From logo-print blouses to iconic quilted leather bags, we have more than 100 reasons why we scored the best stash of vintage Chanel ever.
The word is finally out, friends. A boatload of vintage Chanel just hit our site, and of course we couldn’t resist checking out a few, erm, items for ourselves. (What? We’re only human.) Here are some of the top picks from our Ultimate Score stash that’ll hopefully stir up some serious spending inspiration. (Not like you need it.)
Sophia Amoruso, Founder and CEO
Vintage Chanel Black Leather Tote
“Our vintage buyer Liz had a hard time keeping my grubby paws off these vintage Chanel finds. I’ve been known to steal a piece or two from the vintage archives, but alas, this one can be yours.”
Whether she’s talking clothes or pop culture, our vintage buyer Liz Franczak is one of the smartest girls we know. She’s also the brain behind The Ultimate Score, aka the best collection of vintage Chanel to ever exist on this here planet earth. Liz has had a busy month—first she had to put this entire collection together (which was no small feat), then she had to stand guard to make sure none of us tried to steal it (There are no limits to what an honest woman would do for some vintage Chanel—just ask Sophia). Here, Liz fills us in on what makes all of these pieces so special.
At 21, DJ and producer Sydney “Syd Tha Kid” Bennett is already a staple in the Los Angeles music scene, and we love Syd. (Proof: She deejayed our #NGFW party last year, and we interviewed her in our first ever issue of Super Nasty.) She stole our hearts as the DJ (and lone female) in the notorious rap group Odd Future, and since then, Syd has teamed up with Matt Martians to form The Internet, a soulful, jazzy hip-hop band. I spoke with Syd at her recording studio, Chateau Marie, where we talked about making money, her signature style, and how far she’s come from recording dudes in her parent’s garage.
(Photos by Cat Roif)
Whether you like it or not, holiday season is officially approaching. But, hey, look on the bright side: It just means infinite more reasons to party. Here at Nasty Gal, we love a good theme, so we put together some killer party ideas to get you in the celebrating spirit. (Say goodbye to Ugly Christmas Sweater shindigs forever.)
If you were totally entranced by the catchy beats from our Shoe Cult teaser, you’re probably dying to know who the face is behind that killer single. Well, we certainly were, so we decided to track her down! B O S C O (a.k.a. Brittany Bosco) is an Atlanta-based musician who layers smooth vocals over dreamy electronic beats, and she has super cute style to boot. B O S C O and two of her friends were nice enough to take us on a tour of their Southern town (decked out in head-to-toe Nasty Gal, of course) and total awesomeness ensued.
(Photos by Faisal Mohammed)
If you’ve ever been to a killer party in L.A. or NYC, chances are you’re already well-versed on Mark Hunter a.k.a. The Cobrasnake. The photographer—best known for his high-flash party shots—has documented only the most badass (and most famous!) party-goers in his decade-long career. Since we’re in total party mode, we thought we’d hit up the expert on how to get snapped in one of his pics. The result? Hilarious guidelines that you shouldn’t take (too) seriously. Check ’em out below!
It’s hard to believe one our biggest ’60s style icons, Joni Mitchell, turns 70 today! We’ve always been obsessed with her effortlessly-cool ensembles (think: no-nonsense shift dresses paired with T-strap flats), so we paid homage to the fashion-forward folk singer with some of our favorite throwback looks.