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Barbie Beach New York, NYStore Manager and Stylist, Patricia Field Tell me what you’re wearing. The Misfits vest was a gift from a designer friend; his clothing line is called Zefjuku. The crop top is by American Deadstock and was $25, and the jeans and the leather fingerless gloves were $48 each: they’re all from Patricia Field. The dominatrix boots are by Pleaser and were $79. My plugs were $16 at Spencers. My eyebrow pencil is Nicka K lip liner in Purple Glitter, and it was $1. Read More
We can’t believe it’s finally time for the first-ever BUST Craftacular's Primped, our shopping and pampering expo for stylish rebels. We absolutely cannot wait to see all your faces this today in Brooklyn!  This beautiful beast of an event brings together the very best of the Brooklyn indie scene, including one-of-a-kind vintage and handmade fashion, rocking DJs, locally sourced food, free salon services (nail DIYs, a braid bar, hair chalking, mini-massages, bang trims, and more), tarot readings, cute crafts, and cocktails. Read More
  We’re gearing up for some seriously warm, no-tights-under-your-dress weather, but most of us are still nowhere near abandoning our jackets. That’s where sweatshirts come in—the only item of clothing I happily own that has the word “sweat” in the title. But the latest versions hitting the stores have come a long way from the oversized gray Champion numbers you were probably sporting in middle school. Here are some of my top picks for sweatshirts so awesome, you’ll look forward to those cool summer nights.   Warning: Extreme Cuteness. Read More
We can’t believe it’s finally time for the first-ever BUST Craftacular's Primped, our shopping and pampering expo for stylish rebels. We absolutely cannot wait to see all your faces this weekend in Brooklyn!    This beautiful beast of an event brings together the very best of the Brooklyn indie scene, including one-of-a-kind vintage and handmade fashion, rocking DJs, locally sourced food, free salon services (nail DIYs, a braid bar, hair chalking, mini-massages, bang trims, and more), tarot readings, cute crafts, and cocktails. Read More
It's that awkward time of year when you don't know whether to wear a sweater or a jacket, jeans or leggings, which begs the question: pouch or purse? Married to the Mob makes that decision painfully easy. This line of totes adorbs pouches comes in flashy/trashy metallics with bitchin' (not to mention relatable!) feminist phrases printed on them. Such as: Are the cute bags reminders? Suggestions? Hints as to their contents? Keep in mind the company was started by a woman who longed to see the attitude of street style her male counterparts flaunted with such machismo designed for women. Read More
  Here Comes The Fuzz [left] Gemma Colorblock Crewneck Pullover, alterbrooklyn.com [right] Eye to Eye-Catching Sweater, modcloth.com McGinn Taylor Oversized Sweater, nordstrom.com Grace Cardigan, nevedesigns.com Moliere Sweater, Paul & Joe (138 S. Robertson Blvd L.A., CA, 310-270-4620) Merde Sweater, wildfoxcouture.com   Photographed by Emily Kate Roemer Styling by Maya Rossi By Molly Simms This story appears in the Oct/Nov 2013 issue of BUST Magazine with Neko Case.  Subscribe now. Read More
Pursed Up 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
When the photographer Stephanie Diani saw a group of older burlesque performers, The Legends of Burlesque, she was mesmerized. Consumed by images of the women who graced the stages of the Miss Exotic World pageant, the artist located some of the most renowned performers whose ages ranged from the 50s to the 70s. She then visited the women’s homes, chatted with them, and took their portraits as they donned their favorite outfits.    The beautifully diverse group of women is celebrated here for their style, courage, and wit. Read More
You're like, a total spaz if you weren't seriously obsessed with Cher's magical computer-organized closet in Clueless. It's disappointing to think that the film is nearly 20 years old and Ikea STILL hasn't come up with anything remotely similar. But what's this? A light in the distance? It would appear the wonderful world of technology has smiled upon us mere plebes: Cher's style system is now iPhone compatible! Check out these apps and quit, like, buggin' out, okay?  1.) Cloth Cloth is a wardrobe organizing app so beautiful it hurts. Read More
Jean “I don’t give a damn of what people think of me or the way I dress, I dress for myself because I love style and design and color.” This statement may sound like the devil-may-care attitude of a stylish twenty-something, but this sentiment actually comes from the mouth of Bridget, a seventy-five year old Brit, one of six older women featured in the TV documentary Fabulous Fashionistas, which recently aired on Britain’s UK Channel 4. Read More