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
Life imitates art! The designer Pari Ehsan takes this old Oscar Wilde philosophy to a whole new level, visiting art and design museums and galleries dressed in fashions that borrow from and in turn enrich and inform the works on display. Her mimesis isn’t bound by a single medium; she flawlessly ties together fashion, photography, painting, collage and installation, allowing her own form to enter into a cohesive conversation with the work of her ... Read More
BY Michelle Beiter in Style File on Jan 14, 2014 |
Gabourey Sidibe was on the receiving end of a stream of hate for her outfit choice Sunday night at the Golden Globes. She wants you to know that you should have taken out an insurance policy on your negative opinion, because it was more than a waste of time.The American Horror Story: Coven star took to Twitter yesterday morning and issued a snarky response that was anything but passive aggressive (read: awesome). In fact, I’m almost positive that I heard ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Style File on Jan 10, 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.)
Ready to go on your first ... Read More
Disney princesses get all the attention, but there’s also something totally magical about the Disney villains. Each has the power both to fascinate and terrify us; they appeal to our darkest fantasies. Perfumes operate in a similar way; spritz a good perfume, and you get a chill down your spine. So why not make Disney villain perfume bottles?
Although they aren’t (yet) on the market, the artist Ruby Spark designed thrilling ... Read More