Brusque yet futuristic! Like a sharp knifeblade against the neck. All business, no prisoners. She should be walking a Rottweiler with a 24K chain and a Hermes collar (if there is such a thing). I bet she is very nice to talk to.
Rich-red nooks and crannies of this coat are a pleasure for the eye as well as for the hand. Can't decide if she looks like a wealthy child's rag doll thrown onto the snow, or like the draped table in a still-life painting which is waiting to have some fruit and a silver pitcher arranged upon it. Love to ponder this beautiful photo, Mr. Schuman.
I'm not sure I like this combo. Although there is an harmony between the purse, the gloves, the necklace, and the color of the coat, something in the shape of the coat disturbs me and I don't like the boots. Nevertheless Anna is still very chic.
Love the outfit although she could have steamed the wrinkles out, I suppose? The difference in levels for the boots is obviously intentional, so I guess she was trying to look a certain way. And yes the accessories are killer! Jorge from WPB
I tend to prefer something more playful… the woman looks very stern. The saving grace, though, is the high-waisted belt. It adds enough detail to make the outfit more than standard. Even if this woman and I won't throw snowballs at each other near Christmas, I like the bunching of the gloves/sleeves of her outfit.
Great outfit for a fashion magazine pic but way to much for walking down the street. I think this fabulous coat and bag could have been combined with softer colours and materials to make it more accessible. When I look at her like this I see a feeling of uneasiness!!!
She looks as though she were posing for Iron Man 2. Here she is a fashion victim and it is not at all flattering. And, might I add, this is the first photo of Anna I have seen that I have not liked. This should have been left in the darkroom.
not loving this.. there's a wrinkly quality about the whole outfit that makes it look like she just got out of the tumble dryer. and the boots to me are a total no-no. the way they're scrunched differently almost makes me think of pippi longstocking,
Saw this dress on another fashion blog, on a smaller "famous lady" and it didn't work at all. Here it really works, and you can see the genius of the design. This photo made me say to myself: "I really want this red dress!"
Sorry, but she looks uncomfortable. Or rather, I feel uncomfortable looking at her. And, to tell you the truth, all these outfits look the same after awhile. Yes, these people are fashionable, but though they try to be original, their originality begins to meld into one, repeat outfit. I can't explain myself. Sorry.
I love the red coat, the gloves and the purse, though I feel the addition of the boots took it a little too far. Too many creases. It would have worked better for me, I think, if she'd worn sleek black boots. And maybe held herself less awkwardly.
Tonight in Berlin Scott said that he tends to show only 3/4 of pictures when people wear bad shoes. I don't know what label Anna's boots are or how much they cost, but the look like a disease… And it's such a shame, because the suit (Lanvin?) looks so beautiful, also with the black gloves, which could have been a little bit longer.
I don't wanna see these shoes ever again! Anna go and have them turned into a nice extension of your gloves. The rest is a winner :-)
She should have gone for some simpler shoes, such as black kitten heels or even sleek, streamlined boots. Anything but those rumpled things that take away from the magnificent creasing in the jacket. Love that cherry red color though. It seems to complement almost everybody, regardless of skin, hair, and eye color!
This is so easy to accomplish Anna..where's the effort? If you wanna go monochromatic change the shape the fabric the shade of the color…. do not follow this example… this is DATED……she coulda changed the skirt for something with more impact…like BALMAIN PANTS…or wear the skirt with BALMAIN JACKET…but i really like the jacket..THE SKIRT IS WRONG…. and i know she has balmain in her closet….this is kinda tacky….the accesories are ok.. this look is made of luxury brands but she didnt pull it off…
Everyone seems so affected by who she is (Anna!) and the fact that she is wearing Lanvin. Honestly, on an unknown, I don't feel that many would be so impressed and would not be forgiving of this awkward use of many designer labels. Frankly, she looks like Raggedy Ann after a shopping spree at Saks.