Some moments don’t require the strut or the pose. Some moments are innate to human nature and simple spontaneity. Standing outside Ann Demeulemeester, I was waiting for some of the stars to exit the show. In a quick moments, a girl in pastels and a bright red hat crossed my sight in a light blue bike. It could be the color combination or the simple movement, but I felt my arms pick up and grab an instant moment of her passing by. Color coordination and an in fraganti moment at its’ best!
Exclusivity. A word every new model strives to, yet very few achieve. As one in a million, figuratively speaking, Elza Luijendijk is fashion’s latest flawless girl. Already with a top newcomer with several blue chip shows under her belt (Prada, YSL, Balenciaga, among others) and managing to turn her Prada exclusive into a campaign slot, Elza’s attitude speaks for itself. A beautifully, clean ethereal face with a timeless style in black. Stepping out of Ann Demeulemeester and in a black trench coat, slinny jeans and heels, Elza had a glow to her. A model glow on the inside and outside.
Following that dark Ann Demeulemeester look, Isabella Melo @ IMG New York and Paris embodies that mystic nature outside of the runways as well. However, the spiky hair from the show, combined with a sweet smile, deliver that unique presence that this Brazilian Girl has.
All in black, the mysterious, yet always bright Daiane Conterato @ Ford New York, outside Ann Demeulemeester, in Paris. With a face that redefines the face of beauty and an everlasting dark tone, Daiane shows that a little (or a lot) of black goes a long way!
I’m a man of association. I associate one thing to the next, and so on. Standing outside Ann Demeulemeester, I found this color combo. Besides from finding the beauty in the Alexander Wang flagging skirt, there was a sense of inspiration. This is what I envision the Statue of Loberty would wear if she was into fashion. Sort of comical, but quite liberating.