Fresh Face: Chloe Worthington

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Melbourne born and bred model Chloe Worthington is one to watch. The 19-year-old ex-ballerina has legs for days and has shot with Vice, SRC783, and Oyster Magazine. We caught up with the tiny dancer to talk about waffles, Instagram stalking, and her daily hang out spots.

Guest Edit: Pandora & Friends

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 A few years ago, Abby applied to be my styling assistant. Now she’s my best bitch, road trip buddy, and Anti-Model star. We decided to play dress up and take some pics with our friend Olivia at my house in Shoreditch. Check it out and get to know Abby while she chats away about her favorite hair color (duh), Spice Girls (duh) and crop tops (duh duh duh).

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How To With Stop It Right Now

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Bustiers are very risky business. One wrong move and you can fall victim to all sorts of pitfalls, from unseemly skin-bunching to cleavage so excessive that it would make a Playmate blush. However, these full-coverage bits of lingerie are very “in” right now, with everyone from Rihanna to Emma Stone parading them down red carpets. Unsure how to navigate this tricky trend? Do not fear. We have called in the experts to help guide you. First up, apparel designer and fashion blogger Jayne Min of STOP IT RIGHT NOW, who is best known for her high-fashion-meets-tomboy style:

Steak Lunches With Liz Lee

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Sorry I haven’t been up on my Lunches posts. It’s not because I haven’t been eating them, but because I haven’t been eating anything I wanna fess up to (good morning Doritos breakfasts). Our newest edition takes place with my friend Liz Lee, born into the public eye via Tumblr and MTV’s My Life A Liz, currently in the world being brand new to Instagram (follow her @lizleedoi), DJing, speaking about art thoughts, and of course…still on Tumblr. Anyway, I dragged Liz to the Valley on a sort of hot afternoon, and if you’re from LA, then you know that’s a total bitch move, but whatever, she came, and we went to Hugo’s.  Hugo’s is super important to any clean-eater living in LA, because they generally take a heartier stab at food without just deep frying it. ~*~PRAISE~*~

There are three locations, which you can find on their site.  After lunch we tried to hit up a Goodwill down the street, but it was just a donation center. Yet for some reason I went in anyway, just to hear them tell me “this is just a donation center.” Then I talked to Liz about a topic dear to my heart: procrastination.

Guest Edit: #FreeTheNipple

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As social-media-ites rally to free their nipples (or one nipple as the hashtag #FreeTheNipple suggests), I’m over here in Japan nipple free. Well, I’m Nippless (TM), to be precisea Japanese brand of nipple covers that we use to hide the color and shape of the female nipple. I’m still decked out in these circular bandages from a fashion shoot earlier today, a souvenir that gives me the torso look of a plastic dolly.  See, in the business of Tokyo fashion, nipples are not “free.” On the streets of Tokyo, nipples are definitely not “free”. It would seem to the outside world that Japan is not exactly at the forefront of nipple freedom…

Yasi Salek @ Austin Psych Fest

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I’ve been to my fair share of music festivals, from Lollapalooza 1995 (yes, I’m old, but I also saw Sonic Youth, Hole, and Pavement in their prime and you probably didn’t so FU) to a number of Warped Tours (don’t you judge me) to this year’s insane Coachella, plus a whole bunch in between. That’s to say that this year’s Austin Psych Fest wasn’t my first dusty, porta-potty filled rodeo, but I will say it was by far one of the best all-around music festival experiences I’ve ever had.

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Sigh of relief, people. We’ve made it through another year of Coachella saturating our media feeds and to celebrate I thought I’d write an article about… my Coachella experience. (Sorry.)

Like tons of other social Californians, I am lucky enough to get a free ticket every year, and it’s a rare privilege extended to a mere 1,000? Thousands? More? Is anyone going to this festival that isn’t getting hooked up and/or paid to be there anymore?

And while the line up is never up my alley, there are a few gems. Also, getting drunk with your friends is fun anywhere—even in the 100 degree desert. It’s definitely a good time, but Coachella as a music festival is just… different.

How To Wear Tie-Dye For Any Occasion

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Stylist Masha Orlov shares her tips on how to wear tie-dye for any occasion. 

I love tie-dye. I got my first tie-dye T-shirt in sixth grade. I have worn tie-dye on every occasion (except weddings, but that’s because I don’t own a Lindsey Thornburg tie-dye dress… yet). From NYC fashion week parties to work meetings to hiking in Hawaii to getting my make-up done for a film project, check out how I was able to rock tie-dye anytime, anywhere.

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During New York Fashion Week last September, I wore a vintage Grateful Dead T-shirt that I bought at the Rosebowl Flea Market in Pasadena, California. I had fittings for the Emerson by Jackie Fraser Swan fashion show that I was styling, and right after, there was a concert at the BLK DNM store and then dinner at the Alexander Wang party. Sometimes I take a change of clothes with me to work if I have to dress up for an occasion, but this T-shirt is great to go from work to party mode. It is comfortable for fittings, and it so colorful and fun that it is party appropriate.I wore it with tight black jeans, heels and a faux fur motorcycle jacket. It was a casual, sexy-cool look.