On Campus with Part Nouveau

On our first time time-traveling adventure with Lilah Ramzi of Part Nouveau, she taught us that when it comes to swimwear, skimpy has been in since before movies were in color. In her second installment, Lilah guides us through different decades on the college campus.

“I’ve decided to look back (way back) at the fashions of past semesters and found that when it comes to collegiate fashion, old traditions die hard. The perennial staples of pleated skirts, plaids and knee socks seem to defy the fashion cycle, coming back each fall just in time for class. Doing what I do best, scroll down for eigh


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Meet Feathers, the band behind the kick-ass song in our Shoe Cult video. Pop’s most entrancing new four-piece female band started life as the one-woman recording project of Anastasia Dimou, who left her NYC home in 2011 in pursuit of ‘space and a spark’ in Austin. She soon found inspiration in the open skies and wide plains of western Texas, where she penned a hypnotic debut record and assembled a troupe of likeminded musicians—Courtney Voss, Kathleen Carmichael and alternating members Destiny Montague and Alex Gehring.

Having released their debut album If All Here Now back in May, Feathers have gone on to tour with Little Boots and opened for Depeche Mode. As the band prepares to embark on its first West Coast tour, Nasty Gal caught up with Anastasia to talk about astrology, taking off for Austin, and the power of being alone

Interview by  Phoebe Lovatt