A Rose is A Rose

BY Web Intern in General |

Fleur Cowles, 101, died this Friday in Sussex, England. The author of a star-studded 1996 memoir, She Made Friends and Kept Them, she was perhaps most famous for her editorial role in Flair magazine of 1951, a ground-breaking if short-lived publication focusing on the art, fashion, travel, and literature that informed Ms. Cowles' passionate life.      ... Read More

I want a New Toy

BY Laurie in General |

Lene Lovitch, New Toy 1981. Love the giant scissors. Oversize objects seems to be one of those weird 80's fads, like giant pencils, telephones , etc. I even seem to remember a store in Soho that only sold jumbo items, but then again, my memory is terrible, maybe I hallucinated that? Anyway, enjoy this video from an often overlooked but much loved  icon from our ... Read More
Don't forget, New York BUSTies, tonight at Re/Dress NYC there will be a book signing and event with Marianne Kirby and Kate Harding , authors of Lessons from the Fat-O-Sphere. They will be accompanied by Fatshionista's Lesley Kinzel (who also contributed to the book) for an evening of shopping, dancing, reading and being fat/awesome.Directions: Re/Dress NYC 109 Boerum Place Brooklyn, NY between Pacific + Dean f/g train to Bergen Street stop Shopping ... Read More

Role Reversal

BY Web Intern in General |

You know those sitcoms with the schlubby husband who always messes up while his wife just takes it with a long-labored sigh? People always wonder why the hot wife would stay with the lazy ass. Blogtacular theorizes what it would be like if the roles were reversed. (Basically the same but even less believable thanks to society!) -Sylvie Video from theblogulator.com ... Read More

Meet Me For a KIP

BY Web Intern in Crafty |

It's almost time for Worldwide Knit in Public Day! Events are next Saturday, June 13, all over the world. Pick up your sticks and join in the fun! You can check out the WWKIP website to find events in your area.The day was started four years ago by Danielle Landes so that knitters could get to know each other. As the WWKIP site says, ''Knitting is such a solitary act that it's easy to knit alone somewhere and sink into your work without thinking about all the ... Read More