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Monday, April 19, 2010

The Music Room, New York

Comments on "The Music Room, New York"


Anonymous Kazuko said ... (4:57 AM) : 

stunning! the colours, the combination of old and new. so intruiging!


Blogger Sara Hilmars said ... (4:59 AM) : 

beautiful shots! xx


Blogger Lozza_oco said ... (5:00 AM) : 

amazing! the juxtaposition is beautiful!


Blogger May Brady said ... (5:06 AM) : 

Gorgeous spread, I love it!


Anonymous monsieurmoma said ... (5:08 AM) : 

it's like a little own world!


Blogger Caddy said ... (5:08 AM) : 

Neat! Where is this? It's pretty cool... great backdrop for shooting.


Blogger bravegrrl said ... (5:08 AM) : 

i really love this.



Blogger Georgina said ... (5:08 AM) : 

I love these pictures. They are so poetic!

Love G.,


Anonymous Rebecca said ... (5:15 AM) : 

wooooooooooooooooooow, that is wonderful! And beautiful!


Anonymous the concept dresser said ... (5:18 AM) : 

Yeah, no comments yet, am I the first?
Anyway, your blog was the first one I started reading and what I love is that your photos just speak for themselves , no comments needed.


Blogger THESTREETFASHION5XPRO said ... (5:18 AM) : 

amazing shooting...lovely all pictures


Anonymous proletarian Great Gatsby said ... (5:18 AM) : 

1.Johannes Vermeer Van Delft(1632- 1675)
2.Edward Hopper(1882-1967)
3.This pictures


Blogger Fashion Intel said ... (5:19 AM) : 

Everyone needs a mongoose fighting a snake in their apartment!


Blogger Nells said ... (5:21 AM) : 

i love this post i am proud on having you on my favorite blogs!!
such an inspirational blog!!!


Anonymous meg said ... (5:34 AM) : 

glorious. reminds me very much of a hunting lodge in the touraine where we used to stay in the summer


Anonymous RunwayRevolution said ... (5:37 AM) : 

The Selby will be jealous....

Beautiful light - well captured.


Blogger Tiffany S. said ... (5:39 AM) : 

what a amazing location
so surreal


Anonymous fashionista:london said ... (5:54 AM) : 

Those are gorgeous, in the truest sense of the word. Just wonderful.


Anonymous Maura said ... (5:54 AM) : 

In the first picture, the graceful curve of her body and face, and the dramatic backdrop - it just makes for a stunning composition.


Blogger Gianluca Senese said ... (6:08 AM) : 

I love this pictures...


Blogger Pearl Westwood said ... (6:20 AM) : 

What an amazing place for a shoot, love the trunk full of old photos! - I have really enjoyed your photo comp so much - please make them into another book!

P.S Chanel Particuliere giveaway on my blog x


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

Fake DJ Foto.

Or did they us wireless power and wireless audio connection.

Not perfect, no love ;)


Blogger ModelAndMortals said ... (7:13 AM) : 

beautiful... there are no other words.


Blogger Davidikus said ... (7:15 AM) : 

Very good series. Your blog is increasingly like a fashion & lifestyle magazine, rather than a street-style blog. I approve.


Anonymous cordelia said ... (7:18 AM) : 

wonderful set, marvellous exhibition, ty


Blogger beths said ... (7:21 AM) : 

Both model and apt. makee lovely subjects. This shoot seems so art-directed though; am I looking at an Anthropologie catalog?


Blogger Beth Lee said ... (7:37 AM) : 

Su-per-bes...les photos!!!!!!
Lindo. Lindo. Lindo.
Beth Lee


Blogger Jack Daniel said ... (7:43 AM) : 

Who is this lady?


Anonymous CROATOR.NET said ... (7:45 AM) : 

Colours are beautiful!


Blogger FlashFash said ... (7:58 AM) : 

Love the pictures so much!


Anonymous Cecylia said ... (8:05 AM) : 

This is one of the most beautiful posts you've ever done! Love it!


Blogger Martha said ... (8:24 AM) : 

This looks like the set of a Wes Anderson movie.


Blogger burgundy lips said ... (8:24 AM) : 

In love with your blog!


Anonymous dog walking Alexandria VA said ... (8:24 AM) : 

yeah its really very cool pictures. thanks for sharing it...


Anonymous The Photodiarist said ... (8:24 AM) : 

Now this is what I am talking about! F-ing brilliant. What a great shoot and story! I LOVE it! LOVE. Totally inspirational.


Blogger Gary MAEL said ... (8:35 AM) : 

Oh ! The textures, the atmosphere, the colors, the light, the combination of old / new / retro / modern / dirty / clean, the nostalgia spread (or I think the best word for this would be a portuguese one : "saudade")... this cycle is realy fantastic.


Anonymous michael edwards said ... (8:39 AM) : 

great spot


Blogger TorontoVerve.: said ... (8:55 AM) : 

Fantastic collection...thanks for sharing.


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

Love the fourth picture! The Mac with all the stickers.



Anonymous cyd said ... (9:09 AM) : 

Oooooh! c'est beau! Merci Scott.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:13 AM) : 

so faux, antler art, girl dj, rundown houses, it's all so BoBo and even worse it's an American take on BoBo.


Blogger sabrina said ... (9:20 AM) : 

waouhouu!simple mais super distinguée!!!



Anonymous enrique said ... (9:24 AM) : 

Gorgeous editorial stuff. There is something beautiful about a well-loved rundown apartment. Reminds me of an old apartment I had in Montréal.


Blogger Maria de los Angeles said ... (9:24 AM) : 

a shot for a magazine?


Blogger Eli said ... (9:31 AM) : 

Beautiful photos. Really love all of them.
Come to see my blog:


Blogger Hugo Hase said ... (9:41 AM) : 

What a great place! I'd love to do a fashion shoot there right away...


Blogger Nathalie Kartika Putri said ... (10:00 AM) : 

WOWW!!! really gorgeous picts
love the first pict very much :D

XD nathalie


Blogger Kačí. said ... (10:06 AM) : 

Love the first one with guitar!


Blogger the nike nabokov said ... (10:06 AM) : 

by far your best ever.


Blogger neha said ... (10:08 AM) : 

i love the image of the suitcase, really lovely. and the overall colors/tone of all the shots, so soft!


Blogger Biel Carpenter said ... (10:16 AM) : 



Blogger kathrynnova said ... (10:37 AM) : 

it feels more like art - i would expect to see this in a gallery.

i agree, your blog is getting more eclectic and yet even more engaging for your viewers.


Blogger shelby h.k. said ... (10:48 AM) : 

oh i wish i could live there! how beautiful!

xx s


Blogger Soup Maniac said ... (10:55 AM) : 

This is impeccably shot and makes me want to know more about the room itself!


Blogger Maren said ... (11:05 AM) : 

Beautiful photos!


Blogger TheFashionAddict said ... (11:08 AM) : 



Blogger Alicja said ... (11:13 AM) : 

Great idea for photo session! Deserted interior with stuffed animals is very mysterious and made shots unique.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:16 AM) : 

Loved it!


Anonymous Costanza said ... (11:18 AM) : 

Simply beatiful. I really thought the first one was vintage from the 70's. And though, timeless...


Blogger FASHION SNAG said ... (11:30 AM) : 

I love the first photo. Beautiful! x


Blogger Sonja Blackham said ... (11:35 AM) : 

Fantastic! Rich with color, texture and mood.
Love it!


Blogger pierce said ... (11:42 AM) : 

very very different...i like the new direction just as much as the old one. very well done.


Blogger istanbulfashionaddict said ... (11:44 AM) : 

I love vintage photos and places.LOVE the photographs



OpenID pedropalaciosphotography said ... (11:46 AM) : 

Wherever if time stands still, long after someone takes a picture...
Really good place for shooting.


OpenID pedropalaciosphotography said ... (11:46 AM) : 

Wherever if time stands still, long after someone takes a picture...
Really good place for shooting.


Blogger Naomi said ... (11:50 AM) : 

New style for you, Sart? I suppose I'm used to your street fashion photos, but this is really surprising and beautiful. :D

Also, this is perfectly unrelated, but I figure you might be able to offer some insight. I'll be starting Fashion Design classes at FIT in the Fall, and I'd like to find work at a fine tailor shop or similar while I'm studying there. I'd love to be an apprentice, but I'd be happy if they just let me be the cashier - I'd learn by watching the tailors work! Sart, do you know of any NYC custom sartorial establishments that are looking for new blood? :D


Blogger lintmag said ... (11:57 AM) : 

Gorgeous colors and light - wish I could find a house like this in my area!


Anonymous foshoko said ... (12:03 PM) : 

looks like an anthropologie/urban outfitters catalog. compliment or criticism? depends on your style. i do think it's time for a new concept, though. "pretty, young thing in a big, old house" is getting a little played out, don't you think?


Blogger ADJ said ... (12:14 PM) : 

You have been telling incredible stories recently with the series of photos you have posted in the past week or so. I am moved and awestruck by your ability to capture the moment in a person's life, their clothing and the space they invade. Really lovely. Thank you.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:29 PM) : 

I love the paint peeling, the atmosphere, combined with the youth of the lady. She doesn't have much, the apartment is almost bare, but memories and music.


Blogger trucksmith said ... (12:31 PM) : 

These pictures remind me of a series taken by the late Francesca Woodman in a house that looks very much like this one. Beautiful work in both cases. (Check her out on the web.)


Blogger SummerTeeth said ... (12:39 PM) : 

these are really inspiring. beautiful tones. realy digging the crackling wallpaper and denim shirt.


Blogger Prutha said ... (12:39 PM) : in loveeeeeeeeee...totally in love with these picturesssssssssss



Blogger Baron-Münchhausen said ... (12:39 PM) : 

And I say to myself
It's wonderful, wonderful
Oh, so wonderful, my love...

But I do not like the reflection in a round mirror, it is very artificial ...


Blogger Closet full of hopes and dreams said ... (1:08 PM) : 

I loooove that first photo. Some pictures just make you wanna live in them. Just be INSIDE that image and that feeling. I just want to sit on the floor and listen to her play. I really like the light in this picture.


Anonymous jaine said ... (1:16 PM) : 

these are stunning! i love the soft colors...


Blogger stuff sonia love said ... (1:28 PM) : 

very inspiring


Blogger lumikha said ... (1:39 PM) : 

you have outdone yourself once more...bravo! i love these!! thank you!


Blogger Patri said ... (1:42 PM) : 

Que bonita sesión de fotos!

Ya estoy de vuelta, pásate por mi blog ;)


Blogger khdz said ... (1:51 PM) : 

all i can say is wow. i want to live in a place like that.


Blogger SabinePsynopsis said ... (1:58 PM) : 

Love the colours, setting - everything, but I'm curious... What's the background story? It's not street style...


Blogger Gin said ... (2:09 PM) : 

Love it!!!!!!
it proves that beauty does come with age.


Anonymous gauze blouse said ... (2:11 PM) : 

WOW!Like modern Ilya Repin or Gustave Courbet.Very Very beautyful!


Anonymous Jennifer U said ... (2:14 PM) : 

Wow, beautiful shots. The processing is so soft but has a warm vintage feel and really pulls together the series. I love the quarky objects and your compositions area always so spot on. A beautiful model never hurts either.


Blogger La Feem said ... (2:23 PM) : 

Love the room, love the DJ.


Blogger Mumei said ... (2:26 PM) : 

wonderful series. i found the shots of the empty rooms and hallway very moving. the black and white photo of the young man on the rooftop is framed so well.


Blogger Angera said ... (2:26 PM) : 

I love the shots, except for the DJ one. It's... really uncomfortable. I want her to step away from the tables. (Maybe it's because I grew up with DJing.)

I have a problem with making models do things that take skill they don't have, like ballet or being funky. Haha.


Blogger Salat Spinatra said ... (2:27 PM) : 

I love how much music is going on in these pictures.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:31 PM) : 

i've been here before. it's an empty (besides the taxidermy and turntables) manhattan apartment .. im pretty sure this is a just a peek into it's use, it's not 'set up' to look like this.. pretty cool


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:36 PM) : 

Beautiful shots, yes. However I can't seem to get over the fact that this screams lead poising and mold! Vintage is beautiful. Uninhabitable, condemned building with hipster is just obnoxious. This went a little too far for me.


Blogger Roz said ... (2:45 PM) : 

Wow, that first photo is so beautiful.. Everything about it just works - the composition, the lighting and styling. Full of aesthetic appeal!
I love the other shots too.. That place looks very atmospheric. Peeling paint, stamps and all!
Was this shot for any particular magazine/ comission, or just a personal project?


Blogger secret38 said ... (2:51 PM) : 

great - if its real. if it's a model in a fashion shoot please no, 'the real' is what's so great about your blog. the other I can get from countless glossies...


Blogger Fashion Monstre said ... (3:04 PM) : 

wow this post is simply magical and mysterious


Blogger rosiecampbell said ... (3:08 PM) : 

Lovely pictures.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:13 PM) : 

Bravo Sart!
I love your new dimension as an artist.


Anonymous Lara said ... (3:19 PM) : 

This series looks painfully mannered and self-conscious to me. I'm irritated looking at it. When you contrast these with the honesty and vitality of the vintage photo contest entries the difference in spirit and merit is embarrassing. I love your street style photos, and the integrity in those shots is, again, echoed in the honesty of the vintage shots. The combination is so incredibly inspiring and I've been enjoying visiting this site so much recently because of it. If this is a commercial shoot or something, I'm sure you nailed the concept 100%, but I don't understand why it's being featured here. I have no patience for a lifestyle shoot when there's real life to look at.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:30 PM) : 

This space is fantastic! Where is it? Well done!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:39 PM) : 

The shots are lovely, but overall they feel forced. I thought I left the antler trend in NYC when I moved to SF 3 years ago....interesting to see that it hasn't died. I wonder what the attraction is? Very intriguing! =)


Blogger Megan Hawley said ... (3:44 PM) : 

These are absolutely gorgeous!


Blogger Chloe Daley said ... (4:19 PM) : 

This is exquisite.
Oh the walls, the antlers..the boar! Please have more shoots like this!!


Blogger Corinne C said ... (4:23 PM) : 

great! i loves this rooms!


Blogger pearshapes said ... (4:35 PM) : 

wow. incredible


Blogger The Sartorialist said ... (4:53 PM) : 

for Lara 3:19
this was no commercial shoot. Those are her clothes (all vintage or flea market) and this is here place. We shot with just the two of us - no hair or make-up person. For those reasons this fits the honesty of the shots I have always shown.
and yes, she is no DJ but she was having so much fun acting like one we shot it anyway.


Blogger joanaddicted said ... (5:03 PM) : 

So old scenery... and so vivid..
great photos!


Blogger fashionweed said ... (5:09 PM) : 

wow. so beautiful.


Blogger SARA said ... (6:13 PM) : 

Cute scenes!




Blogger djaniquinn said ... (6:27 PM) : 

You should've consulted a DJ before you set up that shot with the turntables.
With all the care that obviously went into this shoot, which overall looks amazing, someone could've connected the turntables and mixer properly.


Blogger gabrielnyc said ... (6:30 PM) : 

Awww, my fairy friend Francesca! Beautiful photos!


Anonymous Elaine said ... (6:35 PM) : 

It looks like a story waiting to happen and reminds me of my favorite editorials from when I was a teenager. I miss that element in fashion photography.


Blogger Yamila said ... (7:00 PM) : 

Wow!!! Amazing photos!!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:20 PM) : 

Why doesn't anyone plug their damn mixers in?


Blogger Matador Lucida said ... (7:30 PM) : 

the bulb shaped highlight beneath the boar's head is a wonderful frame for the shadow of the mongoose/cobra battle.
and from photo to photo: love the variation in hues (and texture) within such a tight spectrum.


Blogger Lisa Petrarca said ... (7:30 PM) : 

Amazing pics but the house is SCARY!


Anonymous j said ... (7:30 PM) : 

excellent! please continue innovating on the blog.


Blogger P R I M O E Z A said ... (7:38 PM) : 

the photos are totally gorgeous and this is lovely to see once in a while in contrast to the street style shots.


Anonymous lousybeatnik said ... (8:02 PM) : 

Brilliant as always...

the second picture down reminds me of Ghost World :]


Blogger Bianca said ... (8:21 PM) : 

this set of photos might just be my favortie thing in the world...ever.
thank you.


Blogger KohCo said ... (9:33 PM) : 

That is just an amazing room
The shoot is just breath taking.
Absolutely inspirational


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:07 PM) : 

i love the colors of that room and the pealing paint. its beautiful.

Although... i really hate all the taxidermy, its in really awful taste and i dont know why people promote it as being "chic" or cool.


Blogger Kate Rose said ... (11:09 PM) : 

animal parts for decoration yuck me out, but I really like the faded color scheme. I could never imagine anyone sane living in a house as run down as this, though...but when I look at these pictures I think of a runaway orphan who has created a secret sanctuary.


Blogger Ljubica said ... (11:22 PM) : 

theses shots are ABSOLUTELY amazing!!!!


Blogger Mystique Boutique said ... (11:42 PM) : 

These photos remind me of a fabulous photo shoot I attended in Los Angeles. The scene itself is just amazing. Lovely photos, wonderful atmosphere. Bravo!


Anonymous Yasamin said ... (12:28 AM) : 

Looking at these photographs makes me feel so understood.


Blogger Robyn said ... (12:34 AM) : 

What a bold set of photos, not discriptions were needed at all!



Anonymous ollyt said ... (1:41 AM) : 

What a story!


Blogger Nitus said ... (2:38 AM) : 

Good photos!!!!


Anonymous collectives said ... (2:55 AM) : 

I am a long time reader, but this is the first time I've felt compelled to comment.

This set is absolutely intoxicating, and I hope to see more posts in the future akin to this one.


Anonymous Riima said ... (2:57 AM) : 

Music and stuffed animals? Didnt look that pleasing. But felt warmth in the colors and the old worn-out, lived-in, used-up kinda look combined with soft tone. Great Lighting. Great shots.


Blogger alexander said ... (3:03 AM) : 

love the photos especially lighting and how the green contrasts with wood. i get a very berlin in nyc feeling. xander


Blogger The Feminine Touch said ... (3:37 AM) : 



Blogger Ashley said ... (3:45 AM) : 

Something about these pictures is so comforting :) Thanks for these gorgeous pictures, they are beautiful and inspiring.


Blogger MELISSA Z. said ... (3:59 AM) : 

I love the first pic, so country-chic!


Anonymous Minty said ... (5:06 AM) : 

Well, if this is not a commercial shoot then it is even more strange that it looks so staged and, as Lara said, self-conscious. Does not feel authentic to me -even the commercial shoots like the one for Vogue Pelle feel more real and alive. And not relating to any of this: I love your book!!


Anonymous ivy lee said ... (5:36 AM) : 

As a vegetarian, i do not fancy the first two, but the rest is superb.


Blogger agnes said ... (5:45 AM) : 

A study of light and shade with linear complexity that beckons the viewer into the heart of the study,the eye follows the play of horizontal and vertical ...I'm almost inspired enough to convert it to a study in oil its so captivating...I would have insisted on a diaphinous wisp of fabric floating on an invisible breeze love the eggshell/turquise/aubergine scheme of things..this last photo is exquisite!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:02 AM) : 

I find the building and the photos very beautiful inspiring... the dead animals not so much


Blogger Maya said ... (8:08 AM) : 

Sorry, can't see the beauty of the pictures, all that taxidermy is really hideous. Can't understand the fascination with dead stuffed animals or, worse, cut stuffed heads of dead animals. Maybe someone could explain the appeal of having them around?


Blogger Lucy2284 said ... (8:22 AM) : 

This might just be one of the most beautiful posts (and blog) i have ever seen!


Blogger no-more-wire-hangers said ... (8:40 AM) : 

what a picturesque place!! would be so much fun doing a shoot there. love the paint colour!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:53 AM) : 

I have seen better places torn down...that can't be safe. The mixers aren't plugged in because the electrical system is not up to code. Romantically aged building looks damned dangerous. Not a straight floor in the place. However, I do dig the shots. Very Artful, Sart.


Blogger Shonwer said ... (9:32 AM) : 

Oh gosh, amazing shoot! ;)


Blogger Sniurk said ... (9:39 AM) : 

C'est vraiment beau, j'ADdore:)


Blogger tim said ... (10:55 AM) : 

Fantastic sequence. The model mixed in with the the other shots really works. Much better than trying to cram all the ambiance in fewer shots.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:58 AM) : 

I love these pictures! It has that cool, indie sensibility, which is a refreshing change from all the polished fashion shoots we've seen.


Blogger Aquila said ... (11:13 AM) : 

Is that Lykki Li?


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

so beautiful..


Anonymous felliniwoman said ... (12:28 PM) : 

girlfriend needs to get out of that apartment before she gets lead poisoning or tetanus or something. Also, this whole set of photos is just creepy: an innocent waif who can't see the danger she is in. Just feels ominous and predatory to me...


Blogger Izzen said ... (1:47 PM) : 

I like the laptop. :)


Anonymous Rezke said ... (2:20 PM) : 

Oh, so amazing photos with notion. Who's author, please?


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:57 PM) : 

The service bell by the mantel: a time warp on Nitrous


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:06 PM) : 

Grey gardens¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:25 PM) : 

Those shoots look amazing! My favourite is the first. It is really really beautiful.

Marie Bonnet


Blogger zelda said ... (4:02 PM) : 

Inspiring pictures, not so crazy about the dead animals.


Anonymous indoor said ... (6:42 PM) : 

looks like she went visit the guys from flight of the conchords!


Blogger Bill from Jersey said ... (6:45 PM) : 

Gene Fullmer?


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:13 PM) : 

Dear Mr Sartorialist, you really should consider doing photos for album covers.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:46 PM) : 

The sparseness of the flat makes me think of both poverty and freedom. The shots are very beautiful. I do agree with the comments about the DJ photo, though. It was this shot that made me think that the whole thing might have been set up for the shoot - it made me question the authenticity of all the images. Once I would have loved to live like this, now I have too many things, including a husband and small kids, sigh...


Anonymous Alyxmyself said ... (10:23 PM) : 

Gorgeous composition of course, you are really comming into your eye as a pure artists, as i have said before.
No reflection on you, but someone feed that girl a sandwich.


Blogger lb said ... (11:39 PM) : 

Wow. These are your most amazing non-street fashion shots yet.


Blogger citizenne said ... (7:30 AM) : 

Love the interiors


Blogger Yoli said ... (10:55 AM) : 

Stunning. That first shot with the deer antlers and that woman's equally long neck and delicate face sticking out is perfection.


Blogger Chris said ... (11:19 AM) : 

i really love this series of photos... it's awe-inspiring... really... the colors, composition and lighting is spot-on! everything that i love...


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:31 PM) : 

who's that girl?


Blogger pauline said ... (4:02 PM) : 

These pictures are wonderful.


Blogger MarissaoftheSea said ... (5:55 PM) : 

that picture of the girl spinning is so rad. I never see homes this empty. It really inspires me to get rid of everything that isnt of a huge importance to me. I wish I wasn't such a jack of all trades and a master of none... well fashion is kinda my thing now but fashion is kinda cluster fuckish


Blogger Renee ( said ... (6:06 PM) : 

i love this series of images!


Blogger Jungmin said ... (10:12 PM) : 



Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:17 PM) : 

hauntingly romantic.... I want to go there!!!!!


OpenID Share Some Light said ... (1:29 AM) : 

I love the character that this house possesses!

Scott - I met you at your book signing this past fall in New York and spoke to Garance Dore about having an internship with either of you. I exchanged emails with your assistant Tracy but haven't heard anything since about November. I'm still interested if there are any opportunities available!



Blogger Mizan Othman said ... (4:58 AM) : 



Anonymous Hélène said ... (6:24 AM) : 

The most beautiful serie !
Love it !

Splendide !


Blogger alyssabecht said ... (9:11 AM) : 

Wow this is the first time I've ever commented because this is the first time EVER I I've been disappointed with your shots.. Nothing about the clothes is original and a be-knickered girl listening to records on the ground alone is a dilapidated house is really cliché. It's like the cover of a bad indieband's first EP. Please no more! Back to the beautiful street shots with real people not stagey irritating model shoots.


Blogger Hannah M. said ... (11:58 AM) : 

so fantastic.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:39 PM) : 

i thought this was an editorial. not entirely original but still beautiful and reminiscent of some time ive never experienced.


Anonymous designer t-shirts said ... (5:05 PM) : 

Amazingly haunting


Blogger meg said ... (5:21 PM) : 

so beautiful, and inspiring.


Blogger Amber Rose said ... (2:22 AM) : 

These are perfection..


Anonymous kristine said ... (3:49 AM) : 

wow!! nothing else to say!


Blogger She Wore It Well said ... (2:23 AM) : 

These are great Scott!


OpenID dublinslemonsoap said ... (1:36 PM) : 

Such lovely lighting, beautiful!


Blogger Caylie said ... (4:03 PM) : 

love the colors. amazing photos.



Blogger stereotype said ... (8:26 PM) : 

I heart the second pic, of the boar etc. The colours are awesome!!!


Blogger Yael said ... (2:45 PM) : 

Absolutely gorgeous shoot, minus the dead animals.


Blogger Rebecca Dearlove said ... (1:40 AM) : 

Absolutely stunning


Blogger Paola Albergate said ... (10:45 AM) : 

This location is dreamy. I would love to know which part of the city this apartment is in. I've always wondered if buildings like this one still exist.

Lovely photos as always,
thank you for the constant source of inspiration.

With love and admiration xx


Blogger The Jazzy Belle said ... (11:05 AM) : 

I love this photo shoot!! The chipped paint on walls, the random suit cases, old photos, the beautiful girl w/ all her musical equipment.. amazing!


Anonymous madam chino said ... (1:25 PM) : 

MOST AMAZING!!! Thank You!


Anonymous Margret said ... (1:34 PM) : 

Best Of Luck Tokyo


Blogger wehr i am said ... (1:45 PM) : 

excellent series of photos.


Blogger Diana said ... (2:39 PM) : 

I just love this serie of photos, I love the interior!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (6:08 PM) : 

first picture... a-la joni mitchell.. love her songs love her style.


Blogger Lutetia Dandy Club said ... (3:14 PM) : 

Great pictures serie! The one with the girl and the guitar is just perfect!


Anonymous Helen R. said ... (7:05 PM) : 

Anonymous, that was exactly what I was going to say. That shot is SO Joni Mitchell- and I'm so happy to see her style starting to ebb into our modern fashion. She's not quite back. But hopefully, she'll come back around


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (5:32 AM) : 

Not managing to get past the model's enormous bunions.


Anonymous charlotte h said ... (12:25 PM) : 

This post is amazing - the photos remind me of Virginia Woolf's classic "To the Lighthouse". The wild boar's head, the creaking doors, the torn wall paint... the melancholy and emptiness of the setting contrast so well with the girl's youth and vitality!


Blogger Leigha said ... (4:32 PM) : 

Really gorgeous post. I cannot wait to explore the rest!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:38 PM) : 

Where can I get a Mongoose vs. Snake statue like that???


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