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Whether you’re a big time lover of the stars, or just want to spruce up an old scarf that can double as a shawl for the upcoming warmer months, this DIY will be sure to add an interstellar kick to your spring wardrobe. A Beautiful Mess lays out the recipe below (note: this does require some light embroidery). Read More
Doesn't she just shine here? What an angel. Topanga was one of the '90s best female teen icons and just because their sitcoms have ended doesn't mean they've ever truly left our hearts. Here are some of our leading ladies from the '90s and what they are doing today: 1. The Secret World Of Alex Mack—Larisa Olyenik This little silver puddle of goo is doing great things in the TV and the interwebs. Read More
Here's a few magical Polaroid outtakes from our astrology-inspired editorial, "I Saw the Sign," in this month's issue of BUST starring (pun intended) Tara Violet Niami and Kate Lyn Sheil. Photos were taken by Amber Mahoney using some instant film wizardry thanks to IMPOSSIBLE.  Looking to shoot some polaroids of your own? Read Amber Mahoney's easy-peasey instant film tutorial here. Read More
Have you picked out a Halloween costume yet? Maybe you’ve already chosen an awesome feminist costume (maybe a SCARY VAGINA?), or maybe you’re DIY-ing it. Maybe you’re getting sexy and adding some ears, à la Mean Girls. As long as you’re not dressing up as a “sexy body bag," if you’re feeling good and having fun, you’re probably all set. Except for one thing… DON’T WEAR A RACIST COSTUME. Read More
In 2001 Stars released Nightsongs, a sleek soundtrack for after-hours spent under bedside lamps instead of city lights. Despite lyrics about breakups, it sounded a little like Portishead for people who haven't had sex yet. Eleven years later, the Montreal quintet is still singing about young lovers, but their gimlet eyes have narrowed. On "The Theory of Relativity," the first single from their sixth studio album The North (out now on ATO), frontman Torquil Campbell beseeches someone to "stop to think a little." Blooming with synths, the track re-attires indie pop for the dance club. Read More