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From Sophia Amoruso, the New York Times–bestselling author of #GIRLBOSS, a lushly illustrated embodiment of the collective spirit of the Nasty Gal brand, Sophia’s own personal brand, and girlbosses everywhere, with a foreword by Courtney Love. Warning: this is not a style book. It’s not about how to mix prints—it’s about how to leave yours on everything you touch.
Highly graphic and visual, filled with illustrations, photos and short essays, Nasty Galaxy is part scrapbook, part inspo-journey, with moments of frivolity scattered throughout. Tactical and entertaining, envelope-pushing and conventional, surprising and refreshingly straightforward, Nasty Galaxy is a dive into Sophia’s philosophies on work, relationships, balance, friendships, and more. It is a celebration of her roots in vintage clothing, punk attitude, fringe characters, and don't-give-a-fuck thought leadership.
Nasty Galaxy is Amoruso’s newest life bible, approaching style, music, philosophy, and advice in the same way #GIRLBOSS approached business—unconventionally. Oversized and in full color, this is the newest, coolest, must-have accessory.
About the Author
Sophia Amoruso is the founder and CEO of Girlboss Media, which connects women to explore success on their own terms through content, community, and experiences. Her 2014 New York Times bestseller #GIRLBOSS, which chronicled her early life as well as her experience as the CEO and founder of fashion empire Nasty Gal, was adapted into a scripted TV series that premiered on Netflix in 2017. Sophia is also the author of Nasty Galaxy and the forthcoming Girlboss Workbook, out on October 24, 2017.
“Nasty Galaxy is as much a visual tell-all of the self-made star’s work, style and friendship philosophies as it is the chicest scrapbook of them all.” —Teen Vogue
“Come for the peek inside Sophia’s home, her frank confessions, and pics—so many pics. Stay for the Q&As with women at the top of their game.” —Cosmopolitan
“A colorful, provocative mood board of the images that inspire her, along with the anecdotes and the offbeat life wisdom that make her the original #GIRLBOSS.” —Harper’s Bazaar
“Nasty Galaxy has bucket bags of more wisdom to drop” –Time Out New York
“If #Girlboss was a manual to making it as a self-made business woman, Nasty Galaxy is part coffee table book, part mood board of Amoruso’s inspirations...But don’t be mistaken, Nasty Galaxy is not deprived of Amoruso’s and Nasty Gal’s signature voice.” —Nylon.com
“Like a fancy Instagram mood board.”—The Cut
"A look-book, a memoir and a guide to being the boss of your life." —CNBC.com
“A colorful and eclectic collection of photos and stories that have influenced the Nasty Gal brand.” —Metro US
“Amoruso [takes] us even further inside of her stylish world with the release of her second tome, Nasty Galaxy. . . The gorgeous coffee table book showcases some of Amoruso’s own inspirations, interior shots of her airy California home, and life hacks and advice from women she admires.” —Instyle.com
"Equal parts bad behavior and modern-day class, Nasty Galaxy is a glut of cool.”--Bookpage
“Part memoir, part scrapbook, this tell-all from the original #girlboss will leave you feeling inspired to take a seat at the head of the table.” --InStyle.com Holiday Gift Guide
“In the pages of this book the #girlboss herself opens up the doors to her empire with a peek into 70’s-style home, shag rugs and all, tributes to her heroines like Siouxsie Sioux and the like, life advice you won’t forget, and interviews with all her most awe-inspiring friends —GP included. With its mix of interviews, interiors and portraits the book takes on a definite scrapbook-like feel, which makes it all the more enticing.” –Goop.com Holiday Gift Guide
“This cool adult picture book is packed with bold graphics, photos and short essays that embody the essence and attitude of the Nasty Gal brand…a winning gift for folks who embrace fashion but don’t take themselves too serious.”—Los Angeles Times
“A sort of scrapbook for [Sophia’s] millennial audience. It reads like a mood board for fashion inspo, Instagram creatives, and young entrepreneurs.”--The Cut’s “13 Greatest Fashion Books to Give This Year”