Oh my goodness she is gorgeous and I absolutley agree, Audrey-esque! I only wish I could cut my hair like that. I love your blog Scott and rely on it for my fix every day of NY & Europe and i’ve been loving the recent shots of my very own London.
She is so cute! Love her face and hair. Small framed faces have a very inocent appeal. I personally find that comparing people with famous personas is efficient in creating an idea of how one likes somebody. But I think she is more interesting being her self, than a comparison to gorgeous Hepburn.
cherubic, sexy, absolutely beautiful. i love the way she is dressed and her hair is so perfect for her. if she wasn’t so charming she’d be envy-inspiring. okay, that’s a lie. she is seriously, deeply envy-inspiring, but so charming i can forgive her. well, in time, and with the help of my therapist.
She’s a beautiful girl, but a lot of the way we see her is because of the way you photographed her. The first and third pictures are among the most beautiful things I have ever seen here- she gives new meaning to the term ‘easy grace’. What is it about Italy, some of your best pictures seem to come from there- I still can’t forget the one of the house painter with the scarf around his neck.
Sart- I thought exactly the same thing- she has something of Audrey Hepburn in her -before I was even able to scroll down to your comment! I have to say, I love her haircut and very sweet smile- those two elements make her style playful.
The smile; the individual clothes; the body langauge; the hair; and, again, the smile. WHO is she? WHERE is she? Damn I need a glass of wine now… In love, again. Scott – you’re a blessing and a curse with these images of such adorable, stylish ladies. But I’ll forgive you… if you PLEASE show us more photos of Giovanni B!…
so interesting…the jeans here appear to be nearly as controversial as the cape was on the guy in the east village. why don’t you post something funky by issey miyake or cdg — you, know, an asymetrical sweater with, like, three arms or something — and really get people all worked up. i liked the cape just fine, thank you, and i absolutely love the jeans, but those red bloomers yesterday…ick. different strokes, eh folks?
her lightness, natural pose and beauty is reminescent to me of jean seberg, she is absolutely divine, i feel in love with her geekiness the first time i saw her in brown pants up to her breast, oh and that hair….
people either love or hate those dang jeans…I will count myself among the “hate them” club, although the girl is 8 kinds of gorgeous, especially in the middle picture where her face looks so tan. i hope this does not make everyone go out and cut their hair short, it is only because this girl is beautiful with delicate features that the short hair works so well on her but believe me not everyone can pull it off!! even felicity had a hard time
She is cute in spite of her high waist jeans AND pants! Not that high waist pants (and jeans) are the problem, perhaps not very flattering for her figure. But even with unflatering pants, her smile, and her grace are making her memorable. If she was my sister, I will do something to those pants…specially the denim ones…grandpa cut anybody?
As has been said before she is stunning, and it appears so natural and effortless… but does anyone else things she looks ageless too? On the one hand she looks sweet and girlish, but on the other so elegant and classic that it’s hard to pick her age – in my eyes she could be anywhere from 18 to 38! Also, I think people should sometimes be braver to make the chop and go for a shorter hairstyle… You can have long, beautiful locks but the focus will always be on your hair, whereas a good shorter cut, will put the focus on you and your features in the best possible way… Don’t be scared people! Just my thought for the day :)
Wow, looking at this photo retrospectively, her style is more than “forward,” it’s downright prescient! I can’t believe how many people commented that they did not care for her jeans. I think she looks absolutely fantastic.