BY Intern Caroline in Feminizzle on Jan 27, 2012 |
In recent years, several brands have made a name for themselves by making bras for women of every shape and size, celebrating each customer's individuality. But what about color? What's Your Nude is a new campaign set to launch February 1st that hopes to send a message to bra manufacturers and retailers. Tara Raines, the psychologist who started the movement, is fed up with the lack of diversity offered to women of color in the lingerie department at major stores ... Read More
BY Julisa Colón in Style File on Jan 27, 2012 |
Attention all you shoe-lovin' gals - innovative designer John Fluevog is having an amazing sale right now with reductions up to 60% off. Pretty sweet!
For those of you who aren't familiar with the name, Fluevog is a progressive brand of women's and men's footwear known for its unique, art-deco inspired style and emphasis on green, eco-conscious production.
From the get-go, John Fluevog was passionate about creating footwear crafted with deliberate ... Read More
BY Laurie in Movies on Jan 27, 2012 |
The snow is falling here again, and the Sundance Film Festival is still plowing through the town of Park City. I’ve been to 21 films so far and the main theme that I’ve noticed is the overwhelming presence of strong female leads and women directors. One of the hottest films here is Beasts of the Southern Wild, a truly original film that takes place in the swamps of Louisiana, and stars a six year old girl named Quvanzhand Wallis.
Melanie Lynskey ... Read More
BY Intern Caroline in General on Jan 27, 2012 |
I hate to be cliche, but periods suck! Between the cramps, cravings, and mood swings, I'm like a hormonal werewolf during That Time of the Month. Since I'm way too busy to roam the woods at night hoping to avoid innocent bystanders, I usually make a mad dash to the nearest CVS at the first sign of shark week in order to stock up on remedies/chocolate. But wouldn't it be rad if somebody knew when shit was about to get real and mailed me a magical package meant to ... Read More
I have kind of a weird relationship with makeup. As a kid I hated it because my mom made me an enabler to her Macy’s makeup counter addiction: I’d fidget for what seemed like hours while a woman in a white lab coat paid what sounded like empty compliments to my mother’s skin as she applied "eyebrow gel" or something equally unnecessary-seeming. I remained completely disinterested in wearing it myself until two years ago, when I discovered the ... Read More