Instagram’s favorite art perv, Maidenfed, details her history of “feeding the trolls,” and how this oh-so-tempting-yet-oh-so-fruitless online conflict has affected both her self-confidence and her sanity. Main image by Gabriel Eid.
They say dress for the job you want… Sophia Larigakis deconstructs four powerful femme outfits—70s Feminist Academic, New Jersey Mob Wife, 90s Power Lesbian, and The Love Child of Mrs Robinson & Samantha Jones—within the context of fashion politics.
Are you a Carrie, or a Miranda with a Carrie rising? The must-follow Instagram @everyoutfitonSATC can help you figure it out. This new(ish) account is cataloguing every outfit from SATC, from the soft butch of early seasons Miranda, to Carrie’s continual label-whorishness, to Samantha’s #pantsuitfeminism, in a way that will make you LOL IRL, while also learning about fashion history.
From Scarface to Cruel intentions, we look back at some of the most iconic underwear moments in film.
If we’re now pouring our dollars and time into face masks and brow gel instead of red lipstick and cake foundation, how liberated can the New Beauty actually be? Basically “no makeup-makeup” is threatening to bankrupt us all, ahh! By Casey Ireland.
In the summer it’s hard to wear makeup, because it literally just melts off of your face. But with Fall comes the return of fashion, making an effort, layering, and decorating your face (because makeup can be used for artistry, not just making yourself look “prettier,” of course). Below is a combination of a mood board and a how-to of some of iconic makeup looks, to be used as inspiration for the most stylish months of the year.
As Summer turns to Fall, I always quickly shift from thinking I’m a sun-kissed goddess to feeling like a literal raisin. Here’s an easy how-to for a post-summer skin regimen, paired with some inspiring words on beauty :)
A bunch of people on the internet are arguing that, on the new Netflix show Love, the conventionally pretty Mickey is “too hot” to be dating nerdy Gus. But that argument just feels so… basic.
Shannon Leeman has been consulting people on their choices to go under the knife for 30 years. We talked to her about everything from consulting with sex workers on vaginoplasty, to the belief that plastic surgery is “shallow.” By Chloe Sariego.
I talked with Stoya about beauty and body confidence and bras and makeup, and when she feels most beautiful and why.