wouldn’t it be nice to see a photo of a woman who isn’t rail thin? great fashion on all these skinny women, but it would be nice to see a more diverse bodies. i KNOW that curvy women can dress well too!
The top two outfits look great. They look polished without looking like they planned out every single detail – like it’s a natural condition for them to be that pulled together.
The bottom outfit in the series just isn’t working out. She looks lost – lost in the sweater dress and even lost in her own skin. The gauge looks all wrong. Like maybe the sweater got caught between two bargain shoppers in a fight?
I love the first shot, most of all. This girl is a work of art. I must say……this blog is a virtual ‘Natural Geographic’ glimpse of what’s going on in fashion. Kudos to the blog owner…..it’s really a great spotlight on what’s going on, without the studied presentations of ‘Hollywood’ etc.
For those that asked (above) Yasmin is Yasmin Sewell, director of women’s buying for Browns Fashion, I love her effortless style, she always looks so amazing! I would LOVE to get my hands on that blazer!
The bottom photo reminds me of a lost kitten. Your “rain” photos from fashion week range in mood from melancholy to smiling, “I’ll get through this” looks like the top one. All interesting and well-done.
I do love these photos but the last picture seems to distort her proportions…as in it makes her hips look really low without anything really to counteract that on the bottom. But the blue is pretty. That helps right?
WOHOO!!! I opened your blog this morning & thought, YAY! YASMIN! A pic of her on your blog inspired me to cut my long curly hair off in a manner similar to hers. I love that she always looks like she's just having fun and doesn't take this fashion biz too seriously!
(BTW – she's the woman in the top photo… when you click the photo to enlarge Sart usu. enters the person's name in the filename.)
I love the first photo (and the woman in it) the most. I particularly like her hair cut, as well as her entire ensemble. Simple and beautiful! I also like the second look. A great way to make an otherwise boring two-piece a lot more interesting. The third look is also very cute. It is very young, and fresh.
Just saying, if anyone's interested, the 1st picture wedges are from the French store Comptoir des cotonniers, spring-summer '08. It's nice to see something in a Sartorialist photo that I actually could afford & have even tried on :)
obviously, she has great legs that why she is wearing that kind of outfit in the rain. i love everything about this outfit except for the belt. i don’t like the trend of wearing the belt on your hips, it just looks ugly.