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THE PERENNIAL “IT” GIRL SHARES HER EVERYDAY BEAUTY FAVES Chloë Sevigny has been a style icon since, oh, 1992, when she was just a wee baby intern at Sassy magazine rocking an overalls dress and a patchwork hat. Since then, she’s starred in a bajillion indie movies and TV shows (Kids, Boys Don’t Cry, Big Love, American Horror Story), modeled for Vogue, designed collections for Opening Ceremony, and made everything from suspenders to slinky red-carpet gowns look completely cool and effortless. Now she’s starring opposite Patricia...
  The ultimate Supreme once famously said, “There will be enough women on the Supreme Court when there are nine.” Rule the streets with these accessories that do the Justice justice.   1. Ruth Bader Ginsburg the Notorious RBG Hi-Top Sneakers, $82, kayciwheatley.com   2. Ruth Bader Ginsburg Black/Dark Navy Floral Snapback, $25, hybridapparel.etsy.com 3. When There Are Nine Library Book Bag, $22, starkleshop.etsy.com   5. Dissent Collar Pin XL Edition, $17.95, dissentpins.com By Callie WattsTop photo by Diggy Lloyd This article originally appeared in the March/April 2019 print edition of BUST Magazine. Subscribe today! More from BUST "On The...
Want to reduce your carbon footprint, support women-owned businesses, and look hella fierce, besides? Shop feminist vintage. Because there’s nothing like putting your money behind your ideologies and getting a bitchin’ outfit while you’re at it. Here are three of our favorite online vintage shops with a conscience—each run by fearless, feminist treasure-hunters.  Ten of Cups Vintage tenofcupsvintage.com@tenofcupsvintage Vintage 1970s Button-Up, $20.80 Specializing in affordable, size-inclusive fashion, New Orleans-based Ten of Cups is stocked with fun and quirky picks from across the decades by founders (and life partners) Jade...
The most interesting people are often the most interested, and model Colleen Heidemann is the embodiment of such sentiment. Joy and warmth radiate through her voice. Every photo featuring her emanates glamour and creativity and invites the viewer to participate in the fun. Heidemann loves life and wants you to love it too. Her motto, after all, is, “If not now, when?” This adage became especially pertinent for her after Ari Seth Cohen, founder of Advanced Style, met Heidemann at her clothing store in California and...
When L.A. native Sannae Hopson made the decision to stop coloring and heat-straightening her hair in her mid-20s, it was just the first step in her natural beauty journey. “I decided to start taking better care of myself—my hair, skin, what I eat, what I do,” says the self-proclaimed “nerd” who became obsessed with reading product labels and researching ingredients. “I was making all these changes, but it was like, ‘Wait a minute, I still have dry skin!’” she says. “The more I learned about...

If you were a teen in the ’90s, there’s a good chance Drew Barrymore was your fashion icon. No one embodied the thrift-store-as-your-stylist vibe quite like she did. The actress made satiny slip dresses paired with a choppy, bleached ‘do and daisy hair clips iconic. She was also the decade’s ultimate bad girl—flashing David Letterman, hanging out with Courtney Love, over-plucking her brows with abandon—and the 1992 film Poison Ivy was the genesis of this journey. As Ivy, Drew is a seductive Lolita-type who causes strife...
Women’s lib protesters tossed girdles into the “Freedom Trash Can” at the 1968 Miss America Protest organized by New York Radical Women because they symbolized “a false beauty standard,” not to mention, spokesperson Robin Morgan told reporters, “they’re uncomfortable.” But girdles made of rubberized elastic promised freedom to an earlier generation of flappers, especially when compared to the heavily boned and laced corsets worn by their mothers and grandmothers. A 1921 article in The Corset and Underwear Review reported that these new foundation garments allowed “the...

We all know that history is littered with dresses that wanted nothing more than to kill their wearers (shoutout to fire-loving crinolines and organ-squishing corsets!), but it wasn’t just dress engineering that could led to (a v. fashionable) early grave; the color of your dress could also lead to a veeeery nasty end! I present to you Scheele’s Green, a hue with a mission to kill every Victorian it could. Preach Kermie (via giphy) Arsenic was an everyday item in Victorian England. It was just one of those...
In our Fashion Nation series, we talk to people about personal style.  Akina SatoDesignerLos Angeles, CA Tell us about this outfit. The ’40s sailor hat is from an L.A. vintage store, Please and Thank You. I bought the ’50s sunglasses online. I got the Woodstock-print poncho and pants from a Japanese vintage collector, and the pink mirror Tabi boots are from the Maison Margiela store in Paris. How would you describe your personal style? Vintage mixed with designers, mixed with anything else I like. I go through phases with vintage...
Indie-rock siren Sharon Van Etten models cool-weather looks inspired by her latest album, Remind Me Tomorrow, in this fashion editorial from our January/February 2019 print issue. Read our review of Remind Me Tomorrow here. Collina Strada Dress; Tanya Taylor Jacket; Hue Socks; Robert Clergerie Shoes Tibi tracksuit; Ring: Model's own. Joostricot Top; Cinq A Sept Skirt; Sandro Sneakers; Ring: Model's own Joostricot Top Suzanne Rae Vest and Pants; Darner Socks; Robert Clergerie Socks; Ring: Model's own Dauphinette Coat; Sandro Dress; Suzanne Rae Boots Photographed by Yudi ElaStyled by Doria SantloferMakeup...