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Here Is Nasty Gal's New Footwear Line 'Shoe Cult,' Plus Pricing

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Shoe Cult footwear, pricing below
Shoe Cult footwear, pricing below

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Nasty Gal has followed up the launch of in-house denim with a footwear line called Shoe Cult. All of the brand's usual style suspects are there—from army motifs to lady man sneakers to standard pumps in a variety of colors and materials, plus some seriously serious platform heels—and they cost between $68 and $188.

This is just another notch in the e-tailer's private label belt, and they'll follow it up with another 50 styles in September, then 60 in October, and then swimwear and lingerie collections in 2014, according to WWD. Founder and creative director Sophia Amoruso told the trade, "There's not a lot between Victoria's Secret and Kiki de Montparnasse, and we know how to design cool, weird shit."

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