The second black&white photo is just breathtaking-love her pose, outfit the angle you shoot from! I’m an illustrator myself and would love to see her art, do you have a link to her website or portfolio?
I love how you show her in different iterations of black outfits…you have to look closely to tell that they’re slightly different. I hope featuring on her site will boost calls, emails for her work (PAID, of course). What a lovely career to be an illustrator.
it would be nice to see sartorialist go somewhere other than milan, tokyo, paris or new york. why not baltimore or chapel hill or athens, georgia? or dallas? the fashion won’t be as good, but it will be different. new looks. new places.
he was just in south africa and nashville, so looks like hes branching out.
Although i dont agree that the fashion isnt as good.. sure people arent dressed to be photographed, but isnt that better? more honest..
The juxtaposition of her petite frame with the clunkiness of her shoes in the first photo makes an interesting and surprisingly flattering picture. The monochromatic look definitely works in this situation, it helps to offset the almost caricature proportions of her outfit. In all, she looks chic and elegant, and noticeably youthful, which is in contradiction to the mature and rebellious connotations associated with the colour black.