1. Nearly-free Fashion 2. Just Hangin’ 3. Stars and Stripes 4. An Out There Accessory 5. Equality 6. Good Girl Gone Badass 7. Feline Friends 8. Summer Silhouettes 9. Living in the Clouds 10. Sheer Genius
When we first started reading Reductress, we LOL’d, then we became totally entranced by their satirical over-the-top takedown of fashion, entertainment, and all things ‘women’s interest.’ We caught up with Reductress editors (and comedians) Sarah Pappalardo and Beth Newell to talk about serious journalism, feminist onions, and why integrity is basically stupid.—Chris Rellas
Meet the brains (and major babes) behind one of our favorite Aussie labels, Finders Keepers. Designers Kate Anderson and Amy Hicks share their sartorial offerings in the form of structured silhouettes and stand-out prints (think watercolored Miami skylines and kaleidoscopic florals) mixed with unexpected details like metal and mesh. Here, the dream team gives us the inside…
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The duo behind Inside In, Inside Out gives us their insider’s guide to Brisbane, Austrailia.
Michelle Ryu of Wicked Tides proves that even in the summer heat, all a girl really needs is the perfect black dress. She shows just enough skin in our Night Curve Maxi paired with an olive fedora, layers on layers of necklaces and a quilted clutch we’ve gotta get our hands on. If only we could raid her accessories stash…swoon.
Fabliha and Tasfia Reza are the 20-year-old Australian twins behind Inside In, Inside Out. Science students by day, the twins use their blog as an in-your-face creative outlet. Their look is experimental, combining mixed prints with bold color. Fabliha describes her style as “whimsical and quirky” while she says her sister’s style is “edgier, with cleaner…
In light of our recent collaboration with Lazy Oaf, we decided to revisit some other songs where one + one = totally awesome. “Walk This Way” by Run-DMC ft. Aerosmith
If you’re bored of stuffy, self-important style magazines, then you really need to get up on The Mushpit. This sassy London fanzine is an ode to the glittery glory days of the early Naughties, when pop music was enjoyed without irony and choker necklaces were still a thing. With crop top-heavy fashion spreads, tongue-in-cheek relationship…
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