Not bad, but, IMO,
Seam not dead-on straight (it's hard to keep 'em straight, particularly with real, non-elastic hosiery).
Wrinkel on model's left ankle too pronounced - probably should have been fixed.
Tonal values of the nearly desaturated image causes legs nearly to blend into background. Not so much "pop" as previous image. MIGHT be better to desaturate the background completely - or slight more color to background than now.
Too many bottles, too light labels compete too strongly for viewers' attention. Leftmost bottle's label is nearly blown out.
Might want to crop top to just below the knee. The back of the knee gives a curve against the upper calf of her right leg that I personally find "visually confusing" - I think it detracts from the lines of her legs at the edge of the picture.
On the plus side, the model's got lovely ankles and calves, which you captured nicely; the shoes and choice of hosiery are perfect for this; and I can almost smell the smoke, see the dark, film-noir setting, and hear the beautiful, mysterious client talking to the gumshoe. Lighting on the legs and shoes excellent - most of the problems I have are centered around a too-obtrusive background.
Still, good stuff. Thanks for sharing.
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