Monday, July 14, 2014 Right Now: Grin and Bare It
It’s Monday and we’re in the mood to be nude. Why, you ask? Because it’s National Nude Day. While our 7th favorite holiday encourages individuals around the globe to disrobe, there are unfortunately some legal consequences for doing so. So, in an effort to partake in the scantily-clad celebration without getting arrested (because frankly that is just not the way we’ve imagined being naked in handcuffs), we’ve rounded up our favorite stuff to celebrate being in the buff. After all, nude fashion can be more liberating than the actual thing. Imagine all those double takes you’ll get.
Undress to Impress
NYX Nude Matte Lipstick
Skivvies Basically Nude Bra
Jeffrey Campbell Caprese Sandal in Nude
Nasty Gal Playing Favorites Tee in Nude
Jeffrey Campbell La Cage Gladiator Sandal - Nude
Inner Mate Reusable Gel petals
Nude Twisted Love Dress
Nasty Gal Veria Tank
Saturday, July 12, 2014 Right Now: Doing It White
We just talked about the ever-changing little black dress. So, in an effort to be fair, we’re going to recognize the other side of the spectrum. Tons of people already ascribe to #ALLWHITEEVERYTHING, but it’s not just about head-to-toe monochromatism. People like Ivania Carpio surround their lives in white, adorning themselves in minimal accessories and designing their living spaces to look like that scene in Charlie’s Angels where Natalie sneaks into Redstar’s computer in an all-white unitard. No one ever gets that reference, so here, watch. We rounded up some inspo images in case you’re thinking that white might be the non-color you’ve been looking for!
Outfielder Mesh Skirt
Shoe Cult Hold Me Tight Heel
Pleat Me Right Shorts
Privileged Rise Above Platform
Two Tone Cut-Off Cateyes
Nasty Gal Betty Dress
Bless'ed Are The Meek Angel Jacket Vest
Friday, July 11, 2014 Newsflash: The Queen’s English by Martine Syms and Cat Roif
Martine Syms has already taught us a lot about music and art. But today, we want to spread the word about one of her and photographer phenom Cat Roif‘s personal projects, because they’re doing some pretty cool stuff. From July 13 through August 31, Armory Center for the Arts will feature The Queen’s English, an exhibition and reading room. The exhibition will explore black feminist communities in the ’70s and promote discussions on language and representation. In other words, this is cool stuff and you should go! The opening reception is this Saturday the 12th from 7:00 to 9:00 pm!