BY Maggie Carr in Boob Tube on Feb 10, 2014 |
It’s been a wild couple of weeks, what with Hannah being a dick at a funeral, lots of disappointing professional news, Caroline’s inevitable (though, I can sense, impermanent) removal from the scene, and Marnie falling into Ray’s surprisingly willing arms.
Since her grand book plans are officially kaput, Hannah gets a job writing advertorials for GQ. The new gig comes with a closet full of free snacks, which conveniently gives the Girls ... Read More
Normally, girls are expected to nod along to sexist dress codes and edicts, but such is not the case with Marion Mayer, a high school junior in Florida. When her principal, a Mr. Martinez of Lakeland Senior High School, admonished “Modest is hottest. Boys will be boys,” she saw flawed lines of thinking and exposed them for the global public, engaging us in a much needed conversation via The Huffington Post about rape culture and ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Style File on Jan 23, 2014 |
STYLE PICKS INSPIRED BY GIRLS’ WELL-TRAVELED FREE SPIRIT, JESSA JOHANSSONFeather Printed Drapey Pants With Velvet, $119, scotch-soda.com
Gold Cuff Bangle Bracelet, $20, taneesijewelry.etsy.com
Jené DeSpain Heir Nouveau Earrings, $98, jenedespain.com
Nine West Say Bella, $89, zappos.com
Bib Necklace, $24, udazzle.etsy.com
NYX ... Read More
“Have you ever seen anything like it?” reads the copy for this 1981 LEGO advertisement. And no, we haven’t; unlike modern marketing campaigns wherein gender lines and norms are all but drawn in the sand, the ad features a young girl simply enjoying her toys.
The image betrays no sign of the contemporary assumption that girls need special products differentiated from boys’ toys through color, shape, or content. As The ... Read More
BY Maggie Carr in Boob Tube on Jan 20, 2014 |
Hey, look: it’s another peaceful morning chez Horvath-Sackler—you know, cutting your lover’s hair and weaving it into a cute little love-rug, like happy couples do. Suddenly, Adam’s sister stumbles in, having barely escaped the clutches of an abusive boyfriend, and lady is clearly mid-psychotic episode. All signs point to changing the locks, but Hannah, for some reason, chooses this moment to be compassionate. Sure, she can ... Read More