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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 ... 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. That might sound materialistic, but FNO is not all about buying, it's also about celebrating fashion in ... 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.  As if! In other adorable Clueless news, here's a Clueless reunion ... 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 ... Read More
Rodarte's simple, yet dreamy lookbook for their newest Opening Ceremony collection was shot by frequent Rodarte collaborator Autumn de Wilde and features models, Stephan Haurholm and twins Gwen and Donna Loos. The collection, inspired by Scandinavia, is full of muted colors of ruffles and pleats that give way to delightfully full, bright patterns showcased in their jumpsuits and dresses. I have to say, I'm most fond of the short, ... Read More
In my previous entry, I chronicled the look I put together for the 2011 Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governors Island. My outfit was just one of many and when I got to the event, there were so many fantastically dressed people that I didn't know which way to turn! I love how everyone was completely dressed to the nines. The men were dapper, the ladies were glamorous, and even a few adorable kids were dressed up. It made me glad that such an event even ... Read More
The Jazz-Age Lawn Party, a fabulous bi-annual, daytime jazz event on NYC's  Governors Island took place earlier in the summer and is currently taking place this weekend, August 20th and 21st. I was lucky enough to attend yesterday and I have to say the outfits were fantastic and the bow-tie clad boys made me swoon. This year's party features Gelber & Manning, performances by '20s tapping sensations The Minsky Sisters, '78 ... Read More
For some reason, I've always been infatuated with redheads. I feel like they command attention, stand out from a crowd and somehow make anything look glamorous. They add a pop of color to even the most boring ensembles! Red hair seems to offer or elicit a special air of confidence and I love that it's sort of different from the norm, especially certain bright colors, but it doesn't feel too crazy. When I did a little research, I found out that almost all ... Read More
Yep, that's a Missoni bike you're looking at! As I mentioned in the Karl Lagerfeld for Macy's post, buy-for-less lines can tend to be missing a certain special quality, but I'm actually really looking forward to this Missoni for Target line because not only do most of the women's wear patterns look pretty true to Missoni, but there is also a plethora of other things to check out, such as house wares, kids clothes, luggage, computer cases, a ton of overall ... Read More
Of all the designers out there, Karl Lagerfeld is not exactly known for loving "the little people," but not only did he give us a collection for H&M in 2004, but lo and behold he's gone and created another well-priced line exclusively for Macy's now. “To me Macy’s is the perfect department store in the US where everybody can find what they’re looking for without ruining their budget," Lagerfeld said in a ... Read More