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Wednesday, August 08, 2007

On The Street.......Ludlow St., New York City

Comments on "On The Street.......Ludlow St., New York City"


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:07 AM) : 

That's cute.



Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:18 AM) : 

First I thought that this is a picture of a child.All the proportions in the t-shirt and the dress and the petticoat ,the shoes and the hat.After a closer look at the face -and I understood that this child is not a kid,but a grownup woman.Dressing up like this is not funny.Perhaps you reveal your personality in a very strange way.I sure hope I´m wrong in my analysis.


Blogger Alice Olive said ... (9:33 AM) : 

Oh my gosh! Is that a petticoat peaking out from under her skirt folds? So cute!!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:46 AM) : 

Sure, the lady has planned her outfit in detail but somehow she looks perfectly natural anyway.
Only in NYC !
Only NYC has that effect on people : Wear whatever you have and like - just be yourself . Because NYC will always make everything and everybody look right !


Blogger Cliff said ... (10:14 AM) : 

Polka dots are great.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:11 AM) : 

she looks like a really cute ragdoll in the best sense of the word... with a street attitude.


Blogger brooke said ... (11:46 AM) : 

the combo of stripes and polka dots is cool and all..but im still trying to figure out why you posted this...


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:18 PM) : 

Wow! I saw this woman on the F train last week and she was dressed almost exactly the same. I, too, was struck by her personal style. Guess she has a penchant for polka dots since she was covered in them when I saw her as well. Even though I got a distinctly Japanese-from-Japan vibe from her (no real reason), she is "So New York" to me, and I'm a Manhattan native.


Blogger valentina said ... (12:25 PM) : 

ahah I love that outfit especially the skirt. So funny. And she seems to be having a great time posing for you!


Blogger elizabeth said ... (12:29 PM) : 

I don't think I'd wear the outfit, but I love this photo! Great smile & confidence, and a wonderful background. I love how the hangers and black tarp create a lovely upward slope.


Anonymous Kofi Anon said ... (1:55 PM) : 

Perfect... Except the hat was a bit much.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:05 PM) : 

The red and gold of the tote bag make the whole look. Without the splash of color it all becomes twee and self-conscious.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:17 PM) : 

She doesn't look a day over ten. I'm not sure that's a positive thing...


Blogger Auntie Naka said ... (3:25 PM) : 

Girls, indeed, just wanna have fun!!!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:08 PM) : 



Blogger zuccotto said ... (8:09 PM) : 

I enjoy the outfit - except the hat.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:41 PM) : 

Really great except for the hat.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:22 PM) : 

she looks like the fourth member of TLC circa 1992


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:47 PM) : 

the infamous ludlow st. fence of used clothing.
i walk by that quite often. seeing this made me smile.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:55 PM) : 

I love this outfit. It's funky and cute. It looks a bit incongruous on an older woman, though. I think no one over 19 or so should rock this look.


Anonymous andrea said ... (12:11 AM) : 

I believe she is my friend/purveyor of vintage Japanese clothing & fab avant garde accessories, Eiko Berkowitz, who has a store on Ludlow called YU. She has amazing personal style and due to her business and lifestyle, is able to dress the way i wish i could every day. She is a true example of the fact that just because you are "older" doesn't mean you have to dress "old". She dresses her mood and her feelings and she always looks creative and unexpected, which reflects her personality. And she is a very sweet person too! Eiko, if you are reading this, i'll see you or call you soon!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:27 AM) : 

Is that Annette Bening? Where's Warren?


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (6:44 AM) : 

i like!! its amazing how she managed to put together dots, stripes, checks! maybe one tip is that all in the same color scheme?


Anonymous stels said ... (8:26 AM) : 

that's eiko who owns the wonderful clothing store YU down on ludlow (a few steps from where she's standing).

she's got a beautiful store, and she's an amazing lady, constantly creating...


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:47 PM) : 

i must echo the comments that this look is so new york. i love the way people in the city can wear whatever makes them feel fabulous, even if it is not fashionable in the traditional sense.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:14 PM) : 

I think a pattern study (even when in a very limited palette like this) looks best when the pieces are fitted. The volumes here are all over the place--not so much kooky sartorialist as just kooky.


Anonymous jkrnyc said ... (11:37 AM) : 

It's Eiko! She's amazing, and utterly sweet. She also carries Amy Downs' hats in her store. YU has been open forever, and I live in constant fear that the uber-gentrification of the LES will push Eiko out. She also designs and produces her own clothes, and spins amazing yarns.


Blogger Belinda said ... (6:06 AM) : 

How gorgeous is she???? Love it :oP


Blogger boho*céline said ... (10:00 AM) : 

no way! that doesn't work at all!


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