Jean Joelle Fontain, a designer and visual merchandiser for H&M in Boston, is enjoying the sun in South End. Her styles include H&M jacket, Kreyol skirt, and vintage boots.
Pauline Faldor, a psychology major, is about to do some shopping amidst this very chilly day in Downtown Crossing.
Nuri Chandler-Smith, an African American Studies professor, shows her support for Haiti with her red and blue while on her way to a walk for Haiti.
Raysa Lamourtte, a designer, expresses her love for color with these retro style bright shades.
This model shows she’s on fire next to her red beamer. Nilda Fidalgo with her 80’s twist vintage pearls and H&M jacket.
Managing partner for the Iman Fashion Group shows her retro flare with her modern inspired shades, cowl neck sweater and Calvin Klein jeans.
Miss Fontain (I am Kreyol) gathers folks in Harvard Square at Walk for Haiti 2010 on Mt Auburn St.
Cassandra Prophete, founder of Mezzi Foundation Inc., looks radiant in this turmeric Urban Decay coat paired lovely with her Louis Vuitton purse and Coach sneakers.
We caught Maia Laing, a project manager, shopping on Newbury St with this adorable vintage jacket, Ax tights and Cole Haan boots.
Miss Richardson, a visual merchandiser for Macy’s, mixes her favorite designers. With her bright green Old Navy coat, Gucci bag, Gucci Aviators and Sorel and Concept collab boot.
Guertie Nestor, network coordinator for H Republic fashions stopped us in the St Paul courtyard during the Walk for Haiti.
Model Stephanie Barbosa stands by this ornate iron rail. She is lovely in her H&M jacket, blue Forever 21 top and Aldo shoes.