|Peter Doig, Grand Rivière|
I was struck by how much red the crowd wore. Below, a big bag and plump scarf lifted all-black:
Red also showed up in a fire-engine hue, which she wore beautifully, with a short classic black blazer and elegant boots:
A black jacket and long paisley scarf: great way to wear a big rectangular piece if you don't need to swaddle your neck:
But one woman courted spring in a light, flower-sprigged skirt below her black jacket, playing with mood and texture. Her friend wore a Montréal uniform, the big wrapped muffler:
A marinière, ideal transitional piece—and can you see the little ruffled little hem?
I loved the body language of this kilted schoolgirl in her tartan vest and flower-patterned boots:
And also that of the young lovers, always a sweet sight but especially endearing in a museum:
Diane wore an olive fatigue jacket...