Is there anyone else in this photo apart from that fabulous woman?! I love her entire ensemble, so dramatic and simple. The bright red, the large sunnies, large hoop earrings. Red and black – so dramatic and elegant.
I’ve noticed a lot of fuller skirted shirt dresses in your pictures from Milan. Whereas here in the U.S. that trend was only associated with, at first, Prada’s ladylike collection and later with the first season of Desperate Housewives and some sort of kitchy 50′s revival, these Milanese ladies make them look very modern and unfussy.
I really like it. These are universally flattering dresses, and very forgiving of so-so legs, which I know I have! (not that the legs on anyone you’ve photographed have been less than perfect).
I LOVE HER NOSE! Wow, Sart, I believe you believe you win the award for originality…a woman with a profile! Did you know that women aren’t allowed to have noses in the US…just blowholes, like whales and WASPs and WASPy wanna-bes.
I do love your Italian shots of the most beautiful women in the world–Italian women–with their incomparable style, passion, warmth, and bred-in-the-bone grace and elan. As always, love you, Sart! x0x0x0, Over 50 sexy broad, “The Lady Is a Tramp”.
“Don’t necessarily agree that they’re ‘chic’, but they ARE well-dressed. I think it takes a bit of an edge for a business suit to be chic; superslim cut, or a modern fabric, or a louche ensemble. At which point, of course, it ceases to be a business suit.”
well said. his suit lacks any originality his ties is to high his hair slightly too long and the blowdry would not have been necessary.
Save the photo, then zoom-in on her neck. Check-out the intersecting angles of her clavicles, steno-cleido-mastoid muscles (the long v shaped pair that conncect her neck to her chest), and the reveres on her collar. They come together like a big diamond … stunning.