NYLON’s October Guest Book Ft. Charli XCX, JoJo, Sophia Amoruso + More
Every day, amazing talent passes through our glittery-pink NYLON doors, from new bands to rising stars to your favorite It Girls. While we could just write their words down, let’s be honest... a picture’s worth a thousand of them. Here’s who visited us this month.
If NYLON's office walls could talk, they'd tell you that October was jam-packed with visits from all of our favorite stars.
Girl Boss Sophia Amoruso and resident internet funny lady Hannah Hart swung by to chat about their literary endeavors. We talked about the road to making a comeback with JoJo and the life of a former Gleek with Samuel Larsen. Our favorite alt-pop star Charli XCX dropped in to play us some of her new tunes, and Bishop Briggs taught us how to rock unique personal style.
From PWR BTTM and Local Natives to LANY, Muddy Magnolias, and Sunflower Bean, our turquoise couch was dominated by musical groups. (Some of them even participated in special sessions recorded in our studio for Facebook Live.) We also got introduced to talented newcomers on the scene like CLAY, Jain, and Wrenn.
The month wouldn’t be complete though without mentioning that Adia Victoria stopped by to enlighten us about how she intertwines activism and art. (We're still glowing from the conversation.)
See the photos from our time with these kick-ass artists in the gallery below, and be sure to check back next month to see who else signs our guest book.
LANY serving major indie boy band vibes.
What's a Gleek again?
Local Natives always think outside of the box.
Hannah, we h(e)art you.
Capturing magic in full force.
Breaking rules never looked so good.
CLAY is cheesin' hard, and we adore it.
Muddy Magnolias dynamic duo-ing.
Please never get out and leave ever again.
Girls just want to have fun, right?
Wrenn is poised and lethal.
PWR BTTM, making dabbling in your mom's makeup drawer look good since 2013.
Strike a pose, Madonna style.
Sophia Amoruso giving one of those classy breaking-of-the-glass-ceiling looks.
Looking shady, JAIN.