Eternal Flames

With all the love in the air this week, talk naturally turned to our ultimate crushes. After a heated debate here at Nasty Gal HQ, we dreamed up a list of heartthrobs we’ve been shamelessly obsessed with since junior high. From Johnny Depp circa “Winona Forever” to Dylan McKay and his denim overalls (and even

Harmony Korine

Happy Birthday to filmmaker Harmony Korine, the rebellious eccentric who continually delivers healthy doses of curious and surreal to the cinema, from the most recent Fourth Dimension and forthcoming Spring Breakers to iconic film Gummo. He’s not afraid to be disturbing by heading pretty far out there … yet he still somehow keeps it relatable, commenting

Todd Diederich

Always living it up to the fullest, photographer Todd Diederich has an eye for poetry and beauty in places you’d never expect it. All of his photos seem to have taken place in the midst of some weird party, even if the participants didn’t know they were attending. Based in Chicago, he feels the city deeply in

Ladies & Gentlemen, The Rolling Stones

As much as we debate the impossible question, “Mick or Keith?”, there’s no way we could ever choose our favorite Rolling Stone. In the ’60s, the bad boy Brits hit the scene and they’ve pretty much ruled the world since. The notorious frontmen have spanned the decades, basically writing the book on how to be

Matt Dillon

The Outsiders is one of our ultimate ’80s flicks, mainly because it featured a particularly hot gang of greasers that included a young Tom Cruise and Rob Lowe. The babe that really stole our hearts, though, was Matt Dillon. The movie launched his career and we’ve been swooning over him (and those eyebrows!) ever since.

Daniel Moon + Ramsell Martinez

Daniel and Ramsell first bonded over pizza while cutting 20 wigs to make KeSha’s dancers look like Kiefer Sutherland from The Lost Boys for the 2010 VMAs. She was performing as a final act and the duo was paired up to style hair for her 15 dancers. Needless to say, it was one crazy night and they’ve

Leonardo DiCaprio

When it comes to the topic of ’90s teen heartthrobs, there is no denying that our ultimate will forever be Leo. With bad boy good looks and legit acting chops, he totally stole our hearts in cult classics like This Boy’s Life, The Basketball Diaries, and Romeo + Juliet (seriously, can we talk about that underwater

River Phoenix

While eating birthday cupcakes for breakfast this morning, talk naturally turned to our biggest childhood crushes. The one babe we could all agree upon was River Phoenix. Unlike many of the faces that graced Teen Beat back in the day (ahem, JTT),  he was an award-winning actor, musician, and activist – not to mention, the eternal

Curtis Kulig, The ‘Love Me’ Dude

We’re sure you’ve seen LOVE ME scribbled all over the streets of NYC and LA, or maybe just your Tumblr feed. In case you’re curious about the mastermind behind the sweet request, we have the answer. Meet Curtis Kulig, a guy who likes to get his hands dirty. From creating iconic graffiti and stickers to photography,

Sean Penn

Sean Penn has always been a babe. From ’80s cult film Fast Times At Ridgemont High to revolutionary Milk and tons of other movies, he not only proves to be an amazingly talented actor, but also a great producer, writer and director. Seriously, we’re not sure there’s anything he can’t do. And we can’t help but love