Wednesday, October 16, 2013 Globetrotter: Keely’s European Diary, Part One
Sure, we may not be able to drop everything and travel to Europe, but we found the next best thing. NG Studio Production Intern and UCLA student Keely Murphy headed across the pond to study Studio Art at Central Saint Martins in London this fall, and (lucky for us!) she’s sharing every last detail. Check out the latest excerpts from her diary, and stay tuned for future European adventures over the next couple months!
Wednesday, October 16, 2013 Studio Soundtracks: Meet The Cult: Eiko Hara
Another day, another Shoe Cult disciple! This morning, we’re gettin’ down with NYC DJ/singer/total babetron Eiko Hara. When she’s not mastering her less-is-more ’90s aesthetic, she contributes to Elle Japan and makes some of the sickest mixes to boot. There’s (truly!) nothing better than a fashionable girl with a great taste in tunes, so we had Eiko create the ultimate Nasty Gal playlist—and, of course, share some of her killer style tips along the way.
(Shoe Cult photos by Cara Stricker; others by Ben Russell and Shawn Roche)
Tuesday, October 15, 2013 NGTV: Shoe Cult Rises
Sure, you might’ve peeped the latest Shoe Cult collection, but have you seen our kicks in action? Yeah, didn’t think so. Director Alexa Karolinski paired platform sneakers, metallic pumps, and printed loafers with killer motion graphics by Tara Sinn for a tripped-out video teaser that seriously makes us want to step up our shoe game.
(Music: “Names” by B O S C O x Treasure Fingers)
Tuesday, October 15, 2013 Globetrotter: Meet The Cult: Luanna Perez-Garreaud
When we unveiled our newest crop of Shoe Cult disciples yesterday, we were just dying to know more about these badass NYC babes. So, all week long we’re digging a little deeper to see what makes these ladies really tick. First up? Le Happy fashion blogger Luanna Perez-Garreaud. One peep at her site, and you’ll see she has a serious penchant for mostly black, ’90s-inspired ensembles paired with sky-high creepers and crimson-tipped strands. The coolest part about Lua, though, is that she relocated to Brooklyn only a couple years ago—from Peru! She was awesome enough to share all her favorite spots in Lima—the capital where she grew up—and now we’re officially in need of a vacation.
(Shoe Cult photos by Cara Stricker)