I mean how effortlessly fabulous is she?! I just love the fact that she’s shooting but still taking the time to look EXTRA glam. I seriously need to take notes on how to apply this concept to my own work life.
I did not quite like her outfit but the way you catched it – the naturality of the picture-is what I like the most..I like these shots of yours -in which people are just acting naturally -very very much…
I think I agree but there are lots of good alternatives to real fur. But perhaps the anti fur brigade could better put their efforts into fighting gainst some the appalling things that are happening around the world to human beings.
I agree re: alternatives … I wouldn’t wear a fur coat because it feels so taboo and I don’t want to deal with the judgement. I do, however, appreciate how real fur trim around the hood of my parka keeps snow off my face better than faux fur.
People are free to comment negatively about fur of course, but I do find it tiresome. Same with the comments re: smoking or tattoos (as featured on this site).
It is a Man’s Vintage Ox Fur Coat I found on Portobello Lane in London. No more animals were harmed in the making people… Vintage! Also fur lasts longer than a lifetime so in someways it is quite sustainable :)
OMG – speaking with the stylish woman herself! Thanks for your comments, too.
Thank you for bringing up the vintage aspect …. “fashion recycling”. I have a beautiful mink stole that belonged to my grandmother, but I never wear it … I may as well wear a sign on my head saying, “oh relax. I inherited this from grandma.” I just hate the looks of judgement and it bothers me enough not to wear it. But I treasure it.
I really love your style and this photos is beyond fabulous.
I don’t see why we cannot also show empathy towards animal causes. After all, human beings are the ones who cause great suffering onto animals for the sake of fashion, food, testing, etc. You can choose to have a small heart or a big one that cares for all living beings.
Beautiful!! I love your photography and how you expose a specific moment in that person’s life. When the person’s face is blocked from the photo by whatever reason, the moment that you’re capturing, becomes so intringuing… I mean… who’s the face behind the camera??