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July 6, 2006 at 8:16 am
These women are ridiculously stunning. I love the first black dress. The woman facing away from the camera looks like ‘Old Hollywood.’
July 6, 2006 at 9:32 am
All of these looks are airy looking and fabulous.
I would love to try out number four.
The shoulderless top, the gold sandals, the turquoise bag, the belt, the flirty skirt … I think it is especially the quality of the fabric of the tube top that is so exquisite. Wish I had something like it!
July 6, 2006 at 10:49 am
i totally adore the last one!
July 6, 2006 at 6:37 pm
I find number one totally quirky and gutsy. It’s all white, and it emanates attitude and confidence. Bravo, Sarto!
July 6, 2006 at 7:38 pm
All these photos are giving me so many great ideas!
July 7, 2006 at 1:16 am
what a great mix of women!! Im loving the black dressBlack is HOT this summer right?the maxi dress is pretty spectacular too!
July 8, 2006 at 7:47 pm
Photo number 5… back of long print dress… took my breath away!
Mr. Sarto., now that you are back in NYC and considering the opulent location sites in Paris, did you feel how much your surroundings affect the fashion? Did you have an urge to dress differently while you were there? All that wonderful architecture & culture!
Photo Number 5 is not just about the dress… it’s everything!
July 8, 2006 at 8:20 pm
wow. i like how the woman in the black tank and shorts looks like she’s about to burst out laughing. but especially the picture of the back view of the flowery dress and how the hem is kicked up from behind her, so pretty and elegant. i love this blog.
July 15, 2006 at 2:19 am
In response to the anonymous comment above, and the magnificent pictures by mr. sartorialist I feel like adding: a city’s effect on people is not so much inspirational but Restricting. That is, restricting what one gets away with. In NY, many outfits (possibly including some of the above) will get you a collective “What are you, an asshole?”. In Paris, there is too much sex for people to bother with the opinions of others. In America, almost only the young upper class, feeling entitled, will wear whatever they please. This often, regrettably, translates to the sportswear du mode. Its from this style Ralph Lauren draws its heartblood. The abandon with which the affluent children dress is what RL tries, and often fails, to seize. Don’t call for “culture” in america; it won’t happen, and if it did, it would be tragic. The american brand of humour would die.
September 5, 2011 at 5:02 pm
…..”I’m dressed in dries, and all the boutique stores in paris”…Jay.
December 15, 2011 at 12:01 pm
Hahhahaa. I’m not too bright today. Great post!