Ciao! Ho appena visto in un programma sulla tv pubblica italiana (Rai uno) uno speciale dedicato a New York e ti hanno intervistato. Mi ha incuriosito molto la tua passione e ti faccio tantissimi complimenti. Spero che tu capisca l’italiano :)
that’s judith bedard, a model. i worked with her on our last television commercial for old navy, she’s an amazing girl. grew up in cuba, speaks seven languages, wants to live in china someday. . . and as sweet as you can imagine.
in addition to the hair, she has the most amazing eyes you’ve ever seen.
Alright Sart!!! Keep track of this luminous woman. She is just ethereal. Beauty like hers is rare. This lovely woman could make a potato sack de rigueur! Between her beautiful presence, the radiance of her hair, and her devastatingly pale skin….I pray that her agency markets her well!!! She deserves a large contract with someone….her beauty is unfathomable.
she’s got the RED balance perfect. almost all the other colours in this shot are in the background. She looks like a woman you wouldn’t won’t to mess with. Confident to the hilt. Go Girl. i only hope i look half as good on my bicycle.
this is so good it’s sick. i feel flu-like symptoms. she’s…there are no words. her hair, the bike gloves, the clothes, the fierce (literally) boots, her lipstick, and landis’ endorsement (yes, i saw the pic on your blog too!) i’m going to make myself some soup now.
wowza. this woman has great taste, and i’m sure she stops traffic wherever she goes. bravo, mr. sart. she’s riding her urban steed. i love all the lines and angles in this composition. and yet another red color story. truly striking.
This truly blew me away. I was half asleep and this gave me a burst of energy. This is an amazing shot. The long red flowing hair screams out from the shot especially with that simple outfit and bike. GREAT GREAT GREAT SHOT SIR!!!
I’ve been thinking about the bikes girls ride in many of your pictures. They are always old or old style and look kind of unpractical (I live in a hilly town) but cool. So nice to see that a modern bike can look cool too and not just geeky!
Oh man, I’m crazy about the boots/pants, but the thing driving me to comment is the layout of the photo. My eye bounces all over from the girl to the street to the billboard to the BP to the distance buildings~ So damn cool, Sart!
you might not post this, because i think you might find the helmet debated to be tired….but the lack of head protection here really bothers me. Especially after seeing the heel on those boots. Riding a bike is serious business.
Besides that, everything else about her is perfect–and in fact I especially love the boots.
i’ve been reading this blog forever and this is the first time i’ve commented… amazing picture!! the colors are great. not just the red of her hair, but the red of her hair with that white shirt and those black pants & boots. plus i love her lipstick on the full lips. overall great shot.
Such beautiful hair and I absolutely love her entire outfit, esp that shirt and those boots.
And just in response to an anonymous comment from a few posts back….negativity is so draining, so why would one even bother to write a negative comment? If you have nothing nice or constructive to say, simply move on. It’s so much easier.
Absolutely stunning photograph of an equally stunning subject. I love how she almost looks superimposed on the background and how all the colours just jump out of the frame. By far my favourite so far, thanks Sart.
Sart, we all know you’ve been super busy with Fashion Week and all of your projects runnning concurrently. My question is, do you try to take photos everyday and post them to your site, or do you just keep a collection growing whenever you get a chance / the mood hits you, and then post from those a few pictures at a time?
anonymous who has that shirt: i want it! who made it/where might i find it? great picture. she is, of course, stunning. i wonder how that beautiful, loose, long hair holds up when cycling – mine would be a rat’s nest by the end of a trip! the boots are great, but the lips are what makes it for me. thanks, sart!
It bothers me as well, that she is not wearing a helmet. It would obscure her hair, but I would hate to see that beautiful head damaged. I would like to see Sart post someone beautiful riding a bike safely.
To Belinda: if all we get are positive comments on this blog, I will stop reading it, and I think others will, too. It would just be boring. I think Sart is doing a good job filtering out the unreasonable critiques.
Besides that, I have a friend who avoided serious head injury and probably even death because he was wearing a bike helmet in the city.
Can you believe this shit??? He snapped this photo on the street. Somewhere in NYC this kickass girl rides around on her bike, carting her, i dunno, portfolio of beautiful fucking art, and then she stops at some cafe to smoke a Marlboro with her friends Ang and Guillermo and then she rides off into the night and has wild art-student-sex with her hot classmate who transferred from Bard College.
Her life is full of magic and unicorns and awesomely red air and fashion. Total, fucking, this-shit-comes-easily-to-me fashion.
I give up, man. I simply give up. Hand me an acrylic sweater and elastic pants, because I can just never get to this level.
This is the most jaw-droppingly gorgeous shot I’ve ever seen! She has such a beautiful face, and such a unique sense of fashion, simple as it is. She makes me proud to be a ginger kid, and I’m so growing my hair long now. I love that she doesn’t appear to be wearing mascara, but her eyelashes are blonde (like mine!)
thought many times about this photo and noticed it wasn’t tagged in your bicycle section. so i went on a scavenger hunt through your archives. the hunt was dreamy–could look through these photos forever and sometimes do. really hope it never ends.
anyway, think you should add this to your bike shots. xo
I love this shot! Probably my favorite one in the book. If you look closely, the lettering on her red book says Marilyn Agency, which is a top modelling agency in New York and France. P.S. I love how she played up that flaming red hair and gorgeous milky skin instead of trying to hide it,like many pale redheads do. She portrays freshness, innocence, and maturity all at the same time. Brava!