BY BUST Magazine
on Feb 10, 2014
Sir Tom is Sydney, Australia-based designer Anne Waters’ line of handmade housewares and handbags.
Spotty Clutch, $70, sirtom.etsy.com
Mix It Up
Double your print action with a silk chiffon scarf, handmade in California by Kindah Khalidy.
The "Nice to Meet You" Silk Scarf, $140, kindahkhalidy.com
In Fine Leathers
German illustrator Peggy Wolf’s line of handmade cases displays her eye for design on natural materials.
iPhone Sleeve, $25, blackbirdandtheowl.etsy. Read More
I've seen plenty of dudes sportin' the classic letterman jacket, but it's not until recently that I'm seeing ladies get in on the action as well. The bow ties, loafers, and cardigans of school years past have since become staples in many people's wardrobes, so it's only natural that this schoolyard gear would also make an appearance. The jackets were all over the runway, at shows from Alexander Wang and Phillip Lim to Moschino and Rag & Bone. They can now be seen on celebrities and stylish street stylers alike. Read More
Model, Coco Rocha, a fan of tumblr and a blogger herself, recently came in contact with photographer, Jamie Beck, through Tumblr’s fashion director, Richard Tong. As a part of Tumblr’s fashion week collaborations, Coco and Jamie came together to create these gorgeous cinemagraphs, or as Coco describes them, “Beautiful images that are more than a photo, but not quite a video. Read More
BY Nicole Finkbiner
on Jul 13, 2010
It’s said that a woman’s purse contains all sorts of mysterious items that baffle the male species.
So imagine a dude’s reaction upon finding a clitoris inside (if he’s completely baffled, perhaps you should do us all a favor and explain it to him).
Yes, thanks to The Purssy, you can now celebrate your lady parts and store your necessities.
On the outside it looks like a normal clutch, but when you open it up--BOOM!--there’s an anatomically correct vagina. Read More
BY Web Intern
on Oct 22, 2009
Everyone should enter the ROCK THE JACKET contest from one of our coolest advertisers, Dollhouse. It is so easy. Friend them on Facebook, take a photo of yourself in your Dollhouse jacket, and show them how to wear it.
A leather jacket goes with everything. A sweet, summer dress? Hells yeah. Badass jeans. Duh. Every girl needs at least one leather jacket. If you live in New York, you might need three.
BUT, if you're an animal rights activist, like me, it is important to find vegan friendly, faux leather jackets. Read More
BY Libby Zay
on Oct 12, 2009
Ever since I caught sight of Keep's kicks, I've been borderline obsessed with boat shoes. My tootsies just don't feel right without them (seriously, I have 6 pairs, it's kind of sad). They're like Vans slip-ons, except way cuter. Now Keep is satisfying my snack attack with pretzel-patterned sneakers! Don't they look yummy?
Never heard of Keep? The line was started by designers Una Kim and Margot Jacobs in 2006. Read More
BY Libby Zay
on Sep 23, 2009
Pictured above is Hayley Morley, a UK size 12 model who spurred controversy when she brought some realism to the runway. Hayley and two other ''curvy'' women appeared alongside stick-figure thin models in Mark Fast's London Fashion Week show last Saturday. The biggest shocker is that their inclusion prompted Fast's stylist and creative designer to walk out over ''creative differences.''
Luckily, two freelancers stepped in to help with the show. Read More
BY Libby Zay
on Sep 23, 2009
My mom likes to call her walk-in closet ''the archives,'' and for good reason: the wardrobe filed away inside is a repository of fashion history. Swearing that ''fashion is cyclic,'' she has stowed artifacts from every fashion craze since the sixties. Double-breasted blazers, polyester frocks, and an impressive collection of spandex stirrup pants are all hoarded in her vault-of-vogue. Read More
on Sep 21, 2009
The annual BUST Holiday Craftacular is back again! It's an all day shopping and music extravaganza featuring the nation's hottest DIY talent. Over 200 crafty vendors, DJ's, tasty treats, and much more. Listen to the best tunes as you browse handmade wares, from jewelry and essential winter accessories to home decor and cards. Read More
on Sep 08, 2009
It's fashion week in NY, and that means tons of parties and shows. Did your Marc Jacobs invitation get lost in the mail? Yeah, mine too, but never fret, there are plenty of fun things to do and see, even if you are not attending any shows.
One such event is a Block Party hosted by the stores on Centre Market Place, (that weird little street just west of Little Italy- googs it). Built by Wendy , No. 6 (amazing vintage!) Pipino Salon, and others are throwing a bash on Thursday night. Read More