Style Scoop: Nasty Gal Sets Up Shop, How to Get a Job at BCBG, The Gap is Anti-Instagram


Soon enough, you can be a Nasty Gal offline. Company CEO Sophia Amoruso tweeted that her frequented online boutique will soon be going brick and mortar, starting in L.A. [The Hollywood Reporter Style]

It may be hard to score an invite to one of Max and Lubov Azria's haute havens, but landing a job with their BCBGMAXAZRIA empire may be easier… if you're willing to use a little elbow grease. [Fashionista]

Falling into the Gap this holiday means meeting the most-popular, eye-cathcing creatives on VSCO, a photo-editing app that's being branded as the “anti-Instagram.” [Fashionista]

i-D magazine is eyeing “the next 30 years of innovation” with a website redesign and a directorial debut. The glossy teamed up with new Versus Versace creative M.I.A. and Kenzo to produce the singer's video for “Y.A.L.A.” [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Barneys may be under attack for allegations of racial profiling, but Jay Z is moving ahead with his BNY SCC holiday shop there under a few conditions: 100% of all sales will now be donated to his Shawn Carter Foundation, up from the original 25 % offer, and Mr. Carter will land a leadership role on a new council “specifically convened to deal with the issue of racial profiling” at the store. [Racked]

“This is where you should be for Band of Outsiders. In, like, 8 months or so,” reads a caption from the brand's Instagram page. 'Nuff said. [Instagram]

Told ya so: Alexander Wang was on hand to unveil SoHo's new Mercer Street Balenciaga flagship, and he was mad about marble. [The Cut]