on Sep 21, 2009
The annual BUST Holiday Craftacular is back again! It's an all day shopping and music extravaganza featuring the nation's hottest DIY talent. Over 200 crafty vendors, DJ's, tasty treats, and much more. Listen to the best tunes as you browse handmade wares, from jewelry and essential winter accessories to home decor and cards. Munch on holiday goodies and wander in a winter wonderland of handmade gifts and crafts!
BUT- first we need YOU, our lovely and ... Read More
on Sep 08, 2009
It's fashion week in NY, and that means tons of parties and shows. Did your Marc Jacobs invitation get lost in the mail? Yeah, mine too, but never fret, there are plenty of fun things to do and see, even if you are not attending any shows.
One such event is a Block Party hosted by the stores on Centre Market Place, (that weird little street just west of Little Italy- googs it). Built by Wendy , No. 6 (amazing vintage!) Pipino Salon, and others are throwing ... Read More
on Aug 27, 2009
Like everyone here at BUST, Courtney Love's got a crush on currrent cover gal Diablo Cody, as she revealed in a couple of recent twitpics she posted:
Hey Courtney: how much more could we love you? None. We could love you none ... Read More
on Aug 12, 2009
In my search for the perfect transition sandal/shoe for fall, I've stumbled upon many gladiator (yuck) and whatever you call those frankensteinn boot/shoe combos (Booes?) but I am happy to say I found the perfect classy peep toe wedge with these neat Jeffrey Cambell gems, called the Vera 2 (available in black at Karmaloop and Lori's Sole of Chicago ). Got to www.jeffreycampbellshoes.com and check out a few of the new fall looks, and click on ... Read More
BY Libby Zay
on Jul 29, 2009
Okay, I have a confession to make: I love postcards. But who doesn't? Nothing fills my heart with honest-to-goodness sentimentality like a 4x6 piece of flimsy cardboard sent from a friend in a faraway place. That's why when I saw an exhibit dedicated solely to postcards featuring ''bathing beauties'' of the 20th Century is opening, I instantly knew it would be a gush-worthy spread of feminist nostalgia.
And connecting feminism and fashion ... Read More