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Medine responded along the lines of "I get discounts and gifts and stuff." She also said, "The site is about good fashion. Not about how much you have to spend or not to make an outfit work. I've always intended to inspire readers to try the styles I display and make them their own. When people read Vogue they don't think: okay, how am I going to get my hands on this alligator skin jacket that costs just about the same as a Tribeca loft. No. They're inspired."—Kenzie Bryant
Update: At the time this post was written, Oxford's open letter wasn't accessible on her Tumblr, but now it's back. You can find the original here.
· An Open Letter/Rant About Man Repeller [Lydia Encyclopidia]
· The Man Repeller [Tumblr]