Beautiful people! That lady again, she is really pretty and I must say, her hair and jacket look much nicer than in her previous picture. The woman in the left wears a very nice trench, but I don’t really like that elephant leg pants. I wish I could see more of the boy’s scarf and shirt, but the coat he is wearing is very interesting too.
Such a cool trio, if they could only lighten those colours they wear with a smile!
yes, i immediately recognized the girl in the centre. now she is wearing another outfit but with absolutely the same proportions as it was on wednesday. so now we know that that jacket wasn’t oversized by chance.it’s her personal style and she does it perfect!
When comparing this image with the image of Giovanna (previous post), the difference beteen Parisian, and Milanese hair (attitude) becomes evident and interesting. The allure of rock still bangs Paris. That’s something Carine knows to the core.
Can someone please explain to me what is going on with all the pant lengths? Seems like every other post lately I see people wearing pants that look too long, which I would think would get awful dirty and shredded at the hem, not to mention a tripping hazard if you are wearing heels. Aside from the pant lengths, they all look great!
this is a perfect example of pp trying to hard… the dead giveaway is that all three are basiclly wearing the same thing and poorly might i add. im sure its the trend of the moment..in fact i know it is. blaze the path, dont follow it. and if you do follow the path, at least walk the edge!
i actually rather like the longer length of the pants, especially on the woman in the middle. the way the round toe of a shoe comes out from underneath them just looks very cute to me. however, the woman on the left? thats going a little overboard, i think. her feet don’t exist anymore, and that’s probably when you know that your pants need to be hemmed. on another note, i love how the man’s shoes have that ridiculously white streak. it gives his outfit more dimension.
The scarf on the garcon is very interesting. I really love how he wears it like an ascot and there’s a little collar showing. In the winter months, it’s so difficult to show off your shirts when they’re hidden behind some bulky jacket. This seems like a good idea to keep out the cold and show off the collar… I’d think, though, that the scarf must not be too heavy/thick in order to achieve this? Also it must made of something like a woven silk or fine wool anything heavy probably wouldn’t work… anyone have any other ideas? Also, I think the length of their pants are perfectly tailored…Especially les filles… I believe a womans trousers should always fall a bit longer than shorter. I find it so much more attractive…
PLease, sarto, can you do a book only of pictures of the staff of French Vogue. What else is necessary, really? Someone else made the comment above re: the French having the “rock” style…I couldn’t agree more…American vogue is now dated, with boring socialites…the women you picture have **real** style that has less to do with class (in American terms) and more in common with an innate self-assurance. Thanks also for providing pictures of grown-ups, rather than assymetrical haircuts with neon sweaters…cheers!