Things We Learned on Twitter Today: Nasty Gal Is Opening a Store

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Sophia Amoruso

On Thursday, Sophia Amoruso -- the e-tailer's founder -- announced the company's first brick-and-mortar location via her Twitter account.

Nasty Gal -- the L.A.-based e-commerce juggernaut founded by Sophia Amoruso in 2006 as an eBay store -- is showing no signs of slowing its explosive growth. CEO Amoruso announced via Twitter Thursday that the company plans to expand to its first brick-and-mortar.

On the heels of the company reportedly bringing in nearly $130 million in sales last year, Amoruso plans to release a book next May titled, #GirlBoss: How to Write Your Own Rules While Turning Heads and Turning Profits -- highlighting how she transformed her one-woman operation into a company employing more than 300.

Most recently seen rocking the Nasty Gal line was singer Lana Del Rey, who wore the brand's "Accelerator Crop Top" on the cover of Nylon's November issue.

We can hardly wait for Nasty Gal's in-store debut -- let's just hope its treasure trove of vintage Chanel will be available there, too.

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