The colors here are a revelation, and also the silhouette. Love love love the tawny cream-and-black animal hide set off by vivid blues.
And then what a charming, elegant, unusual shape. A bell flower–topped with the little ballerina head, and ending in slender stem-legs. The perfect early spring outfit (and so cleverly set off in this photo by the colors of the street–faded blues, creams, browns and greys)
My one tiny disappointment: the shoes. But maybe that’s the flaw that makes this perfect.
Ooo, I remember this Japanese fashion blogger … I last recall a shot you took of her in front of Lincoln Centre, I think, in a large white blouse or dress.
I absolutely love this outfit – and this is the way to wear leopard print! … unlike the pretty Michelle Williams look-a-like a few pics back, who wore a leopard jacket with a different pattern leopard print pants.
Mind you, fashion is about breaking the rules … I remember Giovanna wearing leopard tights with leopard shoes, and it seemed to work.
I think that cameras have become the new accessory. This is a lovely look, the cape being a rather new element in women’s wear right now. Not sure that I want to follow suit, capes being rather difficult to wear with purses, unless they are clutches. And then, there is a lot of volume with a cape.
I love this. I think leopard is really hard to pull off in general. Though, this coat is well-fitted and really chic. The turquoise purse is a great contrast to the coat, and it isn’t tacky. She is very feminine, chic and overall, extremely well put together.
I’m the young lady with the big braided bun who asked you to take a picture with her yesterday. Thanks for being so kind.
Nice picture this is, I took a picture of her too, there’s something about her…
This woman displays a sartorial aesthetic of which I am especially fond, which I call “These-Clothes-Just-Flew-Onto-Me, But-I-Think-I’ll-Let-Them-Stay.”
I LOVE this ensemble’s sense of play, of energy. The look screams welcome to varied, bold pieces. And the as-if (or, really?) carelessly pinned-up hair is the perfect finishing touch in that it somehow expresses this woman’s haste to, well, get on with her life.