Nats Getty Talks ‘Strike Oil' Fashion, Activism, Ridley Scott, Artistic Escapades
1 month ago - By WWD
For families of a certain stature, as in those who laid the groundwork for thousands of jobs across this country, a surname can be a boon or a bane to their existence.
As a descendant of oil baron billionaire John Paul Getty and an heir to the Getty fortune, Nats Getty knows that her family crest can signal preconceptions with some. But the artist, designer and LGBQT activist wants her Strike Oil apparel company to stand on its own. “In my eyes, my family is my family. I'm incredibly proud of them. They make me who I am today. I love them with my whole heart. People are always going to...
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