German model Larissa Hofmann (DNA Models) in Chelsea during NYFW SS14
- Melodie Jeng
Irina Nikolaeva (Ford Models Europe, Women NY) after Elie Saab Couture FW13
I love her look and the green of her sweater. This was taken last week, July, the weather was warm and cold I guess.
Visit models.com or Women Management for more of her work work.
Milan Fashion Week FW13 Day 2 for Details.com
I’ve been doing a lot of looking and studying and I’m starting to see some trends and really cool looks and ideas. I wanted to post one but I figured I’d swoon Tumblr with Joe Collier before Ferragamo. A simple cool look!
Tomorrow is my last full day in Milan! Ah!
Weekend-Wear IV: Models + Slouchy Cool
I ran across the street to take their photo but then froze and decided not to because one girl was wearing sweatpants (even though I’m sure they’re Alexander Wang or something). I wish I had trusted my instinct because I love how slouchy cool and downtown the girl on the right’s outfit is! I love how she wears her scarf. I know that it’s obviously easy for a tall, thin model to wear even the ugliest clothes look good but I love everything except about these two for the sweatpants (and I didn’t even notice them at first so, what? I don’t mind really. They’re just comfortable and cotton! It’s the weekend. Fashion is about being yourself and doing whatever you want! Bada*ss!). I do like taking candids of people that - it makes it more about their pose and natural habitat than whether they are a pretty girl or not - but of course I still like to show off the person. I guess I am working on balancing portraiture and fashion photographs. I have been taking a lot of pre-emptive decisions lately. I try not to regret anything but I want to edit a little less on the street and just shoot and then edit. I come from a traditional film background but I’m going a little too crazy with making decisions while I shoot. Next time. I just know these models are at Wilhelmina.
Prince Street, Soho
Weekend-Wear III - Friends that dress alike - Grand Street Soho