Wednesday, September 10, 2014 Nasty Gals In The Wild: Eye99
Thalea Michos-Vellis is the super cutie behind the eye99 Tumblr and Instagram, where she posts lots of photos of her cats and clothes (Comme des Garçons—check; Marni—check; Yayoi Kusama for Louis Vuitton—check). You might have also seen her hanging out in the pages of Oyster or appearing in campaigns for POMS. When she’s not chilling with her pet lizard Jazz, chances are she getting gypsy with it and selling stuff at the Camberwell Markets. We raided her wardrobe and took some photos.
Tuesday, September 9, 2014 Lookbooks: Play, Girl
(BB Dakota Hot Damn Coat, First Base Parachute Jacket, Nasty Gal x Minimale Animale Point Danger Bikini, Nasty Gal x Minimale Animale Treachery Bikini, First Base Parachute Track Pant, Jeffrey Campbell Dulce Shearling Pump)
In athletic silhouettes, pretty pastels, and fuzzy stuff, pre-gaming has never looked so hot. Trust us when we say you’re gonna be jocking our style.
Monday, September 8, 2014 Uncategorized: Shantell Martin
(photos by Meghan Mcneer)
White walls, T-shirts, and toys beware, Shantell Martin is armed with a marker and she doesn’t consider any surface too sacred. If you aren’t familiar with her work, Shantell’s drawings can best be described as a visual stream of consciousness, “a language of words and lines.” To us, her illustrations, done mostly in black and white and spanning across large walls or covering found objects, are nothing short of stunning. We caught up with Shantell to talk grandma collabs, drawing where you shouldn’t, and why she kind of needs a spare pool right now. — Chris Rellas
Friday, September 5, 2014 Top Tens: Things We Loved This Week
Bizarre scenarios, crazy yet lovable characters, and pretty colors—this Miu Miu video is everything we love about Miranda July’s work and more.
Thursday, September 4, 2014 Premiere: “Save Me From Myself” by ADI
Israeli musician ADI isn’t just an incredible singer—she’s a freakishly talented composer, rapper, and producer, too. Whether it’s because of her ever evolving, mermaid-esque hair, her slightly grungy Spice-Girls-meets-Harajuku-girl style, or the simple fact that she’s one of the most interesting and talented girls in music today, you’re going to fall for her. Hear it all for yourself with Nasty Gal’s exclusive premiere of her new single “Save Me From Myself,” which she wrote while on tour in London.