Okay, so why not remove the enormous (yes beautiful indeed) headpiece while watching a screen with many people behind you unable to see a significant part of it?! She could afterwards put it back on her head to remain fabulous. Consideration + Style = Gratitude + Glamour.
It's one thing to wear a fabulous headpiece. It's another to wear it all the way through a film screening, disrupting others' ability to see and enjoy the film and essentially insuring that one's own presence has more impact on some viewers than the film or event itself. Sorry, Sart, but I see nothing charming about that. Arrogant and self-indulgent, yes; charming, no.
LOL I was thinking it was her. Honestly I love her, but I don't think I would ever want to sit behind her. I'd be sad like one of those people who go to a concert only to end up behind a sign of a screaming girl or at an awards show behind lady gaga and her meat dress or one of her head pieces….sad.
You know, I love her, and I LOVE her fearless, fun sense of style! But……I can't help but think it's a tiny bit rude – if you know you are going to a film or show – to wear something that you know will mar the experience of others? So as much as I adore her, better judgement next time maybe? And long live the ADR's of the world who dress for fun & fabulousness…not for trends!xxo
Ohhhhhh Anna. She would wear a head piece like that to a showing of a Kanye West music video. Totally inappropriate for the occasion but you got to love her for having the guts to wear things like that. God I love her.
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Anon.. 10.30 PM, I was actually thinking the same after a while.. Yeah maybe Sart is a bit ironic about it?!
I don't know Anna DR , I have never ever met her, or seen her live, so I am not the right person to critizize her, but as she is a media person, and a person who enjoys being in the middle of happening, I am sure she can take critics from unknown people. Some famous people in the fashion business seems to me NICE, i.e everyone prob agree that Garance seems to be a really NICE person. The same thing I see in Kate Lanphear, and in Viv. Its something about the face and the smile, and of course what qualities speaks to me. Some one else might find Viv's smile totally annoying i.e. But in ADR, no, I do not see anything Nice in her. She might be lovely actually, but a person who blocks the view like that, can't be really nice.. or charmig can she..? OR maybe she removed the head piece right after Sart had his picture taken..?
I wanted to add another comment about this shot. At first I only saw my own annoyance, but it's actually an amazing shot. There's humor, irony and the composition is marvelous. The silhouetted feathers looming over the dancers in their purple tulle is lovely and seems a nod to Degas.
i'm also on the side who thinks it's inconsiderate. no matter how beautiful/stylish/fashionable the hat/headpiece, one should always have it off when it's blocking the way of another, or at the dinner table, and other such social situations where taking it off would be the norm.