BY Alanna Vagianos in Style File on Sep 11, 2013 |
Born and raised in New Jersey (not the Jersey Shore, mind you), I was a little hesitant when I decided to move to Los Angeles: the land where beautiful people grow on trees and bad weather ceases to exist. In order to quell my fears and anxieties, I decided to leave my feminist agenda behind and (with my supportive Dad as a sidekick) go shopping. One of my first stops was at a beautifully trendy and perfectly hipster store called Brandy ... Read More
BY Katie Fustich in Style File on Sep 09, 2013 |
It's fashion week here in New York City, which means scores of ladies dodging from show to show at top speed, all while wearing the highest of heels. Though I haven't seen anyone get stuck in a grate or fall on their face quite yet, I am sure the scowls of models and fashion editors as they scurry down the sidewalk aren't just a result of eating nothing but a piece of kale in the past week.
Yes, heels are uncomfortable, give you blisters, and feel better to ... Read More
Everyone knows fur is bad, kitten heels are good, but what’s the BEST way to show your love for our furry friends?
Easy: style your hair like your favorite woodland (or farm, or savannah, or sea) critter!
These crazy animal hairstyles will, ahem, flip your wig:ReindeerPigRhinocerosLionElephantWalrus
And then there's this guy, who needs some stylin' bad BAD:"Sup, girl" - this llama
All hairstyles cruelty-free, except maybe to the ... Read More
BY Katharine Ernst in Crafty on Aug 28, 2013 |
Courtney Love is unsmotable. As Hole’s frontwoman and Kurt Cobain’s wife, Love was the leading lady of ‘90s grunge. Since then, she has gone through her fair share of highs and lows, from punching Kathleen Hanna in the face to being the muse of Givenchy designer Ricardo Tisci. Now, she has a bunch of other projects on her plate ... including tons of "crafty shit."
Love's just like the rest of us - she's promoting her clothing ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Style File on Aug 12, 2013 |
When shopping for shoes, we're typically attracted by appearance and, of course, price point. Human rights and sustainability don't enter the equation as much as they should. But that can change thanks to Nicora Johns, a spankin' new footwear company with both environmental and labor considerations driving its business.As a longtime cobbling connoisseur, 32-year-old founder Stephanie Fryslie decided to take matters into her own hands. Literally. Fryslie works ... Read More