Love when dresses/tops have low backs, looks so classy and sleek and immediately makes a woman look amazing. In my blog I talk about Stockholm Style, something quite different from Parisian fashion but equally as unique: http://www.johannasthlm.blogspot.com
That is an incrediblle picture. Her dress is my favourite colour. I love the long skirt and the top with the sheer back. It took me a moment to realize that the black shoe behind her belongs to the man who’s sitting in front of her
What an incredible dress. PFW has been exceeding my expectations in so many good ways – it is as if a city that is already overflowing with life is now bursting with it. I am so inspired by everyone’s creativity and enthusiasm. I love it – here are some of my pics so far from the week:
Beautiful photo! Love how the light falls on the girl’s back n the lower part of her dress. It looks very sculpural…like a classical statue…and the steps like an ancient amphitheatre create a nice contrast. It looks very timeless! I love your blog, very inspiring:)
Oh man! You nailed this shot. Having just returned to NY from Paris Fashion Week and having seen your working environment and all of the photographers who attend these things, I admire your photos even more. It’s so difficult to nail a good clean shot that everyone else isn’t already taking!
Love the photo. The contrasts, the light, the shadows of them, her dress, the story, the mysterius writing on the letter,the timelessness. Her back. One could write a whole adventure/love story from this photo.
Where I live, her hair, back shoulders and arms, belong to one of our long line of distance ocean faring, highly esteemed, Polynesian canoe paddlers. Women and men, who even today , navigate the seas in hand hewn outrigger canoes, solely by directions from the stars, to lands far from their island homeland.
Perhaps she is meeting one last time before her journey with her colonial King, amongst the brick and mortar, of his Palace Kingdom. A private moment. He has entrusted her with a critical letter of secret code to deliver to an island chief, half way around the world, across treacherous seas. She may never arrive.
Her audience with the King , her secret lover, is over. She is gazing toward the sea.
The blouse…if you will…needn’t have the hoop and loop of a bra because this makes it look like a bra. Perhaps the scarf was used at shoulders to cover. As for the skirt, nah. Needs hem raised just off the floor.
Everybody is wondering what the dress looks like in front. I think it shows a little bit too much, but aesthetically it’s nice.
And yes, I agree with someone who wrote that this is a weird picture. I think we are experiencing a change in your style dear Sartorialist, you focus on different things than like 2 years ago. This is interesting and I am looking forward to see how this evolution shall keep on.
Gorgeous. Perfect photo, great outfit. And thankfully no patterns at all! If i never see another pattern again I ll be glad. I think they make me motion ill. This is far more beautiful and restful to look at.