Friday, March 29, 2013 Uncategorized: Melting Rainbows
Last week, our ace aesthete (our web designer Martine) braved the pulpy weirdness of cult movie du jour, Spring Breakers and somehow lived to tell the tale. This week, she’s getting us in a whole new psyched out mindset (perfect timing with desert days in our future) with the washed out prints of Taisuke Kayoma.
Friday, March 29, 2013 Behind The Scenes: #nofilter
Thursday, March 28, 2013 Studio Soundtracks: Dance, dance, dance with Girls Girls Girls
Way back in September of last year, we asked Parisian DJ Louise Chen to fill the big hole in our heart the way that only a proper playlist can. She helped us out and we never forgot her generosity, so we made sure to keep tabs on her—and more specifically her latest venture Girls, Girls, Girls—in the latest issue of SUPER NASTY.
Since we know you are extra on your shit, you’ve probably already devoured the magazine. Maybe even twice. So you also are likely well-familiarized with the Parisian DJ duo Girls Girls Girls, who have sparked a sometimes-throwback, sometimes-guilty pleasure listening and dancing party that have us looking for transatlantic fares on the regular. Until the next fare sale, though, we’re content with this especially awesome (and sort of cathartic?) mixtape. Get some friends, turn it up loud and get ready to DANCE!
Thursday, March 28, 2013 Nasty Gals Do It Better: In Stripes On Stripes
Natalie of La Vagabond Dame takes us to a parallel universe in the Straight Up Shorts paired with a contrasting crop blazer and spiked collar blouse. A sleek leather bag and perfectly balanced rings keep the focus on her stand-out stripes. Time to get in line, ladies.
Wednesday, March 27, 2013 Culture Shock: Oblivious Optimists & Wet Laundry: An Interview with Trinkets Author Kirsten Smith
Let’s talk about that first moment you realized that one of the woman responsible for some of the most formative movies of your childhood—we’re talking 10 Things I Hate About You, She’s The Man and Legally Blonde to name a few. Then, let’s talk about the moment that comes next: When you realize she’s just put a book out. And it’s about three very different teenagers. And shoplifting. We’re pretty sure that moment is called “euphoria”.