BY BUST Magazine in Style File on Jan 20, 2014 |
We've got a couple more months of chilly days ahead, so why not look fierce while you brave the cold? Check out this roundup of high-performance winter outerwear that'll keep you feeling cozy and looking good.This waterproof-yet-breathable jacket has major twee-ness, thanks to its polka dots.
Pwdrroom Gilly Dot, $119, pwdrroom.com
Waterproof and fully synthetic-insulated—Little Red Riding Hood wished she had it this good.
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BY Brittany Allen in Style File on Jan 20, 2014 |
This upcoming Tuesday from 6pm-9pm, beloved salon Bumble and Bumble will team up with CLAW Money (a wonderful fashion branding team-inspired-and-led-by-Claudia Gold, graffiti artist) to host a shin-dig for the books. This Art Mash 5 /Pop Up Shop will take place at a downtown B&B location – 415 West 13th Street, on the 8th Floor.T shirt and bag by Claudia Gold, founder and namesake of CLAW Money. Image courtesy of Team CLAW's ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Style File on Jan 17, 2014 |
BUST has partnered with Synergy, a company dedicated to making sustainable, eco-friendly, fair-trade clothing, to bring you this fun scavenger hunt contest!
Each week, for five weeks, we'll show you one of our editor's favorite items from Synergy's line, and all you need to do is find it on Synergy's website, then tell us where you found it, and you'll be entered to win a $100 Synergy gift certificate! (See more directions below.)
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Lena Dunham’s first Vogue cover story will be appearing in the magazine's February 2014 issue.
The spread, shot by the ultra famous Annie Leibovitz, includes images of the doe-eyed Dunham dressed in some serious high fashion pieces, posing in various typical New York scenes while her Girls co-star Adam Driver and her dog Lamby attempt to share the spotlight. Personally, I think that even the way she is holding her hands while resting them on Driver’s ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Style File on Jan 16, 2014 |
Though you probably don’t give ‘em much thought, one of the humblest parts of women’s clothing has a complicated history: pockets. These small nooks originally took the form of cloth satchels, which Western women wore under their dresses during the 18th century. Such pouches allowed ladies to stash items like needles and thread by day, or handkerchiefs and gloves by night. The pocket increased a woman’s mobility, and helped to ... Read More