this shot is so memorable — from a series of stunningly beautiful portraits you did in the tents, all posted within a day. and then those photos in the rain…you were in the zone, or in orbit, or obviously having some other kind of out-of-body experience, and the results were spectacular.
I met her a few years ago at a CFDA event and we talked about her trip to the Philippines to visit some tribes. She was so passionate and informed, I was impressed. In fact she was wearing ethnic jewelry with her Armani dress, made it even chicer. I’ll always remember that moment.
Elegance and humor. Perfect. She is the Katherine Hepburn of our day. A classic stands the test of time. Does anyone remember how great she looked in the bucket hat and yellow cableknit sweater and jeans she wore stalking Richard Gere in American Gigolo? She wore a trench in that movie, too. And remember the brown dress? The hair? What’s not to love? Even when she’s bad (accidentally on purpose) she’s great. In a word, PERSONALITY!
I am Lauren's age. we worked in Paris in the late sixties. Then she went to Africa on a photo Safari and I went to Monaco to race cars with Charlie! Kudos to your photo, and a former colleague! Lauren you look great! Kitty Kitty Curcio Designs
I have come back and viewed this photograph countless times. Ms. Hutton is chic in a way that is so very purely American. I think if we were all to put our heads together and count, the number of iconic American woman who pull themselves together in this manner could be counted on less than two hands, maybe only one hand.
I am reminded of the late Jackie O and how she used to wear her white jeans and black turtle neck sweaters, nothing else but a pair of sandals and maybe a bit of jewelry. This kind of woman is, for me, someone to look up to even at my "not so young age" and emulate. Lauren is and always will be at the very top of her game.
Fab lady. I once read an interview with her and Gore Vidal, where she said something about having to travel a great distance to find good conversation (can’t remember which far-flung place he was), but it was worth it. How true. She came across as very interesting and intelligent.
She is – at the minimum an icon – if not l legend. I had a slight gap in my front teeth, similar to hers. I allowed my EX mother-in-law to talk me into having it FIXED and i will regret it for the rest of my life.