Practically as soon as Donald Trump uttered the phrase “nasty woman” during the third presidential debate on Wednesday night (a comment directed, of course, at Hillary Clinton), we could practically hear the merch being cranked out.

T-shirts, bags and bumper stickers — all bearing the insult-reclaimed-as-boast — quickly followed.

But fashionistas seem to have settled on the preferred look, as modeled by pop singer Katy Perry, who campaigned for Clinton over the weekend wearing a tee with the phrase encircled by an sweet-looking heart that belies the tough-talking slogan. The design seems to be widely available through several different online retailers, including Google Ghost and Red Bubble, both of whom are pledging half the proceeds to Planned Parenthood.

What trucker hat?


Singer Katy Perry, right,cheers as former Nevada Attorney General and democratic U.S. Senate candidate Catherine Cortez Masto speaks at a get out the early vote rally as they campaign for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at UNLV on Oct. 22, 2016 in Las Vegas. (Photo by David Becker/Getty Images)

tap it if you're nasty

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