André Saraiva – Dream Concerts

André Saraiva— aka Monsieur A—is a French street artist best known these days for throwing the wildest parties at his nightclub Le Baron. When he’s not turning away supermodels, Saraiva wanders the world showing (and spray painting) his art. Currently on view at MOCA through October 7th, “André Saraiva: Dream Concerts” is a series of romantic,

Meet The Cult: Jenny Ong

Jenny Ong is the ultra adorable blogger behind Neon Blush. Her style is basically basics-gone-badass with quilted biker jackets, asymmetric minis and zipped boots being regulars in the rotation. When she’s not working or hanging out with her two pups, she’s tempting us with serious food porn on Instagram (girl has a thing for soft-boiled

In The Minx Pump

Tienlyn from Say Hello Max proves that sometimes all you need to make your day is the perfect pair of heels. She takes Shoe Cult to the streets with our white Minx Pump, pairing them with sweet pastel basics one day and a high-impact dress the next. We can’t wait to see more #ShoeCult world domination.

And The Winner Is…

You babes aren’t afraid to let your shoe-freak flag fly, and we salute you for it. As much as we’d love to shower you all in pumps and boots, only one Cult member can take home the grand prize. So without further ado, the insanely lucky gal who wins a year of Shoe Cult kicks

Meet The Cult: Rachel Nguyen

Rachel Nguyen is brains and beauty: She has a fashion blog That’s Chic and a degree in economics. She’s been hustling from job to job for years—most recently as a denim designer—so now she’s enjoying time to work on creating her own clothing line, and also being able to hang out by the pool whenever

Working for the Weekend

I only get sick about once a year, but when it hits, it hits hard. And this week, unfortunately, it’s been germs 1, me 0. But I plan on kicking the sick soon—very soon—because this is a pretty big weekend. Nasty Gal is being featured in the WSJ magazine, which hits newsstands today, but I’ve

Meet the Cult: Michelle Kim

  Talking to artist Michelle Kim makes you smarter. Her paintings and installations reference everything from existential philosophy to poetry, religion and occult studies. If she creates something she hates, she might set it on fire or throw it in the street, only to retrieve it and decide that maybe she likes it after all…