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The weirdest thing happened last night — there we were at our local speed-dating event, expecting no more than a few rounds of small chat and the usual dismal prospects, when what do you know? We get paired with none other than powerhouse publicist Kelly Cutrone! Really, what are the chances? Ok, we kid. We were actually at a screening for America’s Next Top Model Cycle 19, which premieres tomorrow at 8PM on The CW, but the interview room did have a bit of a speed-dating vibe.
Miss J. Alexander, Jay Manuel, and noted fashion photographer Nigel Barker have been dismissed from America’s Next Top Model after 18 seasons. Now who’s going to teach aspiring models how to walk a runway and take fierce photographs?
The holiday season is officially upon us, and Barneys knows just where you want to shop: Gaga’s Workshop.
Reader beware: the Twitter echo chamber is a dangerous thing. Contrary to popular internet belief, Suzy Menkes DID NOT break news that Raf Simons is taking over at Yves Saint Laurent.
Bryan Boy sits at the popular kids’ table during Fashion Week. And as a front row regular and street style fave, he has many thoughts on capital-F Fashion.
Part of the stress of Fashion Week is figuring out what on earth to wear. But, unless you’re someone like Carine Roitfeld, the editor in chief of French Vogue, or blogger Bryan Boy, no one actually cares. So you can imagine why it’s hilarious for us to see that those two exact people wore the same leopard print Givenchy blazer to New York’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
If you’ve ever had dreams of BryanBoy commenting on your sartorial choices, you’re may be in luck. Today, the blogger announced that he will officially be part of New York’s Fashion’s Night Out. He may have spent last year’s FNO “loitering downtown on Bleecker Street” like your average pedestrian, but this year, he’ll be hanging out on the Upper East Side.
Hath the volcano no shame? Not only has it derailed blogger Bryan Boy’s trip to Amsterdam but he reports (whilst weeping) that Dutch Royal Airlines have also lost his luggage.
If, sometime around Monday afternoon, you just so happened to have dropped by fourteen-year-old style blogger Tavi Gevinson’s blog, The Style Rookie, you probably ran smack dab into the following automated and somewhat terrifying message: This blog is under review due to possible Blogger Terms of Service violations and is open to authors only. Almost instantaneously, a twitter campaign launched, urging people to help Free Tavi. The site is back up now, but what was Tavi’s crime?