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for Nasty Magazine

with Solann


Snakes have learned when they are carrying too much baggage of their lack of hands or how to get rid of trauma like a habit. They shed their skin when grow up. Humans haven’t learned how to get rid of the parts of themselves that no longer serve them. We hold onto our disease, trauma, and ties, so deep inside of ourselves. We breathe life into deadly and painful things and we wonder why we still hurt. Society does not tell us how to accept and let go of parts of ourselves. This editorial traces the path of self-acceptance as a form of rebellion against a society and personal experiences that tend to dissociate us from our "being". An analog fashion story shot by Marie Le Gall.


Photography: Marie Le Gall / @marielegall
Stylist: Cintia Laina / @cintia_laina_stylist
Fashion: MM6 Maison Margiela, Andreadamo, Ermanno Scervino, Ottolinger
Hair: Alexandra Santos / @san_alexa
Makeup: Mahelia Hugel / @mahelia.hgl
Light assistant: Yvana Dubois / @yvanabolinois
Studio: Le Petit Oiseau va Sortir / @lpovs
Model: Solann / @solann_zla

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