I'm used to taking fashion cues from style icons of long ago, but Alexa Chung is one of the few modern gals whose style I love through and through. She's got an effortless and playful ease to her look that many girls, including myself, definitely covet. Her last collection for Madewell did extremely well and I'm still bummed out I never got my hands on this dress, but thankfully her new collection for Madewell is just as adorable and soon set to be sold online and in stores starting September 22nd. Read More
BY Intern Candice
on Aug 30, 2011
We have all read and loved her posts here on the BUST blog, as well as her keen eye for fashionable detail. We have probably even spent more than what is considered a healthy amount of time on her fashion blog, the Rebel Waltz, as she captures street styles from places like New York City, Austin, and San Francisco. But, we aren't the only ones who are taking notice. Former BUST intern Kristina Uriegas-Reyes is attracting some outside attention these days and, of course, we have to let you all know (so you can stalk her more than you already do). Read More
Fashion Night Out is just around the corner September 8th and promos, events, and products are making their way across the internet. If you're unfamiliar with FNO, it's an annual event now in its third year that occurs just before fashion week. It was created during dark economic times to encourage retail therapy and the love for shopping America once had. Read More
Worn Fashion Journal is amazing for so many reason, but the fact that they've given the internet this 60 second clip of every outfit Cher Horowitz wore in Clueless makes me love them even more. The internet can never have enough Cher Horowitz so thank you to Wornette Daniel Reis for making the internet a better place. To check out this amazingness, head over to WornJournal.com.
In other adorable Clueless news, here's a Clueless reunion picture of Alicia Silverstone and Paul Rudd at the Our Idiot Brother premiere Monday night. Read More
Vogue Italia was doing so well with their well-intended plus-sized model issue, but then they had to go and mess up their good PR with this monstrously tacky naming of a trend on the Vogue Italia website. They've always been one to push the envelope, but this time, I literally don't know what they were thinking. As of Monday morning, they replaced "slave" with with the word "ethnic," but is that really any better? I never understood fashion's use of the word "ethnic," especially since the U.S. and parts of Europe are such a melting pot of cultures. Read More