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The change in seasons brings warmer weather, blooming flowers, and a sexy new attitude. Why not indulge in some sexy accessories to keep the mood going? Lucky for you, BUST's Craftacular Spring is just around the corner and is featuring some sexy vendors for all your kinky needs: Big booty Necklace Thick Girl Gold Chain from Ozma Autonomy, 69.00 SEDUCTRESS PLAYSUIT from Wonderlust Lingerie, 99.00 Cliterally Insane Ring from KT Ferris, 68.00 Small BuddhaBabe from Cinder Sisters, 30.00 Sculptural Glass Torso Pendents on Leather from Roxann Astra Slate, 50.00 For more...
Victorians had a fascination with natural history. This manifested itself in various ways, not the least of which was in fashionable clothing and décor. A Victorian parlor, for example, might feature a scientific display of pinned butterflies. While insects, such as butterflies, dragonflies, beetles, and grasshoppers, were often depicted in Victorian jewelry, with some insect brooches and hairpins set en tremblant(on a spring) so that the jeweled insect would tremble and shake as if it were actually alive. Of these various insects, butterflies were undoubtedly the...
Who doesn't love a good makeup or body product inspired by their favorite media, especially when the proceeds are for a good cause? Neil Gaiman, creator of the award-winning series (and soon-to-be TV show) American Gods, has teamed up with beloved fragrance masters Black Pheonix Alchemy Lab to create a collection of hand-blended perfume oils that represent the various mythical figures from the series. The scents, which are marked by an earthy, romantic palate, come in 5ml apothecary-style bottles complete with an illustration from Hugo award-winning...
Michelle Honig, 27, sits at a coffee shop on Wall Street taking extra care not to spill her latte on her insect-embroidered sweater and her brightly fern-patterned knee length skirt. Honig is a fashion journalist, but being an Orthodox Jew gives her a uniqueness, a uniqueness that she doesn’t want. “I don’t want to be an Orthodox fashion writer, I want to be a fashion writer,” she said. “I’m the type of person that if I’m going to do something, I’m going to be a...
Anyone should be able to wear (or not wear) makeup. Rimmel is joining the movement to break down restrictive gender norms with their stereotype-shattering ambassador, makeup vlogger Lewys Ball. Lewys is part of the new #EdgeYourLook campaign, which encourages makeup users to embrace their individuality: whatever makes them special. There are a number of things that make Lewys Ball special, other than the fact that his 'Everyday Makeup Routine' is better than my makeup will ever look. Ever The 17-year-old British makeup artist — who shares his talents on his...
Ask N.Y.C.-based designer Rachel Antonoff about her favorite role models, and she'll give you a list of names that includes everyone from The Baby-Sitters Club creator Ann M. Martin and Fran "The Nanny" Drescher to Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her mother. "You know those people who talk about their moms, like, 'I don't think I ever saw her without lipstick!' That was not our mom," she says with a laugh when we meet at a cozy Italian restaurant in L.A.'s Los Feliz neighborhood. "She always...
We're excited to share this excerpt from StyleLikeU's new book True Style Is What's Underneath: The Self-Acceptance Revolution: A StyleLikeU Manifesto by Elissa Goodkind and Lily Mandelbaum. The excerpt below is by Lily Mandelbaum, and the photos are from the chapter 'Create Your Own Definition Of Beauty.'   Looking back, it is hard to remember the me of ten years ago, a girl who was completely consumed with trying to 'fix' the body she was born with.Enchanted by the people I was encountering through StyleLikeU, I began...
From London to New York to LA to Miami and around the world, here's a round-up of 12 plus-size models whose Instagrams prove that they're feminist as fuck.  1. Paloma Elsesser Instagram.com/@palomija Instagram: @palomija  Elsesser says that being a plus-size model is her 'profession — how [she supports herself],' but she doesn't 'want that to always be part of her description.' Elsesser is a writer and activist, too. She moved from Los Angeles to NYC in 2010 to study psychology and literature at the New School, but changed her plans after...
The newest hair trend that will soon be sweeping the streets is geode hair. Mastered by hair stylist Cherin Choi in LA, these colors recreate the mesmerizing glitz of geode crystals. The dreamy blend looks something like a cross between a rainbow ombre and gemstone hair. Usually, in hues of purple and blue the hair is sectioned and blended down to create an effortless look and transition. In an interview with Refinery 29, Choi explained that while the style is beautiful and multidimensional, the process of dying...
Sweet Lorraine says she's always been in the business of creating what she wants to see more of in the world, which is exactly what she did five years ago when she founded "Shades of Burlesque," NYC's first and only all Black burlesque revue. Dissatisfied with the lack of Black and Brown entertainers on the burlesque stage, Sweet Lorraine brought the first "Shades" show to the historic feminist theater space Wow Cafe in 2012. These days, Shades of Burlesque continues on strong with a new cast...