Less than a year after her first high-profile company filed for bankruptcy, Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso has raised $1.2 million to grow a media brand named after her bestselling 2014 memoir.
Amoruso aims to turn the momentum behind her bestselling advice book into a full-fledged media company.
Nasty Gal raised a significant amount of money to fuel its rise: $65 million between 2012 and early 2015. It is now clear the startup was unable to maintain the momentum required by such investment.
Nasty Gal's #GirlBoss is no longer boss. Sophia Amoruso, founder of fashion site Nasty Gal, is stepping down from her CEO role, the company revealed today in an interview with Re/code. Read Full Story
Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso is boosting her efforts to grow Girlboss Media, armed with $1.2 million and a raft of new hires aimed at building out the digital media firm. Girlboss Media held its inaugural event in March with the...