SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Sept. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Sophia Amoruso, the founder and executive chairman of Nasty Gal and the author of the New York Times bestseller #GIRLBOSS, will sign her latest must-read book, Nasty Galaxy, following a keynote presentation at ONTRApalooza, The Modern Marketing Summit. The keynote begins at 4:30 P.M. on October 13, followed by the book signing at 5:45 P.M.ONTRApalooza All Access ticket holders have automatic entry to the event and book signing. Event tickets, which include entry to Sophia's keynote and book signing and a copy of Nasty Galaxy, are available at www.ontrapalooza.com/sophia or at the door. Pre-sale tickets are $97; at the door tickets are $125.
A creative visionary, modern-day entrepreneur, and fashion doyenne, Amoruso was recently named one of Forbes 60 richest self-made women (debuting at No. 53 with a net worth of $280 million). Amoruso's portfolio of powerhouse projects includes #Girlboss Radio, #Girlboss Foundation, and "Girlboss," the upcoming Netflix series for which Amoruso is executive producer and is expected to premiere in early 2017.
On October 4, 2016, Amoruso will release her second book Nasty Galaxy, a highly graphic and visual book that embodies the collective spirit of the Nasty Gal brand, Amoruso's own personal brand, and #GIRLBOSSES everywhere.
Hailed as Amoruso's new 'life bible' for young women, the book will approach fashion and lifestyle, music, philosophy, and advice in the same way #GIRLBOSS approached business—unconventionally, by turning the radical coffee table book on its head.
Nasty Galaxy will be part scrapbook, part inspirational journey, with moments of frivolity scattered throughout and will be both tactical and entertaining, envelope-pushing and conventional, surprising and refreshingly straight-forward.
Amoruso will sign Nasty Galaxy at ONTRAPORT's three-day Modern Marketing Summit, one of her three West Coast book signing events, on October 13, 2016 in Santa Barbara, CA. The book signing follows her keynote Q&A session with ONTRAPORT CEO Landon Ray.