What happens when the Man Repeller no longer repels men?
Leandra Medine, a.k.a. The Man Repeller, has defied her mantra of man repellence and tied the knot to her longtime, on-again off-again boyfriend Abie Cohen, who works in finance (which is basically the only detail Leandra's publicly revealed about him). The wedding, held on Thursday evening, took place at the St. Regis Hotel in New York and was attended by around 300 people, according to Women's Wear Daily.
The irony of the Man Repeller (whose blog celebrates the offbeat high fashion women love and men run from) snagging a man was not lost on Medine's many followers, who voiced their reactions when Medine announced her engagement in December.
But despite having successfully attracted a man, the Man Repeller proved she's still committed to her repellent fashion sense with her wedding day ensemble. The bride wore a fitted Marchesa dress with poofy tiers of tulle at the bottom and donned a white satin moto jacket, custom-designed by pal Rebecca Minkoff, while walking down the aisle.
She also kept her beloved "arm party" alive with chunky, sparkling bracelets on both wrists and wore a wreath of white flowers in her hair, which was left loose and wavy. Man repelling under the chuppah? Awesome.
Read more about the nuptials on WWD.com and check out some classic Man Repeller pics from the wedding day (via Instagram) below. Mazel tov to the happy couple!
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