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We love a Sophia Amoruso soundbite. From speaking against Beyonce's #BanBossy campaign at Lucky FABB to explaining her "no assholes" policy to Nicole Richie at her Barnes & Noble, the unapologetically blunt Nasty Gal founder certainly has a way with words, which is why LA Time's recent rapid-fire chat with her is pretty much a Christmas gift.
After walking journalist Booth Moore through the new Melrose store and revealing that her business idols are designers Tory Burch and Michael Kors, Amoruso agreed to answer a few quick questions on the brand's future. We learn that Nasty Gal Melrose might be "selling vibrators for Valentine's Day" and "hosting some kind of sex ed workshop," that she gets her signature bob cut by Stacey at Tracey Cunningham but is "trying to get away from the bob because she doesn't want to become a "caricature," and that she "doesn't really care" about the #FreeTheNipple campaign.
The engaged Amoruso also explains that she will not be getting married in Nasty Gal but will "probably change into it."
· Sophia Amoruso brings her Nasty Gal and more to Melrose Avenue [LAT]
· It's Here! Nasty Gal's First LA Boutique Gets Dirty on Melrose [Racked]
· Sophia and Nicole Talk Stealing, Success at #GIRLBOSS Launch [Racked]
· Lucky FABB Highlights: Nicole Goes Green, Sophia Frees #Bossy [Racked]