Love the lime green & lilac combination, although I'm not sure that the accessories are from the same story as the coat… But I'm pretty sure it's the first time I see fur and silk together. Anyway, very interesting shot, like always :-)
Great photograph. The contrasting textures are fantatsic – esp. the granite building exterior, the window grate and the stenciled lettering in the window as a backdrop to the bright colors.
I'm sure the posters here will rave about her bag, and I'll defer to the swarm on that. I do like what she's trying to do here – give us a bolt of color on a dreary London day. While her kimono is lovely, I give this look a thumbs down outside of the boudoir. And I have no idea what that chartreuse thing is, but it looks a little weather-worn.
The pop of color here is awakening to the eye, especially set against the dreary background. Pastel pink and purple mixed was popular in the 80's and I like it mixed up with the fluoro green dipped fur – a nice take on the hair trend since she has short hair (or for someone who doesn't want to color their long hair). The kimono reminds me of something either to be worn only in the confines of one's home or Mrs. Roper's tacky mu'umu'us from the American television comedy Three's Company. The bag is fantastic and I want to steal it, although trying to see the straps… A great photograph, not my style, but I can appreciate her expression as wonderful nonetheless.
The piece itself is pretty but not with the green collar… well, maybe I am Asia, this is just awkward seeing on the street currently…she could be a princess from Mongolian traveling by time machine. ^^
Each piece individually is amazing, especially the jacket but all together. Wow, it's on a whole new level. I bet she is an artist, at the very least she has an amazing sense of style and color matching. I love that she is not wearing a lot of make-up, she has such beautiful skin and the lipstick does the trick.