New today in Funny Ladies Who Tweet
You're probably wondering why it has taken us three weeks to finally include Kelly Oxford (author of the so-fucking-funny-this-counts-as-absercise compendium of short essays titled, Everything is Perfect When You're a Liar,) as a founding member …see more
Here’s your Monday afternoon pick-me-up!
Uncommon it is not, especially when you're American and want to engage in the fashion discourse, to find yourself at the intersection of dumbfounded and dimwitted. After all, so many of the pivotal terms and …see more
This week in, “Funny Ladies Who Tweet.”
In today's round of Funny Ladies Who Tweet, we're not exactly sure if the 140-character-smith behind A Fashion Blogger is a lady. We're also not sure it matters, though. Between Karlie Kloss, who functions as …see more
Feeling kind of ugly? Don’t even worry! Ryan Gosling can totally empathize.
Before you close the browser and attempt to begin plotting my assassination, hear me out. If you flip through the slideshow above, you will notice there are only - count them - six images that …see more
Because, sure, your juice cleanse is great–and we’re happy for you, really. But coffee and me? We’re in it for the long haul.
Written by Mattie Kahn Warning: if you recently decided that chewing is secondary to your happiness, this article is not for you. Similarly if you’ve ever had an elective colonic, or juiced kale at home, or detected a …see more
This week in our new series: Funny Ladies Who Tweet
Next up in our new series, Funny Ladies Who Tweet, RT @MindyKaling. In celebration of the imminent series of Beyonce concerts coming to the Tri-State Area as early as Sunday (!), here is a belated tweet care of …see more
Here is a look through what five ubiquitous fashion items could have looked like had they been severely affected by pop culture.
Why has it taken so long to think of this? A long e-mail chain started by Man Repeller's own Carlye, ignited by Emily Nussbaum's critique on the evolution of Sex and The City for the New …see more
A modern interpretation of Vreeland’s popular, deceased column, titled – you guessed it – Why Don’t You.
It is still Diana Vreeland's birthday and therefore reinterpreting the second most salient feature of her popularity is one fairly easy and highly enjoyable way that we can continue to distill her transcendent influence. For the …see more