Amanda Lang
Amanda is a Brooklyn-based writer and photographer with big dreams and even bigger hair. Amanda fell in love with music when she had a spiritual experience at a Mikky Ekko concert and wrote a subsequent review about said spiritual show. She is fluent in French and spent 48 hours in Paris, where she learned that the Mona Lisa is much smaller than we have been led to believe. In her free time, Amanda enjoys playing her acoustic guitar Linda, eating vegetarian food and finding abandoned buildings to explore.

Amanda already has an extensive author page on Galore Magazine where you can find some of her band interviews and witticisms. She also contributes to Viva Magazine and has written for a bridal magazine based in the UK. She is thrilled to have joined the BTR family.
Recent Posts
BTRtoday explores a Paul Booth’s dark art galleries in midtown Manhattan.
Claire Geist is the sort of woman who cannot be put into a neatly wrapped box. A model, photographer, software engineer, and fashion blogger, Claire has always been the type of woman who blazes her own trail. She talked to BTRtoday about how she got to where she is and what she is working on next.
“Style Like U” is a media movement backed by mother/daughter team Elisa Goodkind and Lily Mandelbaum, who are making an important point about the fashion industry by interviewing prominent personalities in their underwear. BTRtoday explores how style comes from what's underneath your clothes and why “Style Like U” is one of the most important foundations in fashion.
New York Fashion Week used to be an exclusive event directed toward the wealthy. Now, designers such as Dolce & Gabbana are selling t-hirts with Justin Bieber's face on it, and even Kanye West has his own fashion line. Is fashion just trolling us at this point?
Though it still isn't nearly where it should be, there has been more body diversity in the fashion world of late than there has been in years, but is it just another trend or is it here to stay?
This year's Super Bowl commercials took a stand against Donald Trump's recent political machinations. Some are saying that rebellion through consumerism isn't rebellion at all. Others are saying that sending out a message no matter the forum is important in and of itself.