When I first started shooting models against a garage door in my driveway, we’d sometimes fantasize that someday NASTY GAL would be in the ever-so-coveted pages of Nylon magazine. It seemed like a long shot, but since then we’ve grown quite a bit. Well, Nylon has given us even more reason (aside from being the

Hanging With Sarah of Public Personae

I had already been eyeing Sarah’s blog when she asked me to do an interview a few weeks back, and how could I resist? Since then I’ve been checking back often to see her daily outfit posts (check out the 30 Day Challenge), often styled with a great mix of vintage and pieces from smaller

Movin’ On Up (And In)

That’s right. We’re moving to a bigger, better, and brighter location in Berkeley, CA. When, you ask? Tomorrow. We’re growing fast, and had to jump on this amazing space while we could. San Francisco Bay Area locals can look forward to by-appointment shopping with us very soon, and a showroom/boutique hopefully shortly after. Pictures are

Look Who I Found!

I’m finally back from NYC! It was a short trip and a successful one, but I’m looking forward to hunkering down over the upcoming holiday months to shoot and fill the store with as many goodies as we can! I met up with the lovely Lulu on the last night of my trip, and hopped

Bicoastal Biz

I’ve recently fallen in love with Virgin America’s SF-NYC fares, and have found myself jetsetting back and forth between the coasts. I mean, it’s not only the fares–the planes are lit like a nightclub, play jazzy spa music, and have a pretty great onboard entertainment system. Stopped by the NYLON office for a brief chat,

New York, New York!

I’m jet-setting off to NYC for most of next week, but fret not! We’ll be adding a small batch of great vintage dresses to the shop on Monday, and you’ll still receive the usual lightning-fast shipping and great customer service you’ve come to expect around here. We’ll soon be stepping things up a good notch,

The Original NASTY GAL…

When I began selling vintage online nearly two years ago, I was faced with a task that every business owner encounters: finding a name for their business. For me, it was important to choose a name that represented an attitude as well as an aesthetic. The easy route would have been to hop on the