I am absolutely stoked to be also lending my talents as a fashion editor to Curve, the nation’s best selling lesbian print magazine! I recently got the opportunity to profile Getty oil heiress and designer Nats Getty for Curve. Check out the original feature below and be sure to tune into Curve for more of my fashion picks and interviews!
Portrait of an Heiress
Natalia “Nats” Getty is a 23 year old model, artist, activist, and heir to the Getty oil fortune who is shaping her own vision of what a successful out and proud socialite heiress looks like. When she’s not working closely with GLAAD or collaborating with her mom and brother to provide new infrastructure for the Los Angeles LGBT Center, she is designing custom leather jackets for Strike Oil, her clothing and lifestyle brand. Each artfully designed Strike Oil jacket is a one-of-a-kind collectible that celebrates the individual, the different, and the “out there.”
A self-described tomboy, Nats was born in Los Angeles and spent her childhood in Santa Monica tree climbing and skateboarding, until the age of eight, when she moved to England for boarding school and to be with her family. Today, she is back in the U.S., residing mostly in West Hollywood, but also jet-setting across the globe.
Photographer Molly Adams spent the day shooting Nats’ sexy andro style and unique Strike Oil designs. The sizzling Cali desert was the perfect location to capture all of this Getty heat!