BY Catie Colliton
on May 27, 2010
(Above: Photo courtesy of Ms. Taken, a jewelry company that sells fake but real-looking engagement ring to ward off unwanted suitors or make grandma happy.)
Feeling super bitter, or super symbolic, about the end of your marriage? The wedding ring coffin is a perfect way to bury your feelings, or “bury the past and move on to a new tomorrow” as the website advertises. After that you’ll need a new kind of ring to let everyone know that you’re ... Read More
on May 21, 2010
Enter to win this great contest over at Advanced Style, the prize is an opportunity to shop with an expert thrifter, and all around stylish lady, Deborah Rapoport, often photographed for the site, and recently seen in NY Magazine (and soon to be featured in BUST, natch!) You'll get to spend a day shopping with Deborah at NYC's Housingworks Thrift store, while soaking up some of her vast knowledge of clothing and dressing, and her credo that clothing should be FUN ... Read More
on May 13, 2010
In this video, our favorite actress, Chloë Sevigny, star of HBO's Big Love, Oscar nominee and uber-stylish indie film goddess, takes you on a tour of her favorite New York neighborhood, the East Village. We've been big fans of Chloë ever since spotting her as a young actress in New York in the early 90's. When she's not off making movies or filming episodes of Big Love in LA, she makes her home in the East Village. Here she discusses some of her favorite ... Read More
BY Nicole Finkbiner
on May 12, 2010
Brace yourself vintage fashionistas...
This weekend, Re/Dress NYC will be selling hundreds of vintage dresses (sizes 6-26) from the 50s to the 80s.
And for only $20 freakin dollars!
It all starts with a vintage-themed fashion show on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. The sale begins immediately after and goes till 7 p.m Sunday.
Sophie Spinelle of Shameless Photography will also be there taking pinup and glamour portraits of any gal who wants to show off how ... Read More
on May 06, 2010
Ladies of a certain age seem to be having their moment in the media right now. Last night, I watched a few episodes of Sunset Daze, the new reality show on WE about feisty folks living in a retirement home in Arizona, whose ages range from their 60s to their 70s. The nouveau riche Real Housewives, who are in their 40s and 50s, are acting up every week on Bravo, and soon we'll have another Sex and the City movie featuring glam gals in their 40s and 50s. On the Web, ... Read More