#GIRLBOSS: SOKO

Our Portrait of a #GIRLBOSS series continues with the freespirited actress and musician Soko, who is all about making her own thing, and doing her own thing. Raised as one of six kids in a tiny village near Bordeaux in France, where there was “not much access to the city, or art”, Soko knows all about the

Stars in Stripes

Miss YouSA We could plaster flags all over our bodies, but for this 4th, we prefer a subtler approach. Whether you’re a poolside patriot or watching fireworks from dry land, we suggest pairing simple reds, whites and blues with Budweiser and BBQ. Pulling out that perfect, classic American brand tee isn’t a bad idea either.

Sole Mates

When heels are too high and flip flops are too gross, Vans seem to be the footwear frontrunner. They’re the kind of shoes you can get sand in, but they also have this strange way of working with every outfit. In Paris, girls go minimal in Vans, skinny jeans, and simple tees. In So Cal,

Just Dew It

Whether it’s after a morning run or a day at the beach, there’s something undeniably sexy about a little bit of sweat. And now that summer is officially here, it’s kind of hard to avoid. Of course, it’s a lot sexier to create the just-jogged-in look with moisturizer, foundation, and a little bit of lipstick.

#GIRLBOSS: ROSSON CROW

Artist Rosson Crow paints big, and thinks even bigger. Her large-scale artworks are drenched in color, bursting with energy, and vibrant with character and life…kinda like the artist herself. In today’s Portrait of a #GIRLBOSS, Rosson talks about growing up in Texas, making art in New York, and why she listens to a lot of rap music

Gals Of Summer: Chanel Castaneda

Chanel Castaneda is a girl who knows how to have fun. Not just in the party sense of the word (although she certainly has that bit down), but in seemingly every aspect of her life. The petite Los Angeles native spends her time pal-ing around with some of our favorite It-girls, including Brooke Candy, Venus

#GIRLBOSS: JEN VITAGLIANO

First up, we had the badass musician. Then we had the super stylish editor-in-chief. And now, today’s Portrait of a #GIRLBOSS showcases inspiring restaurateur Jennifer Vitagliano. Jennifer’s New York City restaurant The Musket Room has already racked up rave reviews and a Michelin star; not bad for an intimate neighborhood spot that has barely been open a year. (It must run in the

Ode To Lana

“Are you sick, or just a lesbian?” pried the USC sorority girl washing her hands next to me, upon first glance at my newly shaved head. This was a whole bunch of years ago, but when I’m back in the vicinity of my alma mater for the sold out Lana Del Rey show at The Shrine Auditorium, it all comes

Bandits in Bandeaus

There really should be a fan club that celebrates what Richard Prince and Abbey Lee created for Pop in 2010. If there isn’t, then I will make one and text all of you about it. It’s been four years since the editorial came out, but the leather-loaded images still make me want to ride a