People should not leave looking-glasses hanging in their rooms any more than they should leave open cheque books or letters confessing some hideous crime.
from The Lady in the Looking-Glass by Virginia Woolf
In a modern solitude The Lady in the Looking-Glass looks at herself. She imagines. She changes. She peers. She knows herself. And she recognizes herself. Finding herself. She doesn’t lose herself anymore.
In all its facets, from all its many perspectives. In a game of glances that does not need new spaces: everything is within her, in her room, in her individuality. Same and reflected.
Behind the photographic lens that captures the creations of emerging Made in Italy designers, Stefano Bidini.
Sotis mini printed dress by Alessandro De Benedetti; Beblase convertible bag model Fuchsia Blink Band and python print with removable and adjustable metal shoulder strap; convertible bag Beblase model Bynight fuchsia in metallic and python print with adjustable metal chain.