Tag Archives: Denton Taylor

women working, Bergdorf’s

This picture was taken by my photographer friend, Denton Taylor.  Let me count the ways in which I love this picture: I love, of course, that this woman is working on that castle of luxury and lusciousness, Bergdorf’s. I love her rolled-up sleeves and pant legs, the plain brown work clothes, and the conspicuous cell phone in her […]


La fille Colette, the compliment

  As promised in my post here, I recently ventured out again to take pictures of this more autumnal La fille Colette dress. It’s called the Victoria dress, and it’s sexy! And I think you’ll agree that it can look sexy on a woman of any age. 


La fille Colette

I love it, of course, being approached by designers asking me to feature their work. When the person who approaches me is a young American designer who cares about quality, and slow, ethical fashion, it’s especially nice to say yes. Based in Boston, Colette Chrétien is the designer and founder of La fille Colette. Her debut collection was made on Cape […]