BY Emilie Branch in Eat Me on Jan 27, 2011 |
Obama’s State of the Union played on normal political cliché; “We have fought fiercely for our beliefs”, or “What comes at this moment will be determined by us” to inspire and unify the American public. Most speeches build up the audience, in this case, “the American family” and then let us in on some tragedy or fault, only to rise us up again with a new found sense of hope. We’re supposed to overcome.
Barak ... Read More
Beloved by BUST, Species by the Thousands shop is launching a new line of houseware and jewelry as part of their upcomming collection! Lovers of pastoral and “bohemian shabby chic” aesthetics and interestingly obscure trinkets will certainly enjoy many of the items they have up for sale in their supermarket.
Just check out these items here!
A very cozy looking pillow indeed; I know I’d snuggle up with that beard.
My personal ... Read More
BY Mary S in Style File on Jan 27, 2011 |
Russia's Orthodox Church recently advocated more modest dress; top church official Archpriest Vsevolod Chaplin, who previously said that mini skirts "provoke" men, complained of women "either scantily clad or painted like a clown"- strong words, the article points out, in a country like Russia, where dressing up, wearing a lot of makeup, and good grooming are often the norm for women.Though this conversation isn't new, it does bring up issues about ... Read More
The depth of my love for the brilliantly outrageous Lady Gaga is unlimited, immeasurable, and difficult to articulate. I love how she seeks to express herself, combining her musical talents with fashion, theater, and Dadaism to create something interesting and new. Her songs are actually very well written, with their use of clever wordplay (because who doesn’t remember “bluffin’ with my muffin?”), combining glamour and decadence, and yet ... Read More
BY Laurie in Artsy on Jan 26, 2011 |
The Woods, which premiered this week at Sundance, is a film about a band of revolutionaries living off the grid and Wi-ing away their time on a big screen TV plugged into a tree. They stuff their faces with products you would find in a Super Wal-Mart snack isle, like hot pockets, cheez-its and boxed juice concentrate.
Its a little like a contemporary Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, with all the technicolor flag defacing anti establishment ... Read More