On The Fringe

There’s nothing better than dancing around with fringe flying everywhere, from an epic vintage jacket down to your favorite boots. Whether you’re headed backstage, hitting the beach or dressing up for a night on the town, check out our latest finds for inspiration and get your fringe on!

Meet Laine!

We were lucky enough to meet our latest vintage muse through her BFF and fellow Nasty Gal, Bonnie. She may look like a sweet California girl, but she’s also totally fearless with a knack for playing weird instruments and dressing however she feels – no matter what others may think. Get the lowdown on Laine’s

Spellbound

Work your magic in free flowing frocks, silk kimonos, threadbare rock tees, and more fringe than you can shake a tambourine at. Shop our newest vintage finds!

Sup, FORBES?

So…Forbes. When I was first contacted by Victoria, I was shocked — no business publication has yet told our story, while for years I’ve read Inc, Fast Company, Entrepreneur…all great magazines, but Forbes, man — it’s a gangster’s dream. It’s exciting and bewildering to think about how fast Nasty Gal has taken off. I’m so

Pure Magic

Our latest vintage collection combines the best of our two favorite fashion eras – the carefree nature of Seventies rock muses with a dose of Nineties grunge. Imagine digging through Abbey Lee and Marianne Faithfull’s closets filled with lace, velvet and fringe before raiding Fairuza Balk’s jewelry collection from The Craft. Yeah, we went there.

Nasty Gals Do It Better On Instagram

We all know that Nasty Gals do it better, so here’s your chance to prove it and win a $1,000 gift card, Nikon D7000 camera and sweet swag! Snap an Instagram pic (or ten!) that says “Nasty Gals Do It Better” – whether it’s scribbled on a sticky note, drawn in your sketchbook, or written

Lola Dupre

Armed with scissors, glue, and stacks of paper, Portugal-based artist Lola Dupre gets to work – turning anything from magazine ads to iconic images into insane kaleidoscopic collages. Inspired by both the beautiful and the grotesque, Lola’s works are proof that models somehow still manage to look amazing when shattered into tiny pieces.