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Presenting Nasty Gal's Debut Collection, Shot By Terry Richardson

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    There's no need to introduce Nasty Gal, Sophia Amoruso's e-commerce site that's responsible for depleting your bank account for the past four years, but we would like to present a first look at Nasty Gal's debut in-house line. Comprised of 26 pieces, the first collection is a melange of cool-girl references that gets both Pretty Woman and Pretty In Pink on us with sheer, bondage-inspired onesies, off-the-shoulder sweaters, and not-so-sweetheart necklines that are more spicy than saccharine.

    Shot by nasty guy Terry Richardson, the first fall collection is named "Weird Science," and its pieces are named accordingly (the Cryptic Mesh Moto, the Fuse Shag jacket, the Corrupted Sweater...you nerds get the gist). Says Sophia, "It's trippy to me, because we are a purely digital entity, that we are manifesting clothes in the third dimension. We've been partying online with our customer for nearly six years now, and I'm super stoked to design a collection just for her."

    After looking through the full lookbook, might we suggest that Nasty Gal just go full geek and change their tagline? "All your bank accounts belong to us" seems appropriate.

    Need more nasty? Nasty Gal is also launching its very own magazine, Super Nasty, this September.

    Photo: Courtesy of Nasty Gal

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