100 Women We Love 2016

Here’s to this year's class of the women who inspire us, give us hope, make us laugh and make us want to get up and dance. 


Dressing masculine doesn’t mean you can’t wear pastels. You can look fly even while you’re working out. Olive, cranberry and blue make a surprisingly beautiful color combina-tion. These are but a few of the fashion lessons awaiting you at Danielle Cooper’s blog, She’s A Gent. Cooper posts stunning pictures of herself in various New York locales—including Sutton Place Park, Coney Island, the Met and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden—look-ing cool, sophisticated and oh-so-handsome in her stylin’ threads. Blog entries are a mix of Cooper’s thoughts about her life and style, plus information on where to actually buy the duds. “Living in Europe is what inspired my transition into menswear,” Cooper says, “simply because I wanted to dress smarter, more elegant and, at the same time, create a signature look. I found that Europe encompassed all of that. So in 2015, I launched She’s A Gent in order to share my love for menswear and style through one outfit at a time. I see myself as a person who has the ability to connect not only those who appreciate fashion and menswear, but also those who understand that it is not limited to one gender.” –GH

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