I’m happy to see this photo — I think the black tights/black pointy pumps combo is very flattering. Until seeing this endorsement by you, Sart, I would have avoided the combo as outdated– everyone seems to be wearing their tights with open-toed frankenplatforms (as tamberk aptly describes them). What does everyone think? Would this look have been improved by the newer shoe?
Response to shoe question: I vote anti-platform here. Funky chunky platforms would make her trendy – the sleek sexy classic pumps she’s wearing projects the classy broad image she clearly embodies. And “those LEGS!” would be cut off in a chunky shoe rather than elongated into one continuous line of sexiness.
i ssaw her qt the shows the shoe was the louboutin hotest shoe boot definately not a classic pump : she was as hot as hell in the balenciaga puff skirt :shes the sexist woman on the front rows : a thousand dollars to any one that can set me up : she has an amazing smile = love her
This vision of fabulosity was also captured by Bill Cunni ngham in the NY Times Style section on Sunday, October 15. She’s standing in full-on sun so you can see the details of the outfit and the Louboutins more clearly. However Sartorialist, your photo is more aesthetically pleasing.