Tuesday, April 16, 2013 Bringin’ It Back: Who’s The Nasty Gal Prom Queen?
Because love can be awkward and because it’s in the air and mostly because we love you—we’re dipping deep, deep into our personal archives to show you our very own prom photos. We may be touting a too cool Anti-Prom platform these days, but back then we rocked it unironically. So please, try not to be intimidated by our clearly very superior sense of style.
Take a look, then let us know: Who was the Nasty Gal prom queen?
Thursday, January 10, 2013 Bringin’ It Back: The End Of The Rainbow
Our latest vintage stash brings the bold with a kaleidoscope of high-voltage hues spanning a few of our favorite eras. Inspired by everything from 60s mod, when Twiggy was THE face and Courrèges saw the future with out-of-sight metal minis, to the 90s when Cindy Crawford was kickin’ it with the Fresh Prince and Versace reigned supreme, there’s no doubt this collection brought out our true colors. So go ahead…blaze the rainbow!
Thursday, October 11, 2012 Bringin’ It Back: But It’s An Alaia!
In anticipation of The Score, our new vintage section stocked with hard-to-find pieces from totally important designers, we rounded up some of our favorite magazine covers and ads from the era where supermodels reigned supreme and Gianni and Azzedine were household names.
Friday, September 7, 2012 Bringin’ It Back: Backstage Pass
We’ve always idolized the wild spirit and carefree style of women that rock, so we looked to the likes of Debbie Harry, Patti Smith and Kim Gordon to give our latest vintage collection a little sex, jeans, and rock ‘n’ roll. Whether knotted up with a pair of high-waist jeans and blood red lips or tucked into a leather skirt with a blazer, well-loved vintage band tees never fail to make us feel like a total badass. So turn on, tune in, and let the good times roll.
Wednesday, June 27, 2012 Bringin’ It Back: Pure Magic
Our latest vintage collection combines the best of our two favorite fashion eras – the carefree nature of Seventies rock muses with a dose of Nineties grunge. Imagine digging through Abbey Lee and Marianne Faithfull’s closets filled with lace, velvet and fringe before raiding Fairuza Balk’s jewelry collection from The Craft. Yeah, we went there.