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MG hits ATL with Jack & Jack!

As you probs know by now…. Material Girl hit the road with Jack Gilinsky and Jack Johnson (aka JACK & JACK) all summer for their DIGI TOUR – check out pics from our weekend with them in Atlanta, and deets on our next meet up in Virginia – tomorrow!

So we started at Macy’s in ATL for our VIP meet and greet – hundreds of Material Girls came out to get their shop on and meet the guys.


Then we headed to their show, where they killed it… as usual.

NEXT STOP: We’ll be at Macy’s

Lynnhaven in Virginia with the guys TOMORROW,

Sept 9 at 2pm!

Come check out MG and find out how to score tickets to

Jack & Jack’s DIGI TOUR!

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In case your local paper hasn’t updated you, I have been lucky enough to spend basically my entire summer in EUROPE. Mostly Cannes, where I was recognized a lot despite my seemingly inconspicuous glasses…I should have thought it through but I didn’t.  As an American I feel that if you have the opportunity to leave the States and visit another country, you should. At least Europe- because it is very different. Not because “oh yes you must be cultured and open-minded and know about other rituals and differences”, but also to test your patience and morality and politeness. Unlike in the states where there is a no “smoking area” in France there is just  “smoking everywhere.” The French language is also made up of a lot of grunts, groans, sighs, and tssks which you aren’t sure are actual words or just noises people are making out of boredom or frustration. In addition if you want anyone to help you at any time in a restaurant or bar or store you need to FIND them, wave them down and then beg them like they are the lords before they do anything for you. The last part was just an exaggeration but just to give you a rough idea J Im partially kidding of course. I love France along with all its little flaws that are also what makes it genuine and a different place from anywhere else. Being in France we obviously did as the French do, and I for some reason thought that 3 croissants for breakfast was reasonable. Now I’m looking back at pictures and cant help but notice that we resemble beached whales more than beautiful swans on the beach. Do swans even go on the beach? No? Good!

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After eating the days away in France, me and my moms casually meandered on over to the quiet and unknown island Ibiza. Unfortunately I don’t remember past this point. Just kidding! It was amazing. Like ok Ibiza it’s crazy, it’s fun, yolo omg party lalalalalala. But there is honestly an energy on the island that is extremely calm and positive, but also just makes you feel good…and makes you wanna go out and cut shapes. Where we stayed overlooked the sea and two huge very famous rocks called ES VEDRA. They supposedly are magnetic and have healing abilities if you touch them. Legend also has it that when /and if the earth should come to an end, new life will spring from this point and it will be the place of rebirth. Enough history though, let me move on to nightlife.

It happened quite beautifully that skrilly boy X played a 3 hour set one of the nights I was there so being a 6 year going strong fan girl I obviously went and raged my heart out in the front like a lunatic like the entire time. I ALSO felt the need to yell all the songs I knew at the top of my lungs and like if you’ve heard his music you obviously know words aren’t the primary focus so I just looked dumb which I usually do at places like that.

photographer: Richard Johnson

After his set I was able to catch a half hour of Hannah Wants’, which was a really fun surprise. I have been a fan of hers for awhile now and it’s really encouraging to see successful female producers or DJs because it’s primarily a male dominated industry. And she also is like really good.  As far as fashion in Ibiza – I don’t remember much, I just remember shorts.

I now start college, which is exciting obviously but at the same time kind of horrifying. WHERE DID THE SUMMER GO? It felt like I was literally just whining about how it was SO COLD and I COULDN’T WAIT FOR SUMMER. IS THIS A JOKE?? IT’S GONE. DONE. Ok enough you feel what I ‘m saying. Its time for me now to tone down the Ibiza all night ragers and just chill a minute before I start college. Which will be a completely different and new experience for me but I look forward to it with an open mind and a bottle of Nyquil.


Teen Choice Awards: Living In A Material World!

Zendaya ROCKED the carpet at Teen Choice Awards this past Sunday in LA. She wore a one-of-a-kind, custom Material Girl dress inspired by the queen herself, Madonna. The dress was a modern day spin of Madonna’s outfit for her “Material Girl” music video.


Which one of you Material Girl’s wants this dress?! Show us your #MaterialGirlStyle on Instagram and we might just give this dress to one of you!

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HEY to all the readers. I don’t know if u heard (sarcasm) but I GRADUATED. GRAAAAAD. UATED. From High School. It’s very difficult to wrap my head around because I feel like its something I’ve been talking about FOR EVER and it finally happened.  There also isn’t the ominous presence of another year of high school and test taking up ahead like there usually is when you’re about mid way into the beautiful summer.

New York currently feels like its inside a fat mans sock. I. E. humid and gross. You know when u get that permanent Sweaty upper lip…type disgusting I know but don’t pretend you don’t know what I’m talking about.

A week before graduation I attended the classic party every American teenager goes to despite the really bad music – this is known as prom. What can I say? Those of you who have been probably know exactly what I’m talking about. Of course I had a beautiful time but I’ll attribute that to the fact that I partied with my awesome friends all night.  Not to mention awkwardly avoiding teachers because you may or may not have had some champagne and it would be weird to talk to them. Not to the prom dj’s who feel the need to play “please don’t stop the music” (what a prom classic I know they played that at your prom!) 5 times in 3 hours. Of course despite all of these weird prom factors, I got to spend an entire weekend kicking it with my high school homies. It was a great way to end the year.

This past weekend I went to a music festival upstate and truly had the most beautiful time. It was a little bit outside of New York, the vibes were amazing. Great crowd of people too and my god I heard such incredible music. Big Gigantic played a set right as the sun was setting and it started to rain but it just made everyone that much more into it and it was just an hour of everyone stomping and dancing in the mud. WOW AND THE PEOPLE YOU SEE!! For example a completely butt ass nekkid man that was running around during a GRiZ set trying to start up fights with people. Or the man who was literally dancing with a stick for like 45 mins. A stick. A little stick. No one gives a rats booty about anything and it’s so great. I think music festivals bring out the animal in you especially if it’s a camping festival. Your phone is dead like three hours in and obviously you can’t plug it anywhere. There’s nothing to do but sleep, eat, dance around like crazy and listen to bomb ass music. You get so dirty but you don’t even think about that. There is so much that you just don’t care about because there’s nothing u can do about the dreads in your hair or the actual layer of dirt on you, or your dead phone, or like ridiculously muddy shoes (peep the instagram). You just end up letting everything rock and focus on the music and the people around you. The other awesome thing is that literally everyone is on the same boats as you; all there to appreciate the music, and the sense of togetherness is like nothing I ever have experienced. I truly hope I can go to another one sometime soon it was an amazing weekend.

That’s about all I have to update you on so far. But yay me I made it out of high school alive and well! I hope you all are having an amazing summer and I HOPE you all are able to experience some live music somewhere, whom ever your favorite artists may be.