The Art Of The Butt

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There’s nothing quite like a gorgeous image of a behind—seriously! Butts can look downright adorable when they’re shot by some of our favorite photographers, and we’ve got proof. These sexy-but-classy shots of bums remind us that we need to pay a serious homage to the hiney.

Lunches: With Mae Whitman And Rachel Antonoff

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I want to introduce this new thing I’m doing for the blog, except it’s nothing special at all. I’m just eating with my friends and that seems totally normal, but these days we’re Instagramming snacks with 3 ingredients like we’re trying to make it on Top Chef, so this just seemed like the next (techno)logical step. Why? Because my friends are blog worthy, and they’re a lot cooler than I am. I mean, I’m totally partial because these happen to be some of my favorite humans but, hell, they’re just the best. I promise the rest of these won’t have a long drawn-out intro, but I just wanted to lay the framework. They pick the restaurant, and I pick the topic. Pretty easy, right? OK, cool. So without further ado, I present the first edition of Lunches: Rachel Antonoff and Mae Whitman. The topics: ratchet shit and splurges.

In The Paragon Maxi Dress

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Our girl Eugenie Grey from Feral Creature has done it again! Earlier this month, we were obsessing over her iced-out, all-white ensemble, but this time she killed it in a head-to-toe blue look. (Literally! Look at those insanely awesome periwinkle-tinted roots.) She sported our Nasty Gal Collection Paragon Maxi Dress with the Crystal Glimmer Clutch and knockout patent booties. Check out the deets below!

Miley Cyrus Moments

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1. The Annie Leibovitz Shoot For Vanity Fair

Guys, Miley Cyrus turns 21 tomorrow, so we had to show our Role Model a little bit of birthday love! She’s already had quite the year, so we’d thought it’d be hella appropriate to look back at some of her most iconic moments as of late–and get excited for the ones to come.

Yuno

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It’s hard to not like Yuno. The Florida-based artist creates fun, energetic pop music that—no matter what the season—always makes it feel like summer. Ever since the prolific musician crowd-funded his first album V on Kickstarter, music gurus from Pitchfork to The Guardian have been praising him as the next big thing. Yuno soundtracked our latest Shoe Cult video, and here I talk to him about getting his music to the people.

(Photos courtesy of Yuno’s Tumblr)