Tour Mutiny's Sweet, New Showroom

  1. Begin Slideshow



    See All Slides

    We've long been admirers of Mutiny, the menswear-focused retail project helmed by Gert Barkovic. From its humble beginnings in 2009 as a small, shoppable display inside 14th Street boutique Redeem, the brand has developed into a full-blown men's mecca in the last few years. Stocking a well-edited selection of items ranging from simple matchboxes to high-quality denim, Barkovic has her customer — "the brooding man with a meaty intellect" — down to a science. With a robust e-commerce offering, a publication, and a second retail installation inside Wise Owl Club barbershop, the team opened a brand-new showroom/workspace inside 52 O Street artist studios in early November. So, yeah — it's safe to say Mutiny has made it.

    We spent an afternoon touring the well-stocked, majorly inspiring space, where every last detail has been carefully and thoughtfully styled. (There's even a rustic mini teepee for the official Mutiny mascot, Thatcher.) Ahead, get to know founder Gert Barkovic (a.k.a., our new creative guru) and her team, and get a sneak peek at the beautiful new location and the covetable wares inside. Trust us: You’ll want everything.

    Want even more R29? Get the latest news, tips, and can't-resist stories delivered straight to your newsfeed, in real time.

    Photographed by

    Begin Slideshow



Spring Must-Haves For Cool, Curvy Girls

No matter what day and time you're reading this list of rad plus-size finds, it's bound to be the perfect time to indulge in a little online shopping. Because, really, what isn't a good time for that? To make your spree a bit easier, we've rounded up the closet-worthy additions your spring wardrobe needs — now. Up ahead: read


20 Formal Frocks You'll Wear Over & Over Again

We can't deny it. We are guilty of one very bad habit: acquiring one-hit wonders. The number of dresses we've worn only once and then stashed away in the dark corners of our closets is truly abhorrent. Among them: the asymmetric, one-shoulder sheath we wore to our cousin's wedding; an overly embellished lace number read