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Good news! We found today's best way to fight the winter blues: First things first, check out these gorgeous images promoting Mad Men's upcoming season, featuring impeccable clothing straight out of the Age of Aquarius. Second, put together your own 70s-inspired outfit with some of our own recommendations. We guarantee the bright colors, flower prints, and flowing lace materials will get your spirits up. Aguna Lace Kaftan - $168 Happiest Gal On Earth Top - $39.99 Extraordinary Destinations Earrings and Necklace Set - $24.99 Hilltop Jubilee Jeans - $99. Read More
Boobs--we strap them in, we push them up, and if they get any attention at all, it's usually not by invitation. But lately our lovely lady lumps have been getting a lot more notice, and not in the typical eye-roll-worthy fashion. A woman's right to breastfeed in public is a trending topic, and the #freethenipple campaign is fighting to allow females to be as shirtless in public as any man. Boobs are really having a moment. Here are some of our favorite companies, designers, and artists, who have been unashamedly inspired by cleavage's recent popularity. Read More
The Grammys red carpet is always a welcome departure from the play-it-safe motto of almost every other show during awards season. How many women would actually prefer wearing a sleek black floor-length gown? Yawn. With all the focus on the performances, the Grammys invite so much more risk-taking. There were so many phenomenal outfits last night, but one trend we were particularly psyched about? The almost unheard of number of ladies dressed in pants. The Haim sisters in power suits. Jane Fonda in an emerald jumper. Jenny Lewis in her killer Lisa Frank-esque get-up. Read More
Punxsutawney Phil, the asshole he is, told us this week that we're going to be enduring six more weeks of winter. Great, you think, as you empty the slush that somehow made its way inside your boots. If only we could all just crawl back into the ground and sleep for a month and a half. Groundhog jerk. So yes, you're stuck in your winter wardrobe for what looks like the foreseeable future. Read More
Three young fashionistas got a firsthand look at the despairing world beyond the clothes they buy, blog, and wear each day: The premise of the Norwegian reality show, Sweatshop: Deadly Fashion, follows fashion lovers Anniken Jorgensen, Frida Ottesen, and Ludvig Hambro as they step into the lives of Cambodian sweatshop workers in the nation's capital, Phnom Penh. Once the group of women are on the ground in Cambodia, the vibe goes from chill to chilling. “The truth is, we are rich because they are poor,” Hambro says in one episode. Read More
Ready for the next wave in fashion? ALDA, a group of five fierce models—Ashley Graham, Danielle Redman, Inga Eiriksdottir, Julie Henderson, and Marquita Pring to be exact—are staying ahead of the curve by embracing their curves. Check out the behind-the-scenes video of what these five gorgeous gals had to say on-set at our photo shoot and read more about the inspiring collective in our February/March issue, on newsstands now! Click on the images below to check out the photos from the shoot—the full story appears in the February/March 2015 edition of BUST Magazine. Read More
As if this week wasn't awesome enough when Joan Didion appeared in the latest Céline ads, now we've got yet another timeless beauty and talented woman being featured as the face of a top tier fashion brand. Joni Mitchell—along with artists like Courtney Love, Marianne Faithfull, Kim Gordon, Marilyn Manson, and more—showed up in Yves Saint Laurent's newest campaign, and at first glance this pairing couldn't be more perfect. Read More
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Street style blogs are everywhere (The Sartorialist, Street Peeper, and Stil in Berlin are some our  personal faves.) They may seem like a modern meme, but actually, street fashion photography has been around much longer—maybe even as long as photography itself. Mashable recently curated some photos by Edward Linley Sambourne, all taken during the Edwardian era in and around Kensington, London, featuring ladies in their amazing #ootd. Read More
Amazing news for women of all ages and bibliophiles alike: Joan Didion is being featured in Céline’s latest ad campaign, joining the growing list of older women who represent major consumer product companies. The journalist, novelist, screenwriter, and icon has been called the muse of the French luxury brand’s creative director, Phoebe Philo, who is quick to point out that age doesn’t limit the 80 year-old from being the ultimate Céline woman. Read More