. Stylist Anna Clausen and makeup artist Tinna Empera made everything look perfect, so take a look and get some style inspiration...
Dianna Agron is a cheerleader no longer. The 29-year-old actress departs from her Glee roots in the new movie Bare, a stunning drama out on Friday, October 30. In Bare, directed by Natalia Leite, Agron plays Sarah, a girl stuck in her small Nevada hometown, bored with her life...until she falls in love with a mysterious drifter named Pepper (Paz de la Huerta) who shows her a new way to look at the world. BUST connected with Dianna via email to talk about Bare, her directing...
  Hey Xeljanz, what exactly are you selling?  The strange world of rheumatoid arthritis medication marketing By: Katherine Macfarlane I cannot escape the new Xeljanz ad, “Made for Better Things.” In one night of television viewing, I sat through it five times. Until I heard the narrator mention rheumatoid arthritis, I thought this was an ad for a pill to treat erectile dysfunction. Presumably I’m this ad campaign’s target—I have RA, and I have decent insurance. Many RA medications have not worked for me. But I have no idea what...
BUST is teaming up with The Feminist Press to host the first-ever Challahday Party on December 3rd at The Green Building in Brooklyn. "Challahday," a title combining the word for the Jewish braided bread and holiday, will bring together women of the press to celebrate the season. The event will be hosted by Chef Rossi and will feature some very special guests. Tickets for activists, students and artists are $40. Prices for the generous are $60, or $250 for VIP Philanthropists (includes a special gift). And guess what. Every attendee...
In the most recent account of racially motivated physical violence, South Carolina Deputy Ben Fields was filmed dragging a young black woman out of her desk at Spring Valley High School, throwing her across the classroom, and handcuffing her in front of her terrified peers. MSNBC reports that Fields, who has a daunting slew of complaints on his record about past instances of racially motivated abuse to Spring Valley students, will be fired. Since the incident on Monday, the cop has been placed on unpaid administrative...
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