BY Ivanna Avalos in Crafty on Apr 10, 2012 |
Winter is finally over, but after months of harsh winds, low temps, and limited sunlight, our face, body and hands could use some serious spring rejuvenation. That’s where Anthesis Organic Skincare comes in.
Anthesis refers to the state when a flower is in full bloom and at its most beautiful. Anthesis Organic Skincare is a Brooklyn-based company, started by Anna Almiroudis, that creates handmade, organic products for face and body-- so you can ... Read More
BY Ivanna Avalos in Crafty on Apr 06, 2012 |
Brooklyn-based jewelry designer, Shanna Nash describes her SNASH JEWELRY collection as rugged, unisex designs that incorporated “monsters-eating-snacks-in-molten-metal, siamese-deer-and-other-natural-oddities…for those that embrace the weird around them.” And here at BUST, we can’t get enough.Check out SNASH JEWELRY at the BUST Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair next Saturday, April 14 at 82 Mercer St. in Soho. See you there!
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BY Ivanna Avalos in Feminizzle on Apr 04, 2012 |
Good Vibrations, a sex shop in San Francisco, is hosting the grand opening of their Antique Vibrator Museum on Thursday, April 12. The museum will showcase a collection of vintage vibrators dating back to the 1880s (most of which look more like devices of torture rather than pleasure) to the 1970s.
The Type "A" vibrator from 1902
Curator and Sexologist Dr. Carol Queen will host a tour of the museum and discuss the origins of vibrators (originally ... Read More
BY Ivanna Avalos in Music Stuff on Apr 03, 2012 |
British artist Gemma Ray is releasing a new album, "Island Fire," on May 29 and is touring this May to promote the record. She's also released her first video off the new record, "Rescue Me."
The video features Ray as a 1950s housewife grocery shopping as she day dreams about being "a million miles away" from the technicolor aisles of the supermarket, hoping that someone will rescue her. The combination of Ray's soothing voice, the melancholy melody of the song ... Read More
BY Ivanna Avalos in Style File on Apr 02, 2012 |
Swiss designer Nicole Locher has launched her new jewelry line for the spring season and here at BUST, we're smitten. The trinkets are built with antique pieces Locher gathers from flea markets in Paris and they feature delicate lace, charms, and little bows paired with pistols, vintage mug shots, handcuffs and dirty phrases. The concept behind her designs is “perversion with a touch of class.” Sugar and spice, indeed.
Each of the ... Read More