Sisters Jennifer and Jessie Clavin have been making music together since they were pre-teens, banging out their first notes on their dad’s acoustic guitar in their childhood San Fernando Valley home. The two spent high school playing in bands together, most notably Mika Miko, the most interestingly named Dead Banana Ladies, and later played in


Nemesis Babe Shoots London Fashion Week

London fashion week is in full force, which means the style mavens of The Big Smoke are gallivanting from show to show in their best accouterments. As usual, we’re living vicariously through our favorite street style photog, Marie Jensen (aka Nemesis Babe) who’s there to catch every incredible furry, rainbow jacket, sequined sweater, and oversized jersey in


Things We Loved This Week

1. Spike Jonze and Elle Fanning’s Surprise Video for Karen O When the two were in New York for Jonze’s collaboration with Opening Ceremony during fashion week, they filmed an impromptu music video for “Ooo.” Because these are just the sort of surprises you get when you’re Karen O.


B6 x Nasty Gal

Remember our chat with über cool artist Brittney Scott? Well, she put her talented finger to screen to create some fun, exclusive, Nasty Gal-inspired pieces for just for little ol’ us. Aw, shucks! Check ’em out, won’t you?


The Beauty Rebels of NY Fashion Week

Twice a year, my fair city becomes inundated with what appears to be an alien invasion of very chic, very tall people. Beautiful people are always rampant in NYC, but during Fashion Week it becomes like a sartorial Comic Con of fashion editors, models, bloggers, paparazzo, and celebrities, leaving confused civilians like me to suddenly



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


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