Thursday, August 14, 2014 Behind The Scenes: A Peek Inside Our Denim Lookbook Shoot
Colorful furs, bright striped knits, and buttons on butts—what could go better with our new line of denim? Because we know that the perfect pair of jeans should look and feel great in any situation, we decided to put ours to the test. From rooftops to kiddie pools, Nasty Gal’s new denim line passed with flying colors. Don’t believe us? Check out our behind the scenes pics from the lookbook shoot
Thursday, August 14, 2014 Behind The Scenes: Designer Michelle Weinberg Schools Us On Denim
Wear them in or wear them out—either way, Nasty Gal Denim is all about giving you a lift. Our Senior Denim Designer and resident hair icon, Michelle Weinberg, designed our first ever Nasty Gal Denim collection with your ass(ets) in mind, “I hate jeggings,” she says. “I want comfortable jeans that conform to your body. I’m not playing around here.” We caught up with Michelle to talk cowboys, MILFs, and daisy-dusting bells.
Tuesday, August 5, 2014 Nasty Gals Do It Better: Kendall and Kylie Jenner Wear Nasty Gal and Shoe Cult
The Jenner girls have come a long way from just being known as Kim Kardashian’s little sisters. In the past few years, Kendall and Kylie have emerged as It-Girls in their own right. Kendall has even embarked on a quickly sky-rocketing modeling career, walking runways for Marc Jacobs of Chanel, appearing in a Givenchy campaign, and gracing the covers of magazines like Teen Vogue and Love. We love seeing the rising style icons sporting pieces from our Nasty Gal and Shoe Cult collections, like Kendall in the After Party Vintage Tumble Muscle Tee, and Kylie (pictured below) in the Shoe Cult Smooth Criminal Boot.
Tuesday, July 15, 2014 Nasty Guys: Remembering The Ramones
On Friday, July 11th, Tommy Ramone died, and just like that, 1,2,3,4, all the original members of the Ramones were gone. I cried when I heard the news. Okay, so maybe I cry a lot, at vacuum cleaner commercials and concerts and movies and previews for movies, but when I heard about Tommy’s death, I cried because the Ramones were important to me in a way that not many other bands were. The Ramones were my Beatles. Not only were they my Beatles, they were punk rock’s Beatles: they created a sound that would spawn in some way or another a million and a half bands, from The Clash to The Misfits to The Strokes. There would be no Nirvana without the Ramones. There would be no Black Flag, there would be no Beastie Boys. Don’t even get me started on Green Day or Blink-182 (or the throngs of present-day eye-liner-loving Warped Tour bands I can’t actually identify). The Ramones, with their hook-ridden, blistering-beat two-and-a-half minute tunes, are responsible for easily 97% of my favorite bands, who in turn took turns rescuing me at various angst-ridden, alienated junctures of my youth. By that logic, the Ramones saved my life, and for that I am eternally grateful.
Unif Twerk Boyfriend Jeans
Converse All Star High-Top Sneaker in Black Leather
Nasty Gal Play Ball Tee
Cross The Line Crop Tee
Just Female Dagman Leather Jacket
Unif Outsider Denim Jacket in Black
Ramones Emblem Tee
Thursday, June 12, 2014 A Week With: Ingrid Kesa Invites Us Into Seala’s World
Seala Loko is one of those girls you can’t help but be drawn towards. She answers the door wearing gold Comme des Garçons ballet flats borrowed from her housemate, a t-shirt, Marle tracksuit shorts, and a big, bright smile. Effortless, fresh-faced and magnetizing, it’s no surprise that Seala’s become something of an internet icon, with her Tumblr ask box constantly being flooded with questions about her personal style. When she painted boobs onto an old t-shirt and shared a photo on Instagram, people even asked where they could buy such an item.
A hippie at heart, Seala had all the comforts of a coastal upbringing in Byron Bay before moving to Melbourne a few years ago to study acting and undertake other creative endeavors, including modeling for local designer store Pet Shop Girls.
Although we previously only knew Seala from her online presence, in no time we were drinking tea, sitting on her bedroom floor, talking about boys, and playing dress up: she’s just that kind of girl.