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Halloween is a great excuse to revisit nostalgic favorites from yesteryear, whether it be a pop culture icon, a simple specter, or a stealthy martial arts master. Here are three nostalgic costume ideas you can easily throw together with the stuff in your closet and maybe a quick trip to the thrift store. First up, “Clarissa Explains It All” …
“I always try to give back with everything I do. The idea of not doing everything in your power for other people is crazy to me. I learned it from my parents. Having children of my own I know the importance of having a safe place for them to go and learn. [The Westchester Children's Museum] will give children the opportunity to nurture curiosity and enhance knowledge.”
– Rachel Roy explains her commitment to philanthropy and her passion for the Westchester Children’s Museum, which will be located in the historic Rye Playland Bathhouses in New York, and will open in late 2011. Keep reading »
Hands down, the best thing about working at The Frisky is our amazing readers. We so heart all of your witty, thoughtful, and informative comments—heck, we even appreciate the mean ones. Sometimes, we can’t help but wonder about the faces behind the avatars. So we decided to launch a weekly column where we learn all about a Frisky reader. After the jump, meet H. Blue, one of our most prolific commenters. Keep reading »
In the wake of a string of tragic teen suicides, Dan Savage started the “It Gets Better” project to let LGBT youth know that there is life after the difficulties faced in high school and college. His project has inspired many celebrities and public figures like President Obama to speak out against bullying or even to share their own experiences with being bullied. This campaign has really touched me personally because I was bullied growing up. I may not be famous, but I think it’s just as important for all of us common folk to tell young people that they are not alone and that it does, in fact, get better. After the jump, The Frisky staff share our “It Gets Better” messages. Please share yours in the comments.
Collab crazy? Then you’ll be happy to hear that Target is reproducing looks from past Go International collections this February. The line will be a mix of the best designer collaborations including Rodarte, Luella Bartley, Rogan, Libertine, Rogan, Richard Chai, and Proenza Schouler (and more, apparently!). So … which Target collection was your favorite? Anything you feel you missed out on and will be happy to have a second go at? [Style] Keep reading »