when Sart asks if he can capture you. you drop your bags and vogue! i like the gentleman’s look slightly more because the lightness of the white/lavender combo beneath the somber black uniform seems more hopeful. like spring is actually around the corner so it’s time to transition. but he keeps it fall/winter appropriate with the solid black shell. he makes me wish i was a hat person.
even though skinnies are really just everywhere,i love them.and can’t live without them anymore.i like the woman’s glass(i thought she lokks like Yoko Ono),the man’s hat and the jeans.also,i love the fact they’re wearing dark colors.
whoa I can tell you’re back in New York–I absolutely love the woman, she is perfect, and a lifetime in NYC has taught me that if you talk with her, she turns out to be the sweetest person on the face of the earth. She is wonderful! Can’t stop looking at her.
That pair’s uber coolness makes me want to hibernate until the hipster era has fallen to the ash. I could never pull that off. She makes black on black on black look like a cinch and commands the volume of her trench without looking shapeless. He makes painted-on skinnies gentelmanly with his cap and pastel v-neck.
Tooooo studied. They tried too hard. Sart, you had a pic a few days ago of a man who looked like an elegant, dapper, down-on-his-luck “old money” gentle man.His look was so elegantly unintentional to the unpracticed eye; those who have an infinity for the subtle (like you, lol) sensed immediately that there was so much more there than the obvious here. I believe you learned he’s connected with Ralph Lauren somehow, but at first glance…his look hits one on a gut level because it repays careful study; this look has been carefully studied and reproduced. Where is the joie de vivre, the subtle madness? Of course, this is merely the opinion of someone who actually *lived* this “look” the first time around…
many questions, one certainty … are they “in costume”? if they are, is that bad? … why or why not? how did Sarto manage to manoeuvre them so that bag with its pop of greenness was in just the right place ? ……
(oh, and the certainty: big glasses do not, have never, and never will, look good/flattering/stylish, not on anybody.)