Along the apartment floor were strewn clues of the woman, her hair long with a beginning part in the center. Accustomed to nights at home, she disappeared onto the sunny street, a preamble to an uncharacteristic night out. On a table lay an open book with a photograph of modern belongings: a suitcase, an umbrella outdoors on the ground near water.
Her clothes were in the style of the 70s, for which she gushed.
The slender, long-legged beauty wore her blonde hair down over a leather jacket with long, pointed collar - a striking contrast.
I saw the wooden beaded necklace, the beads, rod-like. Further outside of the room, there was her bracelet, in coordination with her necklace.
The last sign of the woman was a chunky wedge mule with an open toe. Then I saw her other mule on its side, on the floor by the bed, underneath it to an extent.
Perhaps before leaving, she pulled on again her bird-emblazoned coat and her black boots, put the red hat on her long white blond hair and took a handbag.
Featured items, remaining as part of the end-of-season sale: Roberto Cavalli silver silk gown with sequined trim, finished with a ruffle (INA Nolita); Margiela men's two-toned vintage leather vest (INA Chelsea); Givenchy fabric covered platform with ankle wrap (INA Soho); Givenchy printed silk dress with affixed plastic darts (INA Nolita); Comme Des Garcons women's black leather boot with ruffle circumference (INA Chelsea); Jean Paul Gaultier men's full length wool coat with yarn embroidered bird (INA Chelsea); Theysken's Theory multi-colored women's pants (INA Chelsea).