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Zohra Atash - the singer/songwriter behind the Brooklyn-band Azar Swan - has the coolest personal style we've seen in some time. With rock'n'roll, goth and hair metal influences, Zohra's style incorporates badass statement pieces like a leather harness or a hand-me-down scarf from her grandmother, always against plenty of black and gray. We talked style with Zohra for our "Fashion Nation" feature in the October/November issue of BUST magazine. Tell me about what you’re wearing. My friend made the top out of latex, which I got at a place where they sell PVC pipes. Read More
Impress your friends this Halloween by making your face the best costume of the day, with this terrifying tutorial from special effects makeup artist Amy Watanabe   Prep: Grab a palette to mix your paints on and start with a clean, makeup-free face. Have Q-tips on hand to clean up any mistakes as you go.    1. EYES/MOUTH OUTLINEUse a brown eyeliner pencil to draw the outline of “the mouth” as shown, starting from the corners of the actual closed mouth and stopping at the chin. Read More
Judas Peekaboo Glasses, $65, and Snack Attack Cats Meow Sunglasses, $68, gasolineglamour.com Celebs who want edgy statement pieces for music videos or photo shoots turn to Los Angeles-based brand Gasoline Glamour. Their handmade accessories—from stacked heels covered in mirrors to bejeweled eye patches—have been seen on the likes of Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, and Emma Roberts (in the trailer for Scream Queens). But it’s Gasoline Glamour’s incredible line of sunglasses that really get our motors running. Read More
It’s not a crime to steal the styles from Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries   Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries is the most feminist detective series on TV, thanks to its badass protagonist, Phryne Fisher. In gritty, glamorous 1920s Melbourne, Miss Fisher (played by Essie Davis) refuses to get married, drives a car, unapologetically takes many lovers, solves murders, and always looks damn good doing it. Cop her killer look here-—and be sure to catch the third season of the show on Netflix this September.   1. Joanna Hope Sequin Mesh Top, $71. Read More
Wait...is this a high school or an American Apparel ad? Don't worry, if you were confused at first, you're not alone. I mean, dang, these kids had some style! Check out these awesome looks, captured by photographer Arthur Schatz in 1969. Then, check out our hand-picked pieces (all hail Etsy!) to channel your inner mod, hippie, or cheerleader--all for under $50! Romper (American Apparel, $40.00) / Shoes (Vans, $45.00) / Yarn Hair Ties (Etsy, $2.29 each) Corduroy Skirt (1 - Esty, $24.00) (2 - Etsy, $25.00) / Gladiator Sandals (ASOS, $25.00) / Belt (Esty, $22. Read More