I love that you’re always catching this lovely woman repeating her use of blush-colored accessories (these prada shoes & the chanel bag in previous photos) in different weather conditions. Gorgeous *and* sensible. What a beast.
I like how often you photograph Giovanna, because we can see how she uses different pieces in different ensembles. The pink Chanel bowler, the shirtdress, those awesome Prada shoes she’s wearing here, etc. I love to see how someone with such a great sense of style puts things together!
Oh my. Probably one of the best looks I’ve ever seen. Period. The dress, the belt, the cardigan, the patterns, the colors, the rolled up sleeves, her dark skin, her mysterious, playful beauty, the way she doesn’t look all ‘done-up’ yet somehow she looks perfect….everything about her is so intriguing I could stare at this photo for ten minutes.
Take two on the shoes. I like this version better. The messy hair an all the conscientious choices regarding accesories are an interesting contrast. I guess that Ms. Bataglia has a car near by to protect the shoes…
These two-toned shoes are delightful. Her dress has a vintage-look. The shortish-jacket with the side buttons is a nice detail. Her structured handbag with the silver lock lends functional and stylish. I love that her hair style allows for some wispy strands to fly free … gorgeous stockings …
For once I disagree with one of her choices! I like everything but the shoes in this outfit. The shoes were great with the white sheath; the pink and open toe do this ensemble no favours. Lovely dress and jacket though.
Ah, those Prada shoes. I don’t usually believe in buying the national ad item from any brand because the item is always just too identifiable, but those are very cool kicks, I must say. And the pop of color is really smart-looking.
Ciao bella! Another wonderful photo of this abso-bloody-lutely stunning woman. Beautiful dress. I love her in black clothing, especially the tights and the short black jacket (cardigan?). We’ve seen these shoes before, and here they look great paired with the green belt. Well done. Looking at this beautiful, elegant, aristocratic young woman, I sense a need to start attending Mass again. Urgently.
Wow, the more I look at the outfit, the more it makes sense -apart for the bag. It’s the biggest per-peeve of all times for me, but I just cannot stand it when people carry their bags *open* like that! It’a HermĂ¨s -treat it with a little respect! It looks sloppy this way.
stop it with the pics of women and their fabulous shoes already. i’m trying to get my fall boots and shoes together for a trip to the italian shoe guy, but all i can think of is buying some like these… grrr…. =)
I almost thought ‘ok, enough of your favourite subjects who’re so pretty and are/were in the business, they look good too easily’. But then I imagined those clothes on an ordinary mortal. Still look good. Possibly a change of jacket. And on ubiquitousness- anyone who’s creative, I can learn from- and if they’re repeatedly creative, I can learn repeatedly.
i would love it if you continued to post more of this woman. she obviously has great style but there is a modesty to her that’s refreshing and inspiring. love the green accent of her belt and the way her pradas look with the tights.
“what are the rules when is comes to hosiery and open toes”….? rules? You assume there are authorities in the matter…only if you submit to such authority, giving up your authorship rights. It is FASHION…not drugs. You are allowed to express your self even when you are the only one setting the parameters. Why so afraid of not complying to the standards?