My gosh, she looks so cool, I love how the dress is flowing. It feels so pretty and the raincoat? I love it. WOW, there is more to this photo than what we see, it’s perfect. I would love it if you checked out my blog, I have interesting fashion posts you might love to read.
Am I nuts or does the raincoat totally defeat the purpose given that the white skirt is dragging on the wet ground? Fashion need not be practical, but this is just odd. Cool skirt, though — reminds me of a hand-embroidered dish towel (in a good way!).
Fab! It is nice to see an image that feels more natural than model and more put together than purchased together. The rich, the famous and the beautiful get a little monotonous. That bag all taped up looks like an abstract painting. Thanks for a touch of grit. This is perfectly lovely.
Wow! this is so fascinating and wonderful! I love how quirky yet graceful this combo is! I’ve been curious for a while, do you always ask permission before you use your photos? They are often so candid it makes me wonder if you don’t need to…
“Train in Vain”: Punk grooves with disco.
_Black Market Clash_: Punk skanks with reggae.
This outfit: Ballgown skirt meets dimestore raincoat & Sharpies.
And the glorious tradition of British style mash-ups continues…
Thank you, Scott, on this Thanksgiving Day for the wonderful images that warm our hearts and make us think.! A wonderful day and a wish for the same for the coming years to you and your family and all who stop here.
That image of the lovely woman in her special gown conjures up so many thoughts–including sadness. What emergency or circumstances could have caused her to venture out in the rain and city soils? I want to set her in a protective bubble and carry her pristine to her destination. I want to give her a new bag without reflective or duct tape holding it together. Some day.
I love how the bright color of the cape contrasts so dramatically with the pale pink dress.
I’m loving too the way the light makes the leather cape glisten
and the flowing dress look so softly muted. Very well done
lovely fashion photography. Kudos!!!
Great shot of London UK
PS a woman friend was fashion photographer. Curious what
her thoughts, opinion is.
Ahhh….the movement is lovely. Great photo and red is my favorite color. I never think of London as particularly fashionable, the females are not that feminine-looking like the French or Italians, but today you’ve changed my mind. Although, I bet she is NOT English.
Amazing photo! The colors, composition, and the way the dress hem just floats. What an interesting outfit with such lovely colors. The peach and red are marvelous together. That beat up suit case is wonderful too.