Archive for the ‘News’ Category


Friday, May 4th, 2012
What else is new? Our favorite American jewelry designer Pamela Love debuts her new lookbook for Fall '12. [Studded Hearts] Courtney News: The Bean owns all things Kurt. [VICE] Paying homage to the Spice Girls is sexy and complicated. Do you think Victoria Beckham likes it when people call her Posh? [Love Cat] This woman looks like a feces with eyes and a peach sweater. [Jezebel] Remember Four Loko? This is why it's (sort of) gone. [Olde Pay Phone] Let's talk about weight stereotyping for a minute here.... it's too real. [Glamour] Our Los Angeles blogger Yasi gives straight men the low down on why money matters. [AskMen]

adidas White Space Project

Thursday, April 19th, 2012
adidas introduces the White Space Project #wsp The White Space Project by adidas is bringing women around the world together to explore and share their creativity. In this video, adidas Originals brings together emerging eyewear designers Coco and Breezy, Malaysian singer/songwriter Yuna Zarai and Highsnobette. Watch the adidas White Space project video below. And stay tuned for the event that will take place in the NY adidas Originals store.


Thursday, March 22nd, 2012
It seems like this week there was so much talk of thin, so we'll give you the skinny on the skinny Katie J. Baker rips apart Dara-Lynn Weiss for putting her 7-year-old daughter on a Weight Watchers diet and then flaunting it for an article in Vogue. [Jezebel] Speaking of diets, get the skinny on Israel's new ultra-thin- model ban. [The High Low] A thinner Crystal Renn goes blonde for Numero China. [Love Cat] The search for the perfect "real woman" super model continues, even in high fashion. [Femail] One Miss Courtney Love ("Skinny Little Bitch") inspires socialite Pixie Gedolf (also "Skinny Little Bitch") to make music. [Oyster] H&M accused of using a half-dead model for their latest campaign. How do you think this girl feels after being called "a corpse"? What is WRONG WITH OUR WORLD? [Daily Mail]


Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

Cass Bird's new book Rewilding celebrates women having fun with women In 2009, photographer Cass Bird took a trip with a group of young women to Tennessee. With them they brought a wardrobe of diaphanous dresses and a camera. The result of the expedition was Rewilding, in which Cass paints a portrait of modern feminity and a celebrates women's camaraderie. Cass is known for her beautiful portraits that capture contemporary America. She describes her work as the convergence of alternative lifestyles with accepted conceptions of motherhood, nurturing and family. Her photography draw attention to youth culture and gender roles. Cass will be signing copies of Rewilding at LEADEPRON in Los Angeles this Thursday March 15 from 6-8pm. Go get yourself one.


Friday, February 24th, 2012
Just keeping you informed; keeping you juiced. We learn our beauty tricks from teenagers. For real. D.I.Y. on the pre-teen bathroom scenes. #highbun #ballerina [PoisonFlowerIvy] At least some people are thinking about this. #TeenViolenceAwarenessMonth [Feministe] Sometimes we wish models would pose at shitty day jobs so we could know how the threads could really look. [Studded Hearts] For all those who make the rules...we need a change. [The Nation] R.I.P. Women guitarist Chris Reimer. [Pitchfork] When you see angels on earth or Judge Judy and Joan Rivers shopping together for jewelry in Williamsburg. [Color My Life With The Chaos Of Trouble] A domer doozie. [Nerve]


Thursday, February 16th, 2012
95-year-old socialite and women's rights activist Zelda Kaplan passed away at Fashion Week Last week, we lost Whitney Houston and with Fashion Week comes the death of another great woman. Nightlife icon and women's rights advocate, Zelda Kaplan, 95, died while sitting front row for the Joanna Mastroianni runway show yesterday. Kaplan became faint, reported the New York Daily, and her eyes fluttered as she fell forward. She was taken to Roosevelt Hospital where she died later that day. Kaplan will be remembered and honored for her iconic place in the New York fashion and nightlife scene and for the awareness she raised about female genital mutilation in Africa. She was a fast-moving party animal who never let age define her. R.I.P. Zelda. Via New York Daily