We're pretty fond of each other, but the truth is you all are our favorite contributors to The Man Repeller. Really! And we've formalized that fact with "Let's Talk About It." This weekly column is a forum for conversation, communication, and complete distraction from the jobs you're supposed...

*** IF YOU ANSWERED MOSTLY A's: Congratulations, Man Repeller. Sartorial freedom is yours. You haven't renewed your birth control prescription since Proenza Schouler's debut collection but hey, more cash for you. In the battle between finding yourself a man friend and investing in some...

Launched less than a year ago, Leandra Medine's The Man Repeller blog has already managed to catch the eye of some of the biggest names in fashion. All this week, Leandra will be blogging for Shopbop from NYFW. If New York Fashion Week has taught me anything, it's that man repelling will...

If this round of New York Fashion Week has taught me anything, it's that man repelling will always be in style. And while I understand that this blog may very well have a shelf-life, I'm just happy to note that fashion will always be about tailoring the collections to fit the preferred...

No need to thank me, it's my job to release the man repeller laying dormant within. Today, we start with Leila Shams, the crazy crocodile giving new meaning to the term and texture associated with said print. Because embossing is so 2010, here's to a literal crocodile print on your maxi...

According to the site, a "man-repeller" is someone who "outfits themselves in a sartorially offensive way that will result in repelling members of the opposite sex." Such outfit choices include, but are not limited to, drop-waist pants, shoulder pads, turbans, and lots of lots of animal...

The prospect of red lipstick as a Man Repeller is fairy controversial. Done in moderation, the beauty trend can exude a certain Old Hollywood glam factor. all photos by Who is Bobb-Paris Or perhaps, just some sort of vibe that reads: mature woman, good with her mouth. When worn by chronic...

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 Yorker, titled, "Difficult Women: How Sex and The City lost its good name" eschewed the article in question (which is really, really worth a read)...

It's your civil duty as a contributing member of society and the tight confines of Man Repeller's Cosmo to judge me for having referenced myself in third person for the sake of this post's title, so, go ahead. Are you done? Now? Fine. One last jab, make it good. Okay? Great. I'm glad...

Fortunately, we have an expert on the (extended) Team Man Repeller: Kate's mom, Dr. Nancy K. Barnett. Kate sat down with her mom this week to get the skinny on skincare. Here's what she learned: After spending an hour interviewing my mom last night, I was pretty certain that we're all going...

 

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