The woman with the great bag! She was my introduction to your blog and it almost feels like seeing an old friend…how do these same people keep appearing in your photos from foreign countries? You’re almost like a television show and these are the cameo appearances of the guest actors.
I just like her..is not that she dresses that great!!, she seeem careless obout what anybody could say, i thing thats the seacret to develope de way of manifastating how you are,and there is a time when being bold and careless make and statement,and as i can see from all the notes here, finally is making her recognizable, cingular…
Thank you for photographing her! I love your photos of her the most because she seems so genuine. I agree with the person who said that you should interview her about her style. She is like the Italian version of my grandmother. I hope you keep running into her whenever you are in Italy!
In a place where fashion is perhaps dictated by trends and name recognition, it is refreshing to see someone wear clothing that does not, at first glance, appear as “in”; however, that is one of the great ironies of fashion, that whatever is awkward or out is somehow very fashion forward, an ideal which your blog displays daily. I think her style is Miuccia Prada mixed with a sort of Andean sensibility – from the sandal to the plays on proportion, she seems to remain comfortable yet partake in the Italian fashion scene at the same time. Bravo for her maverick spirit.
I wish I could agree with the accolades heaped on this woman’s outfit, but it seems so very ordinary to me. Far from being individual, I’d say it’s quite commonplace and boring. And, it doesn’t do anything for her, except make her look a bit short and out-of-date. This one screams 1970s hippie. Been there, done that, got over it. Sorry if this seems harsh, but I can’t see anything fab about this scrungy look.