A look at the most recent from the cabinet of curious t-shirts, care of one Ricardo Tisci.
When Ricardo Tisci turned a rottweiler into a style muse, I have to admit that I was impressed. The gates of commerce heaven opened for the brand - Givenchy - whose simple black cotton t-shirt …see more
On today’s roster, Anthony’s Weiner and his wife’s untrammeled, sometimes admirable, sometimes confounding support.
Oh, sure. We’re pretty fond of each other, but the truth is you are all our favorite contributors to The Man Repeller. Today, we formalize that fact with “Let’s Talk About It.” This weekly column is a …see more
When did the definition of feminism become so muddled?
Would it be safe to assume that we've all read this past weekend's Sunday Styles story, "Sex on Campus"? If the answer is yes, carry on. If it is no, the brief summary goes: reporter travels …see more
How do we amount for the things we grow to love after we’ve already declared passionate hate?
Certain items maintain an exceptional ability to take us back in time. For me, these items have always oscillated more closely toward related-to-fashion because that's just kind of the lens I've always chosen to see …see more
Frankly, We Can’t Stop either.
Do you think Miley Cyrus ever believed that Jay-Z would return the favor of being mentioned in her 2009 hit, Party in The U.S.A with a mention on his newest album, Magna Carta Holy Grail? …see more
When did I become the girl in Ferragamo flats?
Something interesting I've noticed recently is that the way in which I get dressed, and more specifically the variables that force its evolution, have become increasingly less interesting. Where I used to sartorially compensate for …see more
Does anyone else still think about what mobile digital discourse felt like before touch screens? No? Fascinating.
Written by Mattie Kahn, Illustration by Charlotte Fassler Between November of 2009 and February of 2010, I wore through two pairs of cashmere gloves. The first time, I was mildly amused. (“I never liked those gloves,” I …see more
Antoin de Saint-Exupery’s novella celebrates 70 years of life this month which, of course, calls for post-memorial day commemoration.
You know what recently occurred to me? That a rose isn't actually a rose, a fox probably isn't really a fox either, and I would totally mistake a hungry boa constrictor for a hat under …see more