I enjoyed the article. I like both of your work, it was nice to learn more about you guys.
I tried to post a comment on the other site but I had to have an account which I was far to lazy to create! Anyways, I was upset by the negative comments there, so I am posting something good here instead!
I really wish you guys the best, you have worked hard and it shows. When I first found your site I spent 3 or 4 days just going from the beginning up to present, your photographs are captivating. I look at fashion differently and am more willing to do something that is different that the current trend if I think it is awesome!
In conclusion: f**k the haters ;) You rock. Please don't stop what your doing, we love it!
I like the evolution of your photos as well.
Also Garance is stunning, nicely done ;)I love the photo of you guys kissing in the article!!
Although I've been following your blog religiously for over 3 years, I have never commented before but this photo is beyond beautiful. You're both gorgeous, talented people! And the street truly is your oyster. Much love and happiness
Great photo of the two of you! I read both of your blogs regularly, and this article shows me more about the people behind these pictures/posts.
The one question that's nagging me after I read the interview is: what is unattractive about a strong woman with minimal insecurities? I'd like to see you venture into different neighborhoods and post more pictures of corporate women in the future–women who combine style, power, and femininity into their wardrobes.
Amazing, beautiful! And great article, it s not the first actually, you can see all the other articles on new york magazine website. Can't wait for you to be in Paris for the FW. Let us know if you do a book signing or any other exhibition Xo
suprised about the negative comments after the article but hey thats life – seems like people are very quick to judge people they hardly know! all I know is I enjoy both your blogs each and everyday – your images and daily captures are so inspiring to me and many others….
Someone interpreted after the article that your looking away from each other meant you really didn't share strong feelings. As if your body language somehow gave something away that had never been noticed before. As if the photograph had been taken in an airport lounge when you thought no one was looking. Now, I don't like a lot of photographs, but I like this photograph a lot. I ask myself, who is the stronger in this photograph? And I can't say. Nothing seems to resolve itself in this photograph. For me, it stays alive, and seems to be about love. Naturally, that's going to make a lot of people uncomfortable.
I read your blog every day. I love the authenticity in the people you portray through the lens. As an artist myself, I appreciate your work immensely for not only does it inspire me and my style, but shows the many facets of ordinary people having extraordinary style. So it is not without great respect towards you that I felt the article was a poorly written representation of you. I have to agree with most of the comments on the New York Magazine site when it comes to how the article portrays you and Garance as shallow and conceited. I want to disagree with them since I have followed your work for so long and have believed in what you do, but what I guess I want to know is do you think the article correctly represents you, your life, and your work? I don't even know if you read/respond to these comments, but I really want to know how you felt about this article.