Laila Sakini

Laila Sakini is a fixture in Melbourne’s local music scene. Along with DJing almost every night of the week (or so it seems!), she also holds her own club nights, works in fashion with local labels like P.A.M. and Lucy Folk, and has contributed to magazines including Doingbird and The Blackmail. Oh and, did we forget to


Fitting In

Hi guys! You may know me as the former Nasty Gal Content Assistant, but in the last few months I managed to graduate college and move from LA to NYC, eating a shit ton of candy along the way. I’m all settled in and loving my new job in the Big Apple, but ain’t nothin’ like my


September 2014

For the first installation of our new monthly horoscopes by SF-based astrologer Jessica Lanyadoo, she forecasts what’s in-store for the next 30 days with a badass reading and accompanies them with your sign’s power animal (in emoji-form) and your very own power ballad (courtesy of Prince).


How To with Jayne Min of Stop It Right Now

The white button up: it’s a wardrobe essential every girl needs. But, as simple and necessary as it is, it can be a bit tricky to style (if you don’t want to look like a waiter, that is). We recruited designer and fashion blogger Jayne Min of STOP IT RIGHT NOW for her styling expertise.


FYF Street Style

Let’s be honest, music festivals aren’t exclusively about music—they’re also a place to showcase your favorite new outfits. We caught a few Nasty Gals doing just that on the grounds of FYF this past weekend. 



Everyone loves a good GIF, which is why we decided to capture our FYF memories with a Phhhotobooth at our VIP headquarters this weekend. Catch all of the frame-by-frame appearances made by Steaktooth, Blake Anderson, Marnie The Dog, Ty Segall, Jayne Min, Allie Teilz, and, of course, the Nasty Gal crew.


Eyeliner Evolution

Audible differences aside, women in music have long had at least one thing in common: Eyeliner—and lots of it. From the theatrical to the streamlined, music’s most memorable women have always been sporting heaps of the smudgy stuff. A few decades ago when there was no HD and nothing short of setting yourself on fire


This Week’s Mantra

This week’s mantra comes courtesy of artist Baron Von Fancy whose Instagram, if you’re not already familiar, is a beacon of inspiration (and screengrabs of retro cartoons), which is just what we need on a Monday morning.