She is beautiful, and I love her outfit. So elegant. But it is a tricky skirtlength, and I am note entirely convinced even this sophisticated lady pulls it off entirely. perhaps kitten heels would have been even better? Nonetheless, what a beauty!
Is that a cigarette in her hand? Ha-ha, I’m only joking. I love these shots of the Tuileries, the straight lines of the trees/pathway with their natural vanishing point combined with the foreground subject and again combined with your eye for lighting and style makes for some beautiful photos. Keep it up Sart. And if you can, let’s see some elderly gentleman.
That dress is luminous. Was it really like that? Is it the Paris light? I wouldn’t have chosen those shoes, but they really work. Sart, It seems like you’ve shot so many good pics in this exact spot; do these beautifully dressed people just keep wandering down this lane or do you direct them to stand there? Lovely shot.
Love the composition of this photo, the simplicity of the colours and lines. Her dark jacket stands out beautifully against the amber trees. Also loving how her shoes pick up on the scattered leaves on the walkway. As a non-driver I applaud you for showing that women can be chic in shoes they can walk in. Thank you!
This is one of the best outfits you have ever shot, IMHO. I love the cape-coat, and the dress is flawless, though she does seem a leeeetle short for it (or maybe it it does have a flaw, after all, and is slightly too long). The only less than breathtaking aspect of the outfit is the shoe. I think something more colorful and high (a chartreuse wedge, peut etre) would have been better.
I have to disagree somewhat with the comments — the colors ARE great, the cape is wonderful and the dress itself has huge potential, but just not here. And the shoes are just plain awful with the dress, taking a very beautiful woman who may have a gorgeous figure and making her look short and dumpy. She clearly chooses pieces well, but I wish she were wearing it better — even a wedge (very walkable) that gave some height could make such a big difference.
I love the first girls coat/cape/vest thing she’s wearing.
I like what the second girl is wearing too, I especially love her dress, she looks comfortable in her flats. Though, I think heels would have looked great too and lengthened her legs a bit. She looks great anyway though.
Sart, I love it when you show us two photos of the same person together — it really gives a great sense of their personal style, especially great when it’s as considered and elegant as this young lady’s. She is beautiful and I wish I looked that good in cool-toned colors.
This is Shakhri Amirkhanova! This woman was the editor-in-chief of the Harper’s Bazaar (Russia). And she said good bye when she were on the higtlite! In the time – when this magazine was the best! Her letter, her looks were magic! I miss about HER time. And it’s nice to see her again – elegant, young and happy!
Glad to have learned Ms. Amirkhanova as the subject in these lovely shots. Upon learning she is Russian my own bias was revealed – I would never have guessed as I associate Russian style with bling and glitz. My error
Love the sleeveless Prada”coat” ! Absolutely love it- loved the Prada ads featuring sleevless as well. So how come signature looks always look like a bit ridiculous in real life ? How come I feel they were only intended for the runway ?
Amazing, she looks fantastic in both shots. I love how she is wearing the same combination (simple dress and fabulous coat) but how the look is so different. Also it looks careful and deliberate without being fussy. Inspiring!
She’s obviously purchased those two coats (probably amongst many others without sleeves, but with slits on the side for arms) from the same place. Does anyone know where? Who is the designer of such cool coats?