I especially love the first look and love how it ties in with the second picture. There is something uncomplicated and light in the textures and patterns that I love, a sort of “gypsiness” to it that is very unique. They could be a beautiful boho couple!
I’m totally in love with the last photo. That batik (?) print dress with those sage coloured sandals is wonderful.
The feet positioning in the third pic is disturbing.. its like one foot has done a 360 turn!
I rarely like all the looks in a photo set, but these are all lovely in their own ways. As allen says above, the ensembles don’t feel forced–everyone seems at home in his or her clothes (even the model).
Side note–are the feet in the third photo in some sort of reversed 3rd or 5th position? (My old knees hurt even thinking about it!)
I like the pic of the guy adjusting his pants. I get a major Joy Division vibe there (look, attitude…).
Funny pic of that women in white and green and black, with particular focus on her feet. Calls for a special footnote (pun intended): Assembly required. Please review legs section. They have been assemble incorrectly.
Again, this collection of pictures is fantastic and the Dries aesthetic is always great. Not a huge fan of the Marilyn Monroe theme in the latest men’s collection but the rest of these shots are killer.
I love the pattern of the scarf? (or top) in the first photos, so beautiful. The last photos, the dress is so amazing. It reminds me of Indian custome… ah sari. But the pattern is so unique and great. Such an beautiful outfit.
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An no doubt posts are very brief for novices.May just you please extend them a bit from subsequent time.Thank you for your work.
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