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At 63, professor and social worker Lyn Slater is finding a new career - as a fashion model. Three years ago, Slater, who lives in New York City, suddenly found herself surrounded by paparazzi when meeting a friend during New York Fashion Week. Because Slater was dressed so fashionably - wearing a suit by Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto and carrying a Chanel bag - the paparazzi mistook her for a celebrity. As Slater describes it on her blog: "Young photographers approach and ask to take my picture....
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The BUST Summer Craftacular London is back at York Hall in Bethnal Green on 4 June! With over 70 designer-makers, a host of DIY workshops, DJs and the Drink, Shop & Do pop-up café, it's a summer-time shindig not to be missed. And one thing's for sure, there's going to be pins and patches aplenty. Check out some of the fab designs you'll be able to get your mitts on June 4 to up your pin and patch game. See you there? We love these colourful retro-inspired pins from Acorn &...
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Bulletin Broads are opening their newest store series in Williamsburg this Saturday, May 13 at 11 a.m. The new store is “all about women supporting other women,” Ali Kriegsman, Bulletin Broads co-founder, said. And they mean it – 10 percent of all store sales will go to their collaborator, Planned Parenthood of New York City. Bulletin Broads is a company entirely run by women and offers a collective space for female-run brands to share their products with the world. For their latest store series, Bulletin Broads...
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During the Victorian era, yellow was believed to be the color most similar to light. With shades ranging from the palest butter to the liveliest lemon, it was suitable for morning dresses, day dresses, evening gowns, and seaside wear. Fashion magazines and color experts of the day recommended restricting clear, bright yellows to spring and summer. However, shades of yellow could be seen in fashionable dress throughout the year, often in the form of gloves, a decorative fan, a frilly parasol, or a stylish hat....
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Good Stuff: By Stephanie J. Whether you're planning a sweet garden party, a laid-back backyard BBQ, a summertime pool party, or a late night bash under the stars, these sweet accessories will put you in the perfect mood. Whether you prefer to rock a pastel block heel or sip gin and juice from a china teacup, we're sure you'll find something you love. Smell super sweet while taking tea.GREEN TEA HAND CREAM, 18, SOAPANDPAPERFACTORY.COM   Cruelty-free organic bronzer to make you blush.GENTLE WEAR 100% NATURAL ORIGIN 2-IN-1 BRONZER &...
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A bold red lip, pretty pink gloss, and goth black lipstick are all perennial favorites, but lip art is becoming more and more intricate and creative. We're bringing you 5 lip looks — including instructions — from the new book Lips: How To Wear Lipstick, Lip Gloss And Lift Your Lip Game by Natasha Davedlaka-Price. In the 107-page book, Davedlaka-Price — a makeup artist — walks us through the history of lipstick, teaches us lip care and prep, and includes ALL THE TUTORIALS for lip...
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  We entered the mythical land of Katherine Ferris of Kt Ferris Creations to talk about her wicked mind and incredible creations. Catch her work May 6,7 at Spring Bust’s Craftacular. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1465845168659-0'); });   (Kt Ferris original painting) Where does the obsession with eyes come from? Where did this all begin? It is weird, and I love it! Kt: Um, well the obsession with eyes, my mom had thyroid disease and she had the type of eyes that popped out of her head, and that was always really, interesting...
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Even though retro seems like a timeless trend, it’s a relatively recent phenomenon. Before the 1960s, much of what we consider vintage now would have just been trash. Shops in Swinging London started selling second-hand furniture that was only a couple of decades old but still had plenty of charm. France helped propel the term “retro” in reference to fashion during the 1970s. Now, people apply the description to styles that date from the 1920s to 1990s, which includes fringy flapper dresses, mod skirts and...
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Add some serious sparkle to your spring look Sure, glitter is pretty. But it's also powerful - those tiny specks of sparkle are undeniably statement making. So why regulate it to special occasions? Glitter's also great for a regular day of running errands and toppling the patriarchy. Get your glam on with these three how-tos, whether you're wearing sweatpants or sequins.   Angel Eyes 1) Cover eye from lid to brow in eye shadow primer; brush a pastel shadow over entire lid. Use brown eyeliner to softly darken your...
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  The BUST Craftacular is back in time for your Spring jewelry needs, so take off the scarf and put on a statement necklace. From gems to repurposed materials, there are a plethora of options!  1. Palomino Jewelry, Ostrich Collar with Labradorite 2. Galanta Jewels, Gold Dipped Spirit Quartz Pendant 3. Ozma Autonomy, Real Black Widow Necklace Sterling Silver Handmade Maneater 4.Roxann Astra Slate, Statement Wheel Chain Necklace  5. Kate Koel, Geometric Gold and Black Necklace 6. Venessa Yanow, Red and Blue Shoelace Necklace   Check out the details of the BUST Craftacular Spring below. Come along for two days of...
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