Wow. I love the color. This is the same color combo as the April 2008 cover of Lucky Magazine, with Hilary Duff (orange top, pink skirt), but this is so much better. I really disliked it on the Lucky cover, but this girl has really made it work. Her accessories are fantastic.
I’m surprised to see her here because actually her name’s Ece SÃ¼kan and she’s a model from Turkey. She’s well known with her different and fashionable style. Although I like what she’s wearing in this photo, it’s not her best outlook as far as i know her style.
I love this outfit but either grey tights and grey booties/heels or bronze shoes with brown tights I would have loved even more. The black is a little harsh with the hot pink skirt. Then again, there are black polka dots on the skirt. tut tut…
Pink is going to be big. And I like it. My favorite set for next season is low waist, pink back, and flower pattern. So feminine! I like the waistcoat also. Not sure what to think about the fur here. With different settings it might go well since it complements this lady’s beautiful hair.
I think the key to the bright colors is that the pieces still look expensive. I think it will be far too difficult for normal women who don’t wear designer clothes to pull off those colors without looking cheap.
I think the gloves pick up some of the shades in the fur. I like the fur’s colors with the pink and orange. Not keen on it’s shape. But she and the outfit are very striking. Btw, what is she wearing on her right wrist? I’m always leaving scrunchi from my hair around my wrist, so that’s what it looks like to me. Probably some $$$ Balenciaga bracelet though :-)
I have never left a comment on this blog (or any other)… So this shall be my debutante.
For the most part, I think about 30-40% of Scott’s photos are truly a fashion orgasm. But those that are, remind me of why I love this business so much.
Her outfit is OK at best, although she needs to pull the hair back if she is going to do a scarf AND the fur.
MORE IMPORTANTLY… I love that this page has become so mainstream. Congratulations to Scott for that. At least people are looking at a fashion source other than US Magazine, Star and People. Have you ridden the subways of NY or LA? Come on ladies, is this really your source of fashion inspiration?
Most of the comments are pretty weak though, and seem to be coming from an uneducated or noninate fashion source. You can’t train good taste. Just because you know the “technical” name of a garment does not mean you know style. Again, congratulations to Scott for bringing forth a sight that captures an audience willing to appreciate fashion.
MOST IMPORTANTLY… Scott, where are you when im hanging out downtown? TAKE MY PICTURE!
Indian orange and magenta work so wonderfully together. It reminds me of India and especially Wes Anderson’s Daljeering Limited. Just two days ago I wrote a story about a lady dressed in the same colours on my blog. Bravo!
First time I’ve ever truly disliked a look on here. Awesome, awesome fur, but everything else! The buttons on that coat, pink and black polka dots, anything metallic, and together each piece only makes the others uglier.
Not cerulean…it’s lapis… You seem quite quick to critisize the rest of the readers of this blog for reading mainstream magazines. I find it quite funny that your user name comes from such a mainstream source as a Hollywood blockbuster (The Devil Wears Prada) created with the intention of parodying the fashion industry. Such snobbery! Where does this come from? Some people have a world outside of fashion, yet enjoy it all the same. Style is not about bieng “educated” in it. So leave the textbook formalism at home and let the people who read this blog speak their minds without worrying about the judgements of some subway-riding fashion nazi.
I love the comment about the fur preventing this from falling into the carnivalesque. I think that’s exactly right, and I *like* that it seems to extend her hair. The whole thing is bright, modern, confident, textured … thrilling.
And her physical beauty is certainly in full bloom. This is one my favorite shots by far.
I love the mix of colors in her outfit. It is really striking and looks straight out of a page in a magazine. However, I always wonder how likely most people actually wear these colors together in real life…then I realize that these are pictures of people in real life (even if this woman is a model).
I feel inspired to mix these candy colors which I already have in my wardrobe. I just don’t usually wear it together like that. I hope my office mates will not be shocked if I come to work in bright orange and pink at the same time!
Am I really the only one here who thinks it’s actually the proportion, which leaves much to be desired? I always loved that combo, which reminds me of summer in the ’60s. Though it washes me out, I would wear it away from my face (I wonder if this is what she is doing here, using the scarf almost as hair, to make her more of a “winter” hm).
But I just cannot stand the length and shape of that jacket with the tiers in the dress. But – JMHO (apparently!). Oh and I think the gloves are brave and unexpected, which I always like.
I also like the orange and pink, but I do think the black tights/shoes are sort of heavy with it. On the other hand, I live in a warm climate and would have paired it with perhaps brown or wait until spring/summer, where you rock bare legs w/it.
The proportions, colour combination, silver gloves, grey scarf – all are very good indeed but I dislike the dead animal. Not because it is a dead animal but because it is one detail too many.And the loose hair seems to grow into it….yuck.
Glamor taken to a whole new level! I’m glad she chose black shoes to help her upper body really pop. The metallic gloves look adorable reflecting the neon pink and orangle. The fur really adds some class.