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Tuesday, August 5, 2014 Nasty Gals Do It Better: Kendall and Kylie Jenner Wear Nasty Gal and Shoe Cult


The Jenner girls have come a long way from just being known as Kim Kardashian’s little sisters. In the past few years, Kendall and Kylie have emerged as It-Girls in their own right. Kendall has even embarked on a quickly sky-rocketing modeling career, walking runways for Marc Jacobs of Chanel, appearing in a Givenchy campaign, and gracing the covers of magazines like Teen Vogue and Love. We love seeing the rising style icons sporting pieces from our Nasty Gal and Shoe Cult collections, like Kendall in the After Party Vintage Tumble Muscle Tee, and Kylie (pictured below) in the Shoe Cult Smooth Criminal Boot.

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Tuesday, August 5, 2014 Guest Edit: Yasi Salek @ Burger-A-Go-Go!


When it comes to music, the all-girl concept is great in theory, but can also easily go the way of Lilith Fair real fast if not executed properly. But in the case of this past weekend’s Burger-A-Go-Go, the female-centric festival put on by cult Southern California label Burger Records, awesomeness definitely prevailed. It helped that the line-up was robust and diverse, packed full of emerging acts like The Aquadolls, Death Valley Girls, and Feels (hands down my favorite new act, keep an eye on them), heavy-hitters like Bleached, Dum Dum Girls, and Best Coast (pictured above in her highly coveted Jagermeister t-shirt), and Burger sweethearts Colleen Green, Peach Kelli Pop, and Shannon and the Clams. Watching The Muffs play to the super psyched all-ages crowd, many of whom weren’t even born when the band put out their first album in 1993, was pretty special, but the most stand out performance of the night definitely came from Atlanta punk rock princesses The Coathangers. Their raucous, electrifying set almost certainly inspired the formation of dozens of new bands out of the adoring teens in the crowd, and even got this old lady to take a stage dive (I have life in me yet).

Here are some photos (special thanks to Blaque Chris):

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Monday, August 4, 2014 Just Sayin’: This Week’s Mantra


This week’s mantra comes courtesy of Jenné Lombardo, co-founder of MADE Fashion Week, owner of her own consulting company The Terminal Presents (which boasts clients like Alexander Wang, Playboy, and Macy’s), and a true #GIRLBOSS who definitely no longer needs introduction. Follow her for more motivation (and a whole lot of killer fashion) @jennelombardo.

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Friday, August 1, 2014 Top Tens: Things We Loved This Week

1. Beyonce As Rosie The Riveter


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Thursday, July 31, 2014 Studio Soundtracks: Lady DJ: Kitty Cash


We’ve been crushing on Kitty Cash for a while. But with the release of her new EP, Love the Free 2, we’ve fallen even harder. Like her first, the new mix celebrates the intersection of fashion, art and music. On the EP are some of Kitty’s favorite artists, including Kilo Kish, SZA, and Jesse Boykins. But that’s not all. The release party and accompanying weekend-long exhibition are going one step further, recognizing the power of collaboration through multi-sensory experience.  EP artwork from Jonni Cheatwood stands near a flower installation by Alison Valentine, all while a video diary is projected onto a blank wall. All in all, the exhibit is an experiment in diverse tastes and the people who curate them. We caught up with the mastermind to talk EP emotions, guilty pleasures, and what exactly happens when Bey shows up to your gig.

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