A stylish mystery cutie that I met on Bedford Ave. in Williamsburg – Dec. 2010. I’m loving her laser-cut fur jacket by Ruffian! Also – the thing that really caught my eye – her palette here is sick. The rust-colored fur perfectly complements her dark indigo denim and her oatmeal/beige top. Nicely done! x
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lolita22 Dec 2010
LOVE the jacket!
FashionLifeCoach22 Dec 2010
I think the allover pattern of the fur jacket is done by embossing, instead of laser cut? But anyway, great outfit. I like the cropped silhouette of it.
Mr. Newton22 Dec 2010
Hi FashionLifeCoach – it’s a bit hard to tell from a photograph – but in person you could see that the jacket is laser-cut. (Also, she was with the Ruffian kids and Lorenzo Martone when I met her…and Lorenzo pointed out to me that this was a laser-cut fur.)
fashionsdirtylaundry22 Dec 2010
Cozy! Great color!
Justyna22 Dec 2010
she’s quite fab!
MMM23 Dec 2010
The color palette here is delightful.
On an unrelated note, I encourage you to come visit us down south. Savannah has some of the most stylish girls I know, and most of them go to SCAD, which gives the whole city this incredibly artistic feel. I have a feeling you might like it down here.
Michelle24 Dec 2010
cute jacket 🙂
Leon24 Dec 2010
i have heard a lot about you, and now seeing your work i can see why all the fuss is about. You have an amazing eye indeed and i haven’t seen one image from what you picked that i didn’t like.
Following you now, and wishing you wonderful holidays and an amazing New Year!
Leota Jane30 Dec 2010
Dead right on the rust. Marni put that color in every collection with steely blues and pale pinks. You have captured the bright crisp air, and the moment. Lovely thank you!
Mr. Newton2 Jan 2011
Hi Leon – thank you very much! I’m really glad that you like the photos. Happy New Year!
Mr. Newton2 Jan 2011
Hi MMM – I would LOVE to come shoot “The Girls of SCAD”…that sounds great! I would like to make that happen in the New Year if at all possible. I’m from North Carolina originally…and have lived in Atlanta and Macon…so I have some idea of the sorts of girls and the sort of style that I would find down there.