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Nasty Gal may be embracing more refined, Zara-fied photography these days, but its rebel spirit cannot and will not be tamed. Sophia Amoruso's brainchild is raring and ready to go back to school/work/what have you with its shoppable "Fall Of The Wild" lookbook — keeping those adventurous summertime vibes alive, too. Just with warmer layers.
In a cheeky play on Jack London's sophomore-year read, Nasty Gal's vampy-lipped model works the lens in tons of cool vintage finds (that you can purchase on the site) and moody autumn wares for an ethereal, punk effect. We can only assume the woodsy backdrop is present to further the label's literary pun. Ahead, click to shop head-to-toe tartan, grandpa cardigans, spiked bustiers, and more. And, forget about Normcore for the time being because #warmcore has officially arrived.
Photo: Courtesy of Nasty Gal.
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