BY Hannah Baxter
on Aug 12, 2014
I don't remember the exact moment I discovered Tavi Gevinson's blog Style Rookie, only that I interpreted her shrines of teenage girlhood via Goody barrettes, Barbie clothes, Freaks and Geeks posters and Comme des Garcons ads as the work of a mastermind. A mastermind in Miu Miu pumps and granny shawls. I was in awe and continued to read her blog with a sort of feverish glee for years.
I wish I turned my Girl Scout patches into ... Read More
BY Darcy Sturges
on Jul 29, 2013
Director Sebastián Silva, best known for his film The Maid, has created the next manic pixie dream girl (MPDG) film. If you’re not familiar with the manic pixie dream girl trope, watch Feminist Frequency’s video. In short, the MPDG is a female character whose sole purpose is to teach an uptight male protagonist to let loose and enjoy life.
Beyond that purpose, however, the MPDG seems to have no life of her own. Often the audience knows nothing ... Read More
BY Laurel Walsh
in Eat Me
on May 08, 2013
It is now possible to stuff your gob (har) with real Bluth bananas! COME ON!
The banana stand from Arrested Development has moved out of your dreams and into your life with the “Original Frozen Banana Stand World Tour!” To promote Arrested Development’s upcoming fourth season, fans of the short-run but well-loved TV series can grab an authentic chocolate-covered banana from the big yellow joint itself.
Today the stand sets up in England, and soon ... Read More
BY Intern Maura
on Feb 13, 2012
So maybe we did just post about Quirkyalone Day, but, much like Zooey D. (I didn’t used to think she possessed a funny bone in her body, but now I take it back), we BUST girls are capable of not taking ourselves too seriously. Which is why I present you with an SNL clip from this past Saturday, one which highlights some of the essential tenets of quirkiness. Abby Elliott plays Zooey Deschanel, the real Zooey portrays an electric-blanket wearing, ... Read More
in Eat Me
on Jul 30, 2010
I cracked up when I saw this link to a spread in GQ where some of our favorite movie star dudes let it all hang out.
Photographed by pal and BUST contributor, Danielle Levitt, we have Michael Cera, Jason Schwartzman, and Chris Evans lettin' it blow in the breeze in their photo shoot promoting the Scott Pilgrim movie. I'm not sure if the actual magazine has the bits blurred out or not, I guess I'm just gonna have to take a trip to my local newsstand and find out. ... Read More