[slideshow] The Man Repeller’s Accessories

by Jerri Howell on Friday, March 23, 2012

in Events,New York,Slideshow,StreetStyle

Baby Blues - I spotted The Man Repeller a/k/a Leandra Medine this week celebrating the launch of Tommy Ton for Club Monaco. She was wearing the most breathtaking baby blue blazer and denim trousers (both by Ferragamo) and it made me crazy about swapping out my black duds for pastel palettes pronto.

She describes her full, enviable outfit here and not suprisingly, it was the way she wore her accessories that reeled me in, with the scrunched sleeves and trademark arm candy. Granted, her high valued wrist is more than mere mortals make in months, so please understand it’s not the brands (Hermès, Cartier) I admired as much as her mad embellishing skills. She’s of course sporting a colorful Dannijo necklace with skulls that give the high end look a whimsical flair (and I should blatantly plug her sheer Club Monaco tank since they were so cool to let me shoot the private event.)

In some of the posing shots we took (not shown here), I could’ve sworn she was swinging her fat engagement ring in toward her palm, out of sight. Am I crazy or has it not been published anywhere? If you are a good sleuth, you can catch it in the slideshow below…

Related Posts: You might recognize Leandra from my NY Fashion Week post here. She noticed something odd in my photos and it triggered her fun story here on seeing double.

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Janet Tuesday, March 27, 2012 at 11:54 am

LOVE her accessories – everything is done right without being kitschy.

2 Jerri Howell Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at 8:41 pm

Agreed, Janet. Normally, I would think the Dannijo necklace would be kitschy, but surprisingly does not upstage the Ferragamo…

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