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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...
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...

  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...
You can get inked and support Planned Parenthood at the same time, thanks to Brooklyn's Fleur Noir Tattoo Parlour. Earlier this month, after Congress voted to defund Planned Parenthood, Fleur Noire held a one-day fundraiser for Planned Parenthood of New York City, offering tattoos inspired by healthcare and feminism. In a few hours, they made $3,500 — and soon decided to expand their fundraiser through the end of the month. A portion of all Planned Parenthood-themed tattoo proceeds through May 1 will go to Planned...

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...
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...
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...
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...
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