I actually do not like this adult-as-school-girl look; the individual items are terrific and go together well; but I feel vaguely uncomfortable with a young adult mimicking a parochial school teenager.
it’s like a fabulous sandwich and the fabulous part is on the left or the right sides of the frame. great, red,”stingy” page-boy haircut and delightful shot of a great sweater! both of those two people look like they have some great stories to share over a tea or dinner.
One’s eye drifts left, however, to Lynn Yaeger. Readers note her red cropped bob…and I see her determined walk as she moves forward at a fast clip.
Lynn is a highly admired fashion/downtown/travel writer who is admired for her discovery of talents and places and fashion and style, often vintage and alternate and cool.
I wonder if…after you photographed the ‘student’ you were able to catch up with Lynn…or not.
Cool shot but to not give a nod to Lynn Yaeger seems to me like a New York faux pas. She’s such an icon of downtown fashion. I wish that the different branches of the New York scene were able to mix better and have respect for one another.
How totally adorable. I like how she is standing. It so fits the outfit. That hat is just right here. its too bad more people don’t look that good in them. kAnd its funny to see Lynn in the background.
Scott has photographed Lynn Y three of four times at the very least. So he obviously has a liking for her. I doubt he was unaware, or that he was dismissing her. I am sure he chose to include Lynn and the stylish man with the cool dog both. And I am sure he chose to have them not be the main object, but an important element non the less.
love her outfit,so cute.the bress and coat are darling.
the black oxfords and white boby socks are adorable.
would love to know more about this look and how old she is and did she wear this to school or work