Simone…it does make sense…I believe that the sartorialist wants us to think that he always shoots his fashion subjects in a very unconstrained way…but he could be spreading his creative wings and has his lens focusing to new horizons!
I don’t think that Scott “wants” us to think anything. He has always taken some shots with the subjects not knowing, but mostly, he asks their permission, and so they pose however they choose to . So, it is neither new, nor contrived.
She must be hiding from the guy in last post in Paris,the guy with the colourful Lego glasses and the Jack Sparrow shoes…poor little china girl!the bruises on her legs were probably caused on the run away from the fashion psycho…
Love the blending of maroons and black and greens. Very daring. Also the modern skirt with the house on the prairie shirt and obviously fake leather jacket. Fashionable, no, but stylish, yes. Also I always love seeing what Rei is up to.
Her look is great. Love the jacket.
But why is it so hard to give a little bit of a smile or a shimmer of being happy. This lady always looks so down, so depressed.
You can wear anything the world has to offer but why the look that you’re not enjoying it.