Good grief, I can’t believe that someone actually used the word waste and Anna Piaggi in one sentence. Here’s a woman who believes that eclectic is what drives life and has probably never appeared in the same outfit twice. She deserves nothing but respect (think the Aretha Franklin song and you’re heading the right way).
Paul Pincus’s comment made me realise there will never be another photograph of Isabella Blow, she really is gone. She was unique and irreplaceable just as Anna Piaggi is unique and irreplaceable and so many of the less well known people in the Sartorialist’s blog. i hope to see a collection of his work published as social commentary or documentary as well as a collection of beautiful and inspiring images.
this look is quite subdued for anna piagigi. maybe it’s just me but she appears to have slimmed down? i find her fascinating. she’s so fearless and immensley inventive. she goes for it and has FUN with fashion. i loved how she non-chalantly stuck those bright sticker on her Dior bag. she pays attention to details.i love her jacket. tribal meets keith haring. fashion/style is what the wearer makes it (and how life shaped it). be it minimal,elegant,trashy, ‘quirky’, or whatever label or no label. anna is a colorful fashion machine. i love her style. with fashion (and in life) there’s no ‘supposed to’.
anna piaggi’s expression of style just can’t leave you cold. i, for one, will always deeply admire it. this look is no different, and its pieces superb. i’d love to have and wear that jacket and, of course, the hat. but above all, this photo is just stunning. stunning.