BY Emily Robinson in Style File on Aug 21, 2014 |
It’s Thursday and we're (finally) nearing the end of the work week and we have the perfect thing for you to treat yo' self to in celebration of the upcoming weekend. (C'mon, you know you deserve it.)
Jessica Delfino, aka hilarious mastermind behind the song “My Pussy is Magic”, is handcrafting feminist underwear that is 1000% body positive and perfect for any occasion. As described by Delfino, these are “beautiful ladies panties that ... Read More
BY kelsey haight in General on Mar 06, 2014 |
Pee-Wee Herman enthusiasts found something new to covet today thanks to an enterprising eBay seller. For the low low price of $25,600, you can ride in style just like the comedian himself — though you'll have to piece the bicycle together before you can get your hands on it. “It's in pieces now, but everything is there,” promises the seller.
Regardless of Pee-Wee's adamant refusal to sell the Beach Cruiser for any price back in ... Read More
I recently got my own apartment (yay me!), and I'm super excited about the possibilities. I plan to stay a while and want it to be colorful and fun. The furniture is in place, and the details are slowly coming together. I'm not crazy about the floors, so I've been agonizing over rugs the past few weeks. My absolute favorite option from Urban Outfitters just sold out and I'm pretty bummed. Since then, I've been scouring NYC for something colorful with a retro vibe. ... Read More
BY Eloise Giegerich in General on Oct 28, 2013 |
In the wake of recent uproar over the ridiculousness of sexy women’s Halloween costumes, hilariously awesome comedian Kristen Schaal made an appearance as The Daily Show's Senior Women's Issues Correspondent to discuss the new trend, but more importantly, to unveil her own line of super sexy Halloween costumes—one for men and one for women. While the costume for guys is certainly a winner, (“Sexy Hollywood Producer Who Hires ... Read More
BY Emma Orlow in Style File on Jul 10, 2012 |
I am often baffled when I am asked, “How is it that you can be a feminist and be interested in fashion?” To that I respond, “How can I not be one?”
Many people think of fashion as trivial. At times, I, too, become frustrated when I read magazines telling me how I NEED to dress if I want to be considered stylish--- I find that writing style too narrow. But still, fashion isn’t trivial at all.
Fashion isn’t just about the visceral ... Read More