How lovely she is! And what a halal student bag. Note to designers: we students need trendy and durable bags that can fit and bear the weight of laptops, books, stationary and other miscellaneous handbag trinkets that can live in the darkest corners and pockets of said bag for months at a time because we know that ONE day that YSL nail pen/extra shoelace/untouched academic diary/8 different coloured highlighters will come in handy.
Sart, these last several images, starting with the affable and awesome Carine Roitfeld, are simply inspiring and energizing. All stylish and beautiful individuals, with smiles so infectious– and not a hint of pretension (or silly pigeon-toe stance!).
Everytime I read your blog and see your pics I am inspired again by fashion. I used to live in Paris and loved the way we dressed there. Now i am working a corporate job where my clothing has become more of a uniform in my life, not a pleasure, boring and predictable! Thank you for reminding me of all there is out there, everywhere, in the world.
I love that gleeful, unabashed smile! And the naturalness of the shot. The coat, dress and bag (and that’s a big bag) look great together, and the shoes and helmet seem to fit not only her outfit but her overall demeanor. Like her jewelry, too. Nice.
I really don’t like this look.I don’t see any “Significance” in the outfit, other than it looks like she may have had on heels but then changed into sneakers to get on the subway. Its natural but careless. I don’t like it and I want to know exactly what the photographer thought when the picture was taken???????
I agree with all the positive comments; in addition I want to add that I’m jealous of her legs, because at first glance, the shape of them made me think she was wearing heels. Alas no, she just has great legs.
Love it. I particularly like the way she plays multiple lines starting with the 2 necklaces, the v-neck of her shirt/dress and the lines of the trench. Although nothing looks expensive, it all looks very comfortable without being frumpy- I would venture perhaps she has worn these pieces many times. I seem to recall Hogan made shoes like these. Again, the worn-in look makes this very soft and attractive. Jorge from W Palm Beach
she’s perfect. style style style w/out looking contrived. and she’s happy. i think this is my all time favorite of your posts. not sure why she struck such a cord w/ me. it’s something i would wear, down to the rings and bracelets. love it!
What a relief to see realistic shoes on a European woman! Maybe I won’t feel as self-conscious wearing the shoes I need to wear walking miles on hard, city streets next time I go. Seeing European and Asian women tottering around on heels just to look stylish is demoralizing.
Simple shoes (the brand) are also great for looks like this. Made out of recycled and organic material they make a statement. They have the cutest boots too. This is my favorite way to dress. Looks effortless. -T. A. F.
dear Mastroianni, I am very glad you published that comment because I have already contacted Bocconi official and would like to study in the MAFED program there but haven’t been able to talk to ‘real Bocconi people’, pls share insider tips like the one for this really cute girl whose personna makes the simple outfit out…