[Considerably updated below]
Carla Sozzani, owner of the gallery 10 Corso Como (Italy).
From New York Magazine.
What intrigues me about this look? Many elements, to be sure.
It reminds me of two dresses I used to wear frequently: one in thick gray jersey with an identical bodice , but a gently flowing, almost ankle-length skirt. I wore it with a tall blonde topknot and flat Doc Martens unlaced black lace-up shoes.
But there's also the tank-bodice, saffron, thick jersey ballerina dress that invoked Azzedine Alaia. A perfectly graceful dress for the summer.
And finally, my favourite sculpture as a lassie was Degas' dancer. Cliche, no doubt, but when a show of Degas came to Ottawa's stunning national gallery of art, I looked at the tiny dancer until every square of tulle was etched into my mind. Three different versions are below:
It's a case of Degas vue, if you ask me . . .