Thursday, November 7, 2013 Nasty Guys: The Cobrasnake’s Totally Ironic Guide To Getting Shot In Party Photos
If you’ve ever been to a killer party in L.A. or NYC, chances are you’re already well-versed on Mark Hunter a.k.a. The Cobrasnake. The photographer—best known for his high-flash party shots—has documented only the most badass (and most famous!) party-goers in his decade-long career. Since we’re in total party mode, we thought we’d hit up the expert on how to get snapped in one of his pics. The result? Hilarious guidelines that you shouldn’t take (too) seriously. Check ‘em out below!
Thursday, October 24, 2013 Nasty Guys: Drake: Started From The Bottom
We’re really, really into Drake here at Nasty Gal HQ, and today also happens to be his 27th birthday. This (obviously) means we needed to pay homage to our main man on his big day, so we gathered some oh-so-adorbs photos to show that Drizzy did, in fact, “start from the bottom.” From a bright-eyed baby (decked out in the best ’90s duds!) to a too-cool-for-school 8th grader at Degrassi to a suited-up GQ gentlemen, you’ll see why we’ve loved our Champagne Papi every step of the way.
Thursday, October 17, 2013 Nasty Guys: Jagwar Ma
Dudes in bands + Australian accents + dope outfits = every reason why we love Jagwar Ma. The Sydney-based trio released their debut album Howlin’ this summer, and we’ve been obsessed with Jono Ma, Gabriel Winterfield, and Jack Freeman ever since. Nasty Gal Photo Editor Cat Roif was lucky enough to chat up guitarist/beatmaster Jono about his favorite T-shirts, going on tour, and all-things Australia, so check it out below! (Bonus: Really, really pretty pictures.)
(Photos by Cat Roif)
Thursday, August 15, 2013 Nasty Guys: FYF Fest’s Sean Carlson
Thursday, August 1, 2013 Nasty Guys: Backstreet Is Back, Alright
I don’t know how to start this post because there’s so much emotion running through my head right now. Last night was one of the greatest nights of my life. What did I do? I went to a Backstreet Boys concert at the Grove (for those of you outside of Los Angeles, the Grove is a really, really beautiful…mall). While it might have been a low for the boy band, it was definitely a high for the fans. The crowd was more vibrant than I expected. I watched a guy take his shirt off and scream his number to randoms at some point. That was nice. Pretty much any ’90s boy band should elicit that kind of response, though. N’Sync, 98 Degrees, Hanson, they all should make one’s body feel like it has been lifted into the air and transformed into some orb of ethereal beauty. Let’s go through the list of ’90s boy bands in their glory days. Try not to die. I’ll do the same. Read More