Tres chic! I love the black/white choice; it seems to accentuate the Parisian feel of the garcon cut and the Breton stripes. Nice contrast between modernity and classic beauty.
at last I have the impression that I see on your pictures somebody I could really see wandering on the streets!!! I live in Paris and those last few months I had the impression that your pictures had been eaten alive by the pretty fashionistas that were haunting your pages, and that “on the street”, noone in Paris would bump into one of your creatures except in fashion places on fashion weeks moments …
One advice/ question: I am sure you know Paris well already but do you think you could come outside fashion weeks and get yourself lost in the streets (esp. in the 19th and 20th arrondissements) … I’m sure a lot of real parisians would be happy to be your guide!!
I don’t think Scott needs a guide. Not for the city, or the fashion, or photography. Plenty of the photos he takes lately are of regular people. Not “creatures”. Lots of people everywhere dress well. This is a great look, but very very casual. Most grown ups simply can’t wear that kind of thing too often.
“Clair-obscur” or “chiaroscuro” are the terms that come to mind while looking at this great photo.
Rue du Temple is one of the oldest streets in Paris (quartier du Marais).
I like this young woman’s style from head to toe.
This is a wonderful look she wears. I always love rolled up loser jeans with brogues or boots. It works for everyone and never fails to look good. Love “boyfriend” looks in general. This is especially good with the cuff on her wrist.