BY BUST Magazine
on Nov 24, 2015
BUST Magazine's December/January Issue Featuring Cover Gal Jemima Kirke Is On Sale Now!
Here at BUST, we’re full-tilt jingle ballin’ as we prepare for a season of holiday hotness! And as a representative of the “most wonderful time of the year,” we’ve got GIRLS’ beloved badass Jemima Kirke gracing our cover. Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Nov 18, 2015
Cynthia Chang started making sculptures in college at RISD, often as ornaments for her performance work. After graduating, she shifted her focus to wearable items, using her knowledge of sculptural objects and material manipulation. She launched her label Something Happening in 2014, with a couple of signature pieces and club-inspired one-offs and she showed her first full collection "Big Babies" during this this season’s NYFW. Read More
BY Kellie Galentine
on Sep 17, 2015
Remember the days of shiny platform shoes, plaid, choker necklaces and halter tops, otherwise known as the '90s? We do too. Here at BUST, we’ve been celebrating the style of real girls in their real clothes in our "Fashion Nation" pages since 1998. To celebrate 17 years of authentic female fashion, we are hitting today’s #ThrowbackThursday with some looks from ’98 and ’99.
"Fashion Nation" made its debut in the summer/fall issue of 1998 with dresses over pants and platform sandals. Read More
Calling all lady bosses! On Tuesday, September 29, you are cordially invited to join other kickass women at the WeWork in Chelsea. The event will host Priya Krishna of Lucky Peach, Meredith Finkelstein Chang of Print All Over Me, Debbie Millman of Sterling Brands, Masters in Branding at SVA, Print Magazine, and Design Matters, and our very own co-founder and creative director at BUST, Laurie Henzel (yay, Laurie!!).
The event will start at 6:30 p.m., and you do not want to miss out. Each aforementioned woman is going to drop the 411 on what it takes to go far in your career. Read More
BY PRINCESS WEEKES
on Apr 21, 2015
“I’m rich now,” Amy Schumer says, onstage at the Hollywood Improv, to a Saturday-night crowd. “I go to the waxing places that change the paper.” The 32-year-old comedian isn’t actually that wealthy, but it seems appropriate that she would address her newfound notoriety with a joke. After nearly a decade working the stage as a standup, Schumer now stars on Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer, a stunningly subversive sketch show she created. Read More