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
Kate Middleton’s micro-sized, human bout of neo-royalty may release at any moment. While we wait, why not have a bit of fun with Photoshop?
Because you are not Patrick Star, and it is therefore unlikely that you live under a rock, you probably already know that Kate Middleton is currently in the early stages of labor (at a hospital …see more
The first round in a new series called “Funny Ladies Who Tweet.”
In a brand new series titled, Funny Ladies Tweet, we scroll frantically through the abyss of characters creating words on Twitter to bring you the funniest tweets care of the funniest ladies as illustrated by …see more
Of course you are. Let’s be real, you read Man Repeller.
Not since 1901, when Julia Davis Chandler paired peanut butter with jelly, have two separate entities gone together as well as cats and the internet (as evidenced by the deluge of Instagram accounts, tumblr websites …see more
Don’t get us wrong, though. We still seriously, seriously (as you will see) love Kanye West.
Written by Sophie Milrom, illustration by Charlotte Fassler. Kanye is a god, but Drake is the man. I would estimate that roughly 65% of the music I’ve listened to this past month was by Drake. Not since …see more
In a city of short term rentals, diminutive steals, ridiculous deals and misleading descriptions, Charlotte shares the details of her Craig’s List-fueled search for a new place to call home.
Written by Charlotte Fassler & Frances Corry, edited by Kate Barnett We had never picked up so many dudes’ numbers in such a short time. For nearly two months our phones read like a robust directory …see more
Here’s to a morning in the life of a Cronut eater.
Ladies and gents, it's July 1st. My memory indicates that this should mean a marginal celebration in favor of the imminent Fourth of July weekend and its balmy associations, see: a long weekend - typically away - …see more