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Don’t shine that crazy diamond; keep things real by rocking stones in their natural state. Whether you get dizzy for druzy or quartz makes you shvitz, we’ve got you covered.  Bison Tooth and Raw Amethyst Necklace - $35,     Druzy Earrings - $79,     Crescent Moon Earrings with Raw Kyanite - $48,     L to R: The Prosperity Green Calcite - $130,, The Igniter Cubed Pyrite - $170, adinamills. Read More
Cynthia Chang started making sculptures in college at RISD, often as ornaments for her performance work. After graduating, she shifted her focus to wearable items, using her knowledge of sculptural objects and material manipulation. She launched her label Something Happening in 2014, with a couple of signature pieces and club-inspired one-offs and she showed her first full collection "Big Babies" during this this season’s NYFW. Read More
Melissa McCarthy is pioneering a body-positivity revolution. She’s not only changing the game in Hollywood as a non-stereotypical leading lady, but also with her latest passion project—a clothing line called Seven7 that aims to improve plus-size women’s fashion. As a kid, the actress used to cut out images from magazines as inspiration for her own designs. “I’ve been every size on the planet,” McCarthy told Women’s Wear Daily. “I have experience dressing me as a 6, a 12, and more. Read More
  Love pretty, feminine embroidered patterns AND snarky slogans? Locher’s has got you covered. The Paris-based indie clothing company offers T-shirts, sweatshirts, totes and jewelry that combine delicate floral embroideries with slogans like “Queen of fucking everything,” “I’m a bitch before and after coffee” and “Not a single fuck shall be given today. Read More
The BUST Christmas Craftacular London is next weekend! York Hall in Bethnal Green will be fill to the brim with the UK's most talented designer-makers on November 22 – and we are thrilled that Andsmile Studio will be among them. Andsmile Studio is the home of fun, quirky jewellery, prints and stationery – all based around the illustrations of Latvia-born and London-raised designer Viktorija Semionova, who has a thing for coffee and Wes Anderson films. She creates all her designs by hand using watercolour and gouache, before whipping out the digital tools. Read More