It's not a secret that many of the ladies here at BUST headquarters have a fashion crush on local New York City designer Wendy Mullin and her Built by Wendy line. Let's just say the crush-o-meter was turned up to eleven when we saw her newest collaboration with 1800wheelchair: the Built by Wendy Wheelchair Poncho. With its easy slip-over-the-head fit, cute plaid lining, and longer front for ample leg coverage, this poncho is definitely a first of its kind in both ... Read More
Awesome magazines are folding left and right these days -- so when a new one that's totally rad gets off the ground, it's time for a celebration. The first issue of Tom Tom, a magazine about female drummers, is hitting the streets this month, and it definitely looks cooler than your average music mag. Featuring interviews with lady drummers and tips for honing your own technique, Tom Tom sounds like the perfect alternative to all those man-drenched guitar and drum ... Read More
BY Intern nicole! in General on Nov 04, 2009 |
It seems that every subway car I enter, every typical women's magazine I browse through, every article about shoes I glance at, a leggy ad (or mention) for the new shoe wonder, FitFlop, is staring back at me in all its glossy glory. The ad itself is intriguing...a shoe with a gym built right in? Whaaaaaa? According to the FitFlop website, these little gems have been biomechanically engineered to: increase leg, calf and gluteal muscle ... Read More
BY Callie in Style File on Nov 03, 2009 |
Can you guess what I am?I am really, really good at dreamcatching now and you can be to - check out the Dec/Jan issue of BUST when it drops for my super easy instructions. I wish I could wear this everyday. Not only did everyone that looked at me smize but I smiled so much back at 'em that my face hurt the next day! Long live Halloween. I was seriously in awesome-rager-afterglow for two days. I may wear this again next year, make some fake weed nugs and go as a ... Read More
BY Web Intern in Feminizzle on Nov 03, 2009 |
An article on Jezebel, got me thinking about the affect MAD MEN mania may have on our culture. In a blurb about a recent study from the UK newspaper, The Telegraph (regarding the shocking treatment of modern secretaries), Jezebel posted a picture of the gals from Mad Men.
Though Jez didn't explain the choice in photography, it is clear when one thinks of a misogynistic office environment, one thinks of our favorite ad agency, Sterling Cooper.
During the Mad Men ... Read More