The City That Never Sleeps

A killer playlist sets the mood for every party, and with ours just weeks away, we’re getting inspired by one of NYC’s most iconic institutions. CBGB defined the punk music scene of the Seventies, setting the stage for most (if not all) of our favorite bands from the era. This one goes out to the place

Foxy Lady

As much as we love towering wedges and chunky platforms, there’s something about a pair of femme fatale heels that no other shoe can do. Whether dressed up with a skin-tight dress or down with a tee and rolled jeans, stepping out in sleek stilettos instantly makes us feel like we can take on the

Things We Love Today

1. Getting decked out 2. DIY nail art 3. Instant gratification 4. Crazy heels 5. Real talk 6. Summer love 7. The wild side 8. Getting ready with your BFF… 9. To party all night in the city that never sleeps… 10. And dance all morning

Indian Summer

This ’07 Vogue UK editorial featuring Gemma Ward backpacking through India in clashing prints, layered hats, track pants and pom pom scarves is so crazy that it’s kind of brilliant. Hey, at least she’s ready for any adventure that comes her way. (Shot by Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue UK, Sept. ’07 via Fashion Forever)

Empire State Of Mind

In New York, the sidewalk doubles as a concrete runway for showing off your sartorial prowess, making it one of the best cities in the world for people watching and endless outfit inspiration. To get ready for our trip to the Big Apple, we scoured our favorite style blogs to share some of the coolest

In The Kink

KayKay Blaisdell channels her inner Seventies rock muse in the floor-grazing Monterey Lace Cardi with a crop tee and The Kink High-Rise Jean. Gold circle shades and sky-high Litas add an au courant touch to her vintage-inspired look.

It’s Shoe Week!

It’s our biggest week of shoe arrivals ever, with tons of new pairs added every day! You know, it’s kind of like Shark Week, but with more height and less bite. Stay tuned to get the scoop on every trend you need to step up your shoe game this fall. First up, studs, spikes, and skulls

Our Favorite Spots In NYC

With our Fashion Week launch party on the horizon, talk around Nasty Gal HQ has turned to the stuff we have to do while we’re there. Luckily, we have some NYC insiders on our team who gave us the skinny on some of their favorite spots in the City That Never Sleeps. Union Pool: “For late

Rapper’s Delight With Le Happy

During the late ’80s, rap music began taking over the scene and hip hop influences reigned supreme. The style was all about baseball caps, scarf-printed bomber jackets, baggy pants, Adidas track suits, pops of neon and heavy gold jewelry. Run DMC, Slick Rick, The Beastie Boys along with their fans served as inspiration for designers