Here Comes The Fuzz[left] Gemma Colorblock Crewneck Pullover, alterbrooklyn.com [right] Eye to Eye-Catching Sweater, modcloth.comMcGinn Taylor Oversized Sweater, nordstrom.comGrace Cardigan, nevedesigns.comMoliere Sweater, Paul & Joe (138 S. Robertson Blvd L.A., CA, 310-270-4620)Merde Sweater, wildfoxcouture.com   Photographed by Emily Kate Roemer Styling by Maya Rossi By Molly SimmsThis story appears ... Read More
Pursed UpSir Tom is Sydney, Australia-based designer Anne Waters’ line of handmade housewares and handbags. Spotty Clutch, $70, sirtom.etsy.com    Mix It UpDouble your print action with a silk chiffon scarf, handmade in California by Kindah Khalidy. The "Nice to Meet You" Silk Scarf, $140, kindahkhalidy.com   In Fine LeathersGerman illustrator Peggy Wolf’s line of handmade cases displays her eye for design on natural ... Read More
The terrific Jessica Williams appeared on Girls last night. This interview first appeared in Feb/Mar '13 of BUST Magazine with Jason Schwartzman. Subscribe Now! For most of us, our first job after college involves trying to keep up with people older and more seasoned than we are, adjusting to paying bills, and stumbling into adulthood. That’s pretty much been the experience of 23-year-old comic actress Jessica Williams. But as the newest, youngest, and ... Read More
A great cheese board is a harmony of textures and flavors, and though I have added expertise from my years as a cheesemonger at the legendary Murray’s in N.Y.C. (murrayscheese.com), any layperson can navigate the offerings at their local shop—just follow some simple guidelines.  Choose three, five, or seven different cheeses (odd numbers are more visually appealing) and buy between half an ounce and one ounce per person, depending on how hungry ... Read More
Turn single earrings and busted baubles into a sentimental statement piece. So many of us have jewelry boxes containing bits of broken chains, solo earrings, and non-functioning brooches. But you don’t have to toss these odds and ends—start the new year in style by turning would-be trash into a treasured necklace. You’ll need: jump rings of various sizes, 22-gauge craft wire, a lobster clasp, round-nose pliers, and sharp-nose pliers. Get several lengths ... Read More