She is like a modern Anais Nin, but with a camera! I adore this Chic-ka. To me she is a relative of those Olson girls. She has a great ethereal vibe, A fearsome sensibility, and a look of beautiful sorrow. Scott…love the love of biscuits bring us this girls bio. She surely must be a candidate for your list, you do seem to have a passion for capturing her! COME ON SCOTT!!!!! Cheers, Jamesy PS just passed you on 15th heading towards startbucks…nice outfit!
I love the lack of jewelry – she has a dramatic haircut, dramatic bag, dramatic clothes – but it all works together. I think the lack of jewelry or anything too “shiny” really adds to her look. She’s someone who has the confidence and know-how to pull off something that would overwhelm most others.
Jazzy shoes! And punk tights (so many references with those tights! I love it)!
Her tunic is beautiful: it’s so simple but it fits her perfectly (especially around the neck and shoulders. So elegant. So elegant.) and I bet the drape of the skirt flows wonderfully when she walks. Thank you Sarto!
deja vu’ or did this girl really pose for a picture on another occasion? i dont know why, but it brings me back to a shot where an asian girl with big glasses was leaning on the side of a car … anyways, beautifully done!
One of my favourite woman on the planet and I don’t veen know her name. You’re a cruel, cruel man Scott. After all the pleas for some details on her, what she was thinking when she posed here, where the hell does she get such phenomenal style, anything Sart! But you just keep quiet, on purpose, no doubt…
I was wondering if maybe she was your wife, since you take photos of her around the world, and because her fashion sense is so distinctive. Oh, wait, you did publish photos of your family some time ago, didn’t you?
that’s why you -need- to go to tokyo, sart. http://www.style-arena.jp/index.htm this site is all right. mediocre, when compared with yours. anyway, please, please, please, please, please give us the pleasure of seeing tokyo street fashion through your eyes/ lens.
A lot of people actually shoot 120 now. If you’re a member of any photography sites or online art communities, shooting in 120 is a popular thing now. Hip stores here in the States sell HOLGAs all the time.
In Flickr alone you will notice so many people using 120 films and Rolleis, Hasselblads, and Mamiyas.
She is a phototrapher & model. You can find her by googling “REI SHITO”. She is 30 years old. She is based in Tokyo working for Fruits Magazaine. Very sweet and smart girl. You can see her work at Japanese bookstore “kinokuniya” and look for FRUITS, STREET magazine.