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Before the madness of New York Fashion Week really begins later this week, we took a trip down to the Mondrian Hotel this morning to check out the goods BryanBoy designed with fur maven Adrienne Landau. From rabbit fur bow ties in every color of the rainbow to over-the-top fox fur camera straps (yes, really), this is a collection that’s sure to be snapped up by style bloggers and, naturally, piss off PETA in the meantime.
America’s Next Top Model got the television equivalent of a total body makeover for cycle 19, which premiered last night on The CW. When host/executive producer Tyra Banks fired just about everyone on the show after cycle 18, she left many viewers puzzled, and now she’s given her rationale.
Yesterday we gave you the lowdown on ANTM judge Kelly Cutrone‘s former poetry aspirations, feelings about the Olympics, and the extra-special Skype sessions she arranges between her mom and fellow judge Rob Evans. Well, today we have another Q+A, this time with the show’s first-ever social media correspondent and veteran fashion blogger BryanBoy!
Fashion blogger Bryanboy is a front-row regular who, in the past, has been slightly mysterious. But he’ll be getting up close and personal with his audience when he transitions into television with the new season of America’s Next Top Model.
Even though pageant officials announced on Tuesday that transgender contestants will be allowed to participate in upcoming Miss Universe competitions, blogger Bryan Boy decided to weigh in on the controversy surrounding contestant Jenna Talackova (who was born a man, but is now legally a woman) via Twitter last night.
Today we got sent numerous links to a New York Times article about independent fashion bloggers making serious amounts of cash. In fact, three separate articles published this month are telling the world what we already knew: these bloggers are making a whole lot of dough through the help of agents. But is the bubble ready to burst?
Because bookmarking the addresses of your favorite personal style blogs is a bit too arduous, the Nowmanifest network now(manifest) exists!
The good people of New York Magazine caught up with BryanBoy last night at some event for sunglasses, and their chat with him elicited a lot of information we really needed to know about the Filipino fashion blogging sensation. To wit: dude makes way more than you would expect, doesn’t have any love for New York City, and can’t understand why there’s any reason to be scared of American Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour.
On Thursday night, Alber Elbaz and his game-changing collection for Lanvin Hearts H&M checked into New York City’s Pierre Hotel, where fashionistas, fashion bloggers, and fashion designers feted the line’s launch with a couture show and shopping party fit for a queen.
Happy Halloween, dear readers! This weekend has been a festive one, and it’s not over yet! While models have some pretty great costumes, we must say that fashion celebrities really take the cake when it comes to creativity. In fact, fashion celebs like to dress like other fashion celebs, which is all very meta but also fantastic.
Rest assured: Fashion bloggers are not lacking for attention from major brands. Sea of Shoes’ Jane Aldridge designed shoes for Urban Outfitters, The Glamourai’s Kelly Framel designed a bag for Coach, and now, Styleite’s favorite fashion illustrator Danny Roberts will be designing a collection of t-shirts for Forever21.
This morning, our hats go off to blogger BryanBoy who has become the recent owner of a super covetable copy of the November 1988 issue of American Vogue — we (and every other fashion nerd) are green with envy. If you don’t happen to be among those who hoard vintage glossies like something out of an A&E special, the issue is a total score.