Weird Science

The past and future collide in another dimension with our debut collection, Weird Science. Inspired by everything from ’80s bondage wear to corrupted computer files, the limited edition dresses are hacked and fused with metal, while moto jackets get unexpected twists like mesh panels and knee-grazing fringe.

The Future Is Now

Today marks the beginning of a new era at Nasty Gal. Until today, Nasty Gal has been a place that we’ve curated things that already existed. Now, for the first time, we’re creating things. For the past year, we’ve been searching for inspiration, sketching and ultimately designing our very first collection – Weird Science. Drawing

Working For The Weekend

 Summer may be ending, but the parties are just getting started. Here’s what the Nasty Gal crew is up to this weekend. Tessa, Executive Assistant: “I’m going to see Cults at the MOCA tonight!!” Elyse, Director of Merchandise Planning: “I have to send off summer at SummerTramp with a blow up water slide, inflatable pool,

And The Winner Is…

(ninunina) We’re counting down the days until we head to NYC for our launch party, and we’re even more excited to bring Amanda Richardson with us! Congrats, you’re the winner of our NGFW sweepstakes! We just sent you an email, so keep an eye on your inbox. A huge thanks to everyone that entered, stay tuned for

Dark Magic

With fall just weeks away, we’ve become enchanted with all things dark, studded and bound. There’s no better way to elevate an LBD or flowing maxi than with a pair of bewitching heels, so we wanted to share a few of our latest obsessions. (Garbage Dress, Les Mads, Sea Of Shoes, Refinery 29, MelBGirl, Style2Bones, Fanny Lyckman,

In The Shape Up Skirt

Laraki of The Blame On Mame proves black and white is anything but boring in the Shape Up Skirt balanced with a crisp blouse, collar necklace and platforms. We love how her bold red pout and neon pedi add jolt of color to the high contrast look.

Tauba Auerbach’s Digital World

With paintings of dizzying static, pixels and graphic type, Tauba Auerbach masterfully fuses the analog and digital worlds. The stunning San Francisco artist already has an impressive list of exhibitions under her belt (including a current stint at MoMA), and it’s safe to say that she’s just warming up. While we wait for her next stroke of