That's right, kiddies: We're not in Manhattan anymore. Welcome to Paris.
The weather is unseasonably cold, but the French remain unruffled. On the Rue Saint-Honoré in the 1er arrondissement, the women wear trench coats with belts artfully tied. The mysterious French artful-tying gene, first noted with the advent of Hermes scarves, has yet to be pinpointed. In men this translates into an ability to toss a scarf over one's shoulder just so. The look is very debonair, and as for the men of New York, well... let's hope you're watching.
French men put more effort into their hair. (If you have it, flaunt it.) A random poll of women says: John Edwards was onto something.
the mixing of unrelated patterns
All-black is always correct.
three generations of window shoppers
two young girls
snakeskin trenchcoat - YSL?
Believe it or not, this trench is from Zara.