Great look in each photo. The top one is my favorite with the tall boots, serrated pants, and “dark night with a billion stars shining” shirt. I’m curious about the clothing in the walkthru. Is it personal or what will be seen during the show?
Especially love the first shot and first look (those pants are amazing). Also, I know they’re models for a reason, but it’s interesting to see how gorgeous these ladies are, even totally unretouched (I assume!)…their hair, skin, etc.
Can’t believe so many people are going on about the bag when he’s wearing a totally awesome jacket that he underplays to perfection. This is how to wear a garment that could otherwise be very loud and scary. he keeps the rest of his outfit low-key and the first thing i really noticed was his strong handsome face accentuated by a shaved head. the coral T shirt is genius. Great post Sart. ps – today’s photos for style.com are wonderful – the girl in the long furry coat and the beautiful pre-raphelite twins! – stunning!
If you’re really interested you can do a version of these with a pair of scissors and some basic black leggings. Make a cut and rip them with your hands – don’t cut these holes – it’s all about ripping. They may be a little more “raw” but they’ll look just as good (maybe even better in a more punk way). Now, will you look as good in them as Anja…. that’s another story.
Ooooh, The first pic is so edgy and sexy. Though I love the way her hands are so dainty. Also while writing this i spotted the candelabra in the back of the first pic, which is quite beautiful against the pitch blackness. Stunning girl stunning picture. Well done old boy
your hilarious, first you say you are such a different breed to all the other runway photographers then your front and centre to shoot the repetition. yes, you make an amazing runway photographer. when noone else is there.
In my experience- Yes, models are well dressed- they have insider knowledge and coathanger physiques! Yes, they wear their own clothes in walk-throughs. Yes, often they wear the shoes, as they can be problematic. The point of a walkthrough, depending on the show, is to check lighting, time the music, and familiarise models with the routine. And also, of course, to make sure it looks good!