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Tuesday, December 9, 2014 Vintage Goldmine: DOLCE & GABBANA


This week, our vintage goldmine star is none other than the master of the slinky slip dress, Dolce & Gabbana. We’ve gathered together some of the most iconic images from the Italian brand’s seductive legacy. So, rev up your sex appeal and get ready to slip into something a little ’90s with D&G’s lingerie-inspired wonders.

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Vintage Goldmine > DOLCE & GABBANA

Saturday, December 6, 2014 Nasty Gals Party Harder: Mamiko Motto


To get you pumped on party season, we’re pairing each party shop drop with a DJ that exemplifies the style. Not only will they answer some of our burning blowout-themed questions, but each is putting together a perfect playlist for you to jam out to while you’re pre-gaming or for when you’re throwing a bash of your own. So get ready, because Nasty Gals Party Harder. To kick off our jumpsuit-filled party shop, we recruited our girl Mamiko Motto. Read on.

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Nasty Gals Party Harder > Mamiko Motto

Thursday, December 4, 2014 Shop The Look: M.A.C X Nasty Gal


The M.A.C X Nasty Gal collection is finally here! We’ve gathered together three looks that pair perfectly with our Stunner, Gunner, and Runner shades so your outfit can look as hot as your lips.

Shop The Look > M.A.C X Nasty Gal

Wednesday, December 3, 2014 Newsflash: M.A.C X Nasty Gal on Into The Gloss


In celebration of the M.A.C X Nasty Gal collaboration (available tomorrow, December 4th!), lovely ladies Staz Lindes, Georgia Pratt, Naomi Shamada, and Teresa Oman hit the town in our new Stunner, Runner, and Gunner lipsticks for a very special Into The Gloss feature. Gal’s Night Out never looked so good.

Features And Shoots > Newsflash > M.A.C X Nasty Gal on Into The Gloss

Tuesday, December 2, 2014 Guest Edit: Part Nouveau’s Lipstick History


Lipstick has historically played a role alongside Hollywood’s leading ladies. Take the famous phrase that Holly Golightly emitted when she received a letter from an unrequited lover in Breakfast At Tiffany’s, for instance: “A girl doesn’t read this sort of thing without her lipstick.”  In honor of M.A.C’s collaboration with Nasty Gal, Part Nouveau‘s Lilah Ramzi (who’s known for having a keen eye when it comes to how fashion today interprets trends from the past) celebrates a history of lipstick in movies throughout the decades. So slap on your favorite shade and read on!

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Features And Shoots > Guest Edit > Part Nouveau’s Lipstick History
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