Love her smile and attitude. The golden rule, as ever, is simplicity. Less is more, especially regarding makeup.
He seems like an alright guy, too, despite the floppy hat. Haven't seen those shoes (LL Bean?) in a while! And, remember the V-neck T-shirt discussion? I said crew-neck all the way; in this case, definitely (a tighter crew, even).
She looks so happy, and that is what I like in this shot…there's only so many scowling teens one can take (being a scowling teen myself). Very nearly bought an oversized trench in a vintage store yesterday, but feared it was a little 'OTT". Will now go back to said store and buy myself that trench. Thanks. :)
what an incredibly chic and admirably loved-up couple! She is beautiful and graceful and proves that a classic trench coat always has been and always will be the ultimate piece for effortless elegance. X
She has killer legs, every time I see a photo of her, i always admire her legs. The guy in the hat is the "homeless guy" you mentioned in your book, right? and he works for …Ralph Lauren (sorry, if i donÂ´t remember well):-))
She looks like such an angel as to float away if you do not hold on to her. Makes one wonder what the light moment was at the time. I dig the gents jeans (brand?), the curly beard, and his dock shoes…a very comfortable, sorted look
I love Franca, she is amazing. Bare legs look so chic with high heels in summer. I love the diamond bracelet on her wrist and the beige trench. Her hair is always perfect. But most of all, she has a contagious smile.
Franca is such an inspiration for me. If you know her, pass this along! Italian Vogue is a gift to women, her all-inclusive attitude, embracing all shapes, nationalities, and heights of women. I am especially thankful to her for Vogue Curvy, what a sweet relief to see women celebrated for who they really are and to see them comfortable with that. I also truly enjoy the philosophical aspects of Italian vogue, who else can mix fashion and philosophy? Why can't we get a clue here in the states?
omg HER SMILE!! she's just radiant here, I love it when she looks so happy, it makes her look even more elegant (if that's possible). Her bracelet is just amazing, it shines just like her hair!! A true inspiration for what a woman should be. How I envy her smile!
Such beautiful smiles! It's wonderful when people are confident & comfortable enough in their own skins to just fully enjoy a moment without radiating an "I wonder if anyone's looking/what people are thinking" vibe.
I have to agree about the "Jed Clampett" hat and am questioning the t-shirt neck and denims. Take him away from front row and the editor of Italian Vogue and you basically have someone dressing very sloppily.
all-round satisfying photo ..you commented on boredom & waiting being part of the creation of art, well this was absolutely worth any of those two that you went through ..what a clumsy sentence, trust you get what i'm getting at!
Lovely. I like to see people so comfortable with who they are. No pretense, no attempt to be something or someone they are not. As always, I love this man's hat it just keeps getting better with age. His smile is to die for. Are they lovers or friends? Who knows? Great photograph!
What I see here is one of my favorite things about your blog… old, beautiful women. Too often we're told once you're past thirty, your only hope is botox. But she says the exact opposite – thank you for proving society wrong.