That dress is gorgeous! I want. I want now. Even if it does make me wanna hit the gym hardcore. If that's an elastic around her wrist, that's super cool. Not only is she stylish, but she's ready for anything.
great eye Sart. the dress is so subtle and understated that I can hardly believe it's a leger. I mean, the hemline! It's almost MODEST! almost :P and I hate to say it, but the car actually adds to the shot. The slick shoes and shoulder play so nicely off the matte dress.
beautiful…stunning…sexy. what im most content with is her choice of heels…there are some extreme looking pumps out there and she settled for a classic sleek look not taking anything away from this gem of a dress great pic by the way.
For me, this photo is not about her. It's about all the light…
I love how the light just barely hits her hair. The light gliding on her shoulders and collar bone…the headlight of the car giving her thighs an unusual glow…this is absolutely my favourite photo of yours. Though you'll probably top this one again….!
best photo ever on sartorialist. luxury and privilege, sure. but in this image, this gesture, this moment: all the possibility of the start of the evening. the dream of discovering or, better still, inventing yourself by what you wear, how you stand, how you step into your own life. …like a donatello, no?
i love this! the way the lines in the fabric of her dress emphasising her amazing muscle tone and the elegance of the headlight on her legs is so gracefull. she seems so out of place walking on the street. makes you wonder where she has just been or where she is going. my only minor complaint-she could have had a closed toe shoe.
Wow. Love the shine of the car picked up by the shine of her shoes, the perfect dress length, the lack of accessorizing making this almost sporty, (if the bottom were pants she could be headed to yoga) and above all the simplicity of the shoes–put some bandage wrapped, overarticulated shoe with this and you've ruined the wonderful tonality of the dress and its simple bandage wrap. I like others have come to hate bandage dresses..til this.
I too love the story the picture conveys. A beautiful woman in Manhattan, obviously successful (hence the Herve Leger) not over the top though. Strong, confident, gorgeous. Heading out for a night on the town not knowing what's in store for the night, but it's sure to be fabulous. Just looking at this photo with the gorgeous lighting, that early twilight between the buildings is perfectly captured here. I can almost feel the cool dry early fall air of that moment. Even without the woman it would be a great photo, but she is perfectly placed in it, makes it that much more amazing!
the guy in the back's suit is throwing me off in this picture, not gonna lie. the dress is amazing, admittedly mainly because the person wearing it has the right curves to show it off – don't think for a second this would work on the average Jane Doe. But yeah, that suit in the background is killing the image as a whole somehow :/ Color scheme is there and all, just the cut leaves much to be desired. (steeper lapel, shorter jacket, narrow pant legs, waist taken in a tad, sleeves & legs shortened a tad – and i'm personally not the biggest fan of DB suit jackets, I guess it would work with some alterations though.)
this is one of those photos that inspires and depresses. It inspires because of her wonderful taste and chic, which I have the deepest respect for, and depresses because no matter how hard I work at developing a personal style, I will never look this good.
i concur. this captured moment is the reason the fashion industry exist, so much emotion can be drawn from it. if her execution of the dress, shoes, purse were any more precise it would almost seem staged. it's only flaw is that it's too perfect to be real. it can't be it just can't. life wouldnt be fair if it were