Moa Aberg

If you’ve been itching to know more about that brunette babe from our Valentine’s lookbook, you’re in luck. We pulled some strings (a.k.a. just asked nicely) if we could ask this feathered-bob beauty some this-or-that questions, and she was totally down. Meet Moa Aberg: a model from Sweden who’s got a serious thing for Kanye and

Shoe Cult At NYFW

Now that our Instagram feeds are filled with blurry runway shots, numerous outfit selfies, and backstage beauty pics, it can only mean one thing: it’s New York Fashion Week! We’re especially stoked for this season because Nasty Gal made an appearance at Zana Bayne’s fall 2014 show. The fashion-blogger-turned-leather-accessories-designer created some killer all-black pieces (think: bondage-y

Printable Cootie Catcher

Dudes, it’s only a week until February 14, which means it’s time to seriously get your V-Day game on lock. If you’re at a loss on what to do with your love life, we created this killer ’90s throwback Cootie Catcher to help foresee your romantic future. Download it, print it, and play it below!

Copenhagen Fashion Week Street Style

Copenhagen kicked off the first fashion week of the year (NYFW starts in T-minus two days!), and we sent our overseas photographer/resident fashion babe Marie Jensen to document all the killer street style along the way. (Yes, this means she’ll be stopping by London, Milan, and Paris in the very near future. Get pumped!) In

Get Ready For #GIRLBOSS!

Dudes, #GIRLBOSS is (almost!) here. Nasty Gal Founder and CEO Sophia Amoruso’s new book is officially available for pre-order and will hit stores/the internet starting May 6. Here’s a little description of what to expect: “From the food bank to making bank, #GIRLBOSS is the story of how I tried to escape capitalism—and ended up a CEO. At age

Pirelli Calendar Gals

This #ThrowbackThursday, we’re celebrating 40 years of sizzling Pirelli calendar gals because, dang, it’s cold out there, and we need to heat things up. The now-infamous (and highly exclusive) calendar launched in 1964 and has featured some of the biggest photographers (think: Richard Avedon and Annie Leibovitz) and models (see: Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell)