Great hat, have been looking for one of these for along time, best one I have seen to date was in Glenorchy, just south of Queenstown in new Zealand. Made from Opossum fur. Love the big tongues on the boots, very non-chalent.
Wow, I love how she looks to the camera. and the dash of red to her dark coloured outfit. And never forget this beautiful hat and the thin silver bangles she has on her wrist.She is really amazing and seems to know what she wants.
Really digging this simply dark brown and black juxtaposition with an abstract pop of saturated color. I'm also having the major boot lusties. Pointy toes and those very walkable but still sassy Cuban-ish heels. And yes, the tongues – insouciant, as someone said upthread. So cool.
Funny that earlier this evening I dug a deep merlot-red wool cape out of storage with plans to wear it tomorrow. (Quite warm, contrary to the impression it may give because of its unstructured shape.) Very appropriate attire, I think, for the Winter Solstice (and the lunar eclipse going on outside right now as I type this). She's rocking her look, and I also plan to have fun with mine.
wow this is just perfection! it hits that spot between looking careless and carefull – like she's put in an effort but not stressed too much over it. I LOVE LOVE LOVE those shoes and the cape is jsut fab.
is she the actress in "She's Out of My League"? Those eyes and that grin look SO familiar and the only reference I can draw is the main actress' best friend, Krysten Ritter. anyone else agree with this!?
I'm from London and i remember when i lived on Forsyth st, where i think this pic was taken, and i would just walk out my apartment on any given day and marvel at people like this. How much i miss the people of New York!
She definitely is beautiful, but I couldn't get over what a snob she was in the short documentary… Look up from your phone for a second, then maybe you'll actually see who's trying to take your picture, lady.
itÂ´s amazing can see you work in accion in the intel video, and then just came to your blog and see the photo you post, and then see you watching the comments on it… i see myself watching the same comments box and it give sense to my life!!! i feel connected. Thanks for your work your honesty its very inspiring to me.
i nearly tripped over myself when i realized who this girl was. the lovely beautiful girl in this photo is (i believe) Krysten Ritter. model/actress who was in the banana republic ads a few years back and most recently the best friend to Molly in She's Out of My League.
I was so impressed by the way you asked this woman to be photographed. I would not be able to count the number of times in New York that I would have loved to have photographed various people. This image is stunning: Kudos.
Just found your blog through a friends post in FB. I'm amazed by your work. I've seen the doc a few times now, your approach to street photography is very impressive and the results are amazing. It's a great inspiration to me. This one is absolutely wonderful. The look in this girl's face is so expressive I could look at this picture for ages. Now I'm going to discover a bit more of your posts. Keep them coming.
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The photo was taken on the short film for the Satorialist… At first when she didn’t know it was Scott Schuman, this chick was quite rude. Later realizing who he was, she apologized and let him take the photograph, saying “sorry, I didn’t know you were”. So shitty when people treat you differently because of your social importance. Iï»¿ hope she was embarrassed. Cool outfit though…