BY Intern nicole!
on Nov 04, 2009
It seems that every subway car I enter, every typical women's magazine I browse through, every article about shoes I glance at, a leggy ad (or mention) for the new shoe wonder, FitFlop, is staring back at me in all its glossy glory. The ad itself is intriguing...a shoe with a gym built right in? Whaaaaaa? According to the FitFlop website, these little gems have been biomechanically engineered to: increase leg, calf and gluteal muscle activity, improve your posture, mimic the gait of barefoot walking but with more muscle load, and improve muscle tone. Read More
Thanks to a shipment of incredibly delicious Le'Saric gourmet caramels, we're starting Halloween a little early over in the BUST office. We've been snacking on smokey chipotle, lavender vanilla, butter pecan, and old fashioned caramel all day long. There are a lot of other flavors for sale over at the Le'Saric website -- cranberry, white chocolate, macadamia nut, and espresso are just a few examples. Read More
on Oct 30, 2009
Need some last-minute Halloweenie inspiration? Tara, at Nothing Elegant, has as awesome roundup of some fabulous ladies from history, along with a costume breakdown featuring things you probably already have in your closet and the few things you'll need to get. First up, Marie Curie. Pop on over for the rest.
Who: Marie Curie, First Lady of science, physicist, chemist, and creator of the theory of radioactivity.
Why: Because you can carry your favorite beverage around in a beaker and tell everyone it's a dangerous radioactive element.
You already have: A loose black dress. Read More
BY intern Amber
on Oct 29, 2009
Okay so I have to tell you about a wonderful friend of mine, Reena Shah . I am always so inspired by this powerful artist with a knockout smile and spirit. I don't know if Reena knows this, but she is breaking boundaries. Minority actresses the world over have a hard time being embraced by the Anglo-obsessed film and entertainment industry, but Reena has managed to be a successful actress/singer/dancer all while embracing her Indian-American roots. Read More
on Oct 29, 2009
My main squeeze, photographer Michael Lavine, has a new photography book out titled Grunge. The foreward is written by Thurston Moore, and the book contains stunning photos of street kids in Seattle in the late 80's, as well as lots of seminal bands from the early 90's. It's pretty cool, and I'm super proud of him. Check out our review and a few images. Read More