Friday, June 13, 2014 California Dreaming: Weekend Plans: Splash House Palm Springs
Splash House, a party held across three beautiful pools in Palm Springs, CA, is this weekend, and Nasty Gal will be there soaking up the sun and the killer music provided by a host of different artists, including MNDR, Neon Indian, and our girls POSSO, pictured looking luxurious and lovely in the photos here. Be sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram for live updates of this uniquely amazing desert experience!
Friday, June 13, 2014 Features And Shoots: Top Tens: Things We Loved This Week
Thursday, June 12, 2014 Studio Soundtracks: Angel Haze
Angel Haze sounds like a rapper, but she feels like a one-woman punk band. Towards the end of her recent frenetic performance opening for MIA at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Haze jumped into the audience. She was invisible except for the strobe of cell phones and camera flashes that followed her from one side of the crowd to the other, her powerful staccato booming through the waves of fans rocking out to her words. Haze may be young and relatively new to the game, but she has an insanely smart literary mind and name drops both queer theorists and rappers in the same breath. I spoke with the talented Detroit-bred rapper about poetry, fashion, and finding her voice in the industry.
Thursday, June 12, 2014 A Week With: Ingrid Kesa Invites Us Into Seala’s World
Seala Loko is one of those girls you can’t help but be drawn towards. She answers the door wearing gold Comme des Garçons ballet flats borrowed from her housemate, a t-shirt, Marle tracksuit shorts, and a big, bright smile. Effortless, fresh-faced and magnetizing, it’s no surprise that Seala’s become something of an internet icon, with her Tumblr ask box constantly being flooded with questions about her personal style. When she painted boobs onto an old t-shirt and shared a photo on Instagram, people even asked where they could buy such an item.
A hippie at heart, Seala had all the comforts of a coastal upbringing in Byron Bay before moving to Melbourne a few years ago to study acting and undertake other creative endeavors, including modeling for local designer store Pet Shop Girls.
Although we previously only knew Seala from her online presence, in no time we were drinking tea, sitting on her bedroom floor, talking about boys, and playing dress up: she’s just that kind of girl.