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Finally, blogger Leandra Medine, a.k.a the Man Repeller, is working on some designs of her own! She’s teaming up with clothing brand PJK (Patterson J. Kincaid‘s rebranded name) to create a line that will be available for spring 2013.
How have you been getting prepared for New York Fashion Week? Hitting the gym? Loading up on Tommy Ton-ready accessories? Flexing those tweeting fingers? Odds are you’re not still not quite as prepared as this dream team.
Leandra Medine has an impressive wardrobe, and an even more lust-worthy shoe collection. In an interview with WWD‘s Footwear News, the Man Repeller opens her shoe closet to the world.
The other day we had a chat with Leandra Medine of Man Repeller about the window display she made for Maje. The conversation left us wondering: Just how did she manage to turn her blog into her livelihood?
On Tuesday night, Leandra Medine aka the Man Repeller proudly showed off the window that she designed for Soho’s Parisian resident Maje. We stopped by Maje for a peek as Medine, who got married last month) told us all about her window display, spilled the deets about her blog expansion, and gushed about her big ol’ girl crush on Tavi Gevinson. (Don’t we all have one?)
Leandra Medine, aka the Man Repeller, got married last night in New York, and we have all the details.
In case you hadn’t heard, Leandra Medine — the blogger known all over the place as The Man Repeller — isn’t repellant to men at all. In fact, she’s currently planning her wedding, and she’s already earmarked one of the biggest names in fashion to design her wedding dress.
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?
If you’ve read Leandra Medine‘s site Man Repeller, you’ll know that the young phenomenon devotes all of her time to blogging. But don’t worry: She makes plenty of money through advertising, consulting, and charging for almost every link she puts on the Internet.