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Online retailer Nasty Gal is celebrating their rampant success by going a decidedly non-digital route: They're debuting a print magazine called Super Nasty. Why print? "It's basically that we had this budget for a video and we wondered, "Do web videos really work? We're not sure. Holy shit we have a budget. Let's make a magazine!" [The Cut]