Keeping abreast of what’s going on at New York Fashion Week can be a daunting task, even if you’re actually there. To make everyone’s lives easier, we’ve picked out our favorite fashion week sources so you’ll be guaranteed the best coverage first thing. More
Topic: Man Repeller
Everyone has that insufferable friend on Instagram who’s constantly posting photos of himself or herself, often with a million hashtags, always with a pout. Occasionally, the selfie is ostensibly about something else–maybe “hair” like Miley Cyrus below–other times, they’re just pure, unadulterated vanity presented without apology or explanation. Oh, and sometimes that obnoxious Instagram person you follow just so happens to be famous.
Here are 20 fashion industry luminaries who love their own reflection and the various ways in which that manifests. More
From what we remember, it doesn’t take much to repel 11-year-old boys. Isn’t that what cooties are for? More
A good fashion memoir should be clever, have a unique voice, and teach you something you didn’t know about fashion. These seven titles should fit the bill. More
During fashion month, when every fashion site with a photo department publishes slideshow after slideshow of “street style,” in and around the tents, you pretty quickly note the recurring characters. There’s model-turned-blogger Hanneli Mustaparta, there’s accessory-obsessed Man Repeller, there’s Susie Bubble in artfully clashing everything and, of course, Bryan Boy. These and other superstar style are always outfitted in a morass of prints, wearing hot-off-the-runway statement shoes and toting the season’s most prominent It Bag. They always sit front row. More
I’ve admired Man Repeller (a.k.a. Leandra Medine) for quite some time. Her blog contains a daring version of fashion that’s often inspired by menswear, and while it’s not generally a look I’m advanced enough to pull off, I like watching other people do it. Recently, Medine tried her hand at designing jewelry in collaboration with her friends at DANNIJO, and the resulting line, MR. DANNIJO (get it?) is pretty nifty. It contains some long-running MR obsessions (mustaches, bolo ties), as well as some fresh concepts from DANNIJO. Let’s take a look. More