Category Archives: Authors

Beware of Young Girls: A Tribute to Teenage Tavi

When I first started reading The Style Rookie, Tavi Gevinson was a precocious 12-year-old who compiled exceptional mood boards and collages. Since then she has developed into an eccentric and influential fashion icon, as well as an outspoken feminist. My heart

Beware of Young Girls: A Tribute to Teenage Tavi

When I first started reading The Style Rookie, Tavi Gevinson was a precocious 12-year-old who compiled exceptional mood boards and collages. Since then she has developed into an eccentric and influential fashion icon, as well as an outspoken feminist. My heart

Urban Cabin

Visual Vacation: Aesthetic and Place

Two things: it is summer, and I am slightly tired of talking about clothes.  It’s not that I don’t love talking, thinking about, and wearing clothes. It’s just that clothing is only one part of what I think about when

Urban Cabin

Visual Vacation: Aesthetic and Place

Two things: it is summer, and I am slightly tired of talking about clothes.  It’s not that I don’t love talking, thinking about, and wearing clothes. It’s just that clothing is only one part of what I think about when

Where Are They Now? An IBC Round-Up.

We’ve had a pretty star-studded, smart, stylish stable of contributors to IBC over the past two years (!), and the other day I was looking at the list of who’s written for us and wondered: what are these bad-asses doing right now?

Where Are They Now? An IBC Round-Up.

We’ve had a pretty star-studded, smart, stylish stable of contributors to IBC over the past two years (!), and the other day I was looking at the list of who’s written for us and wondered: what are these bad-asses doing right now?

I Want Your Skull: Grown-Up Goth

Although we may present a sophisticated sartorial face to the world, many of us still feel punk in our hearts. The “grown-up goth” look is all about elevating an edgy aesthetic. I still have an affinity for the morbid and

I Want Your Skull: Grown-Up Goth

Although we may present a sophisticated sartorial face to the world, many of us still feel punk in our hearts. The “grown-up goth” look is all about elevating an edgy aesthetic. I still have an affinity for the morbid and