…keeps the sin not far away. And with it, experience, insecurity, imperfection, error. But also learning, boldness, evolution, courage.
In the forbidden fruit, they found a way to constantly renew knowledge, leaving naivety in an immaculate garden to enter a dark version of Eden that has both growth and conquest: of wisdom, of style, of connection. “Only innocence and ignorance are happy, but they don't know it”, advocated Fernando Pessoa. But sin and knowledge have a more desirable wardobe. Photography by Emmanuel Giraud. Directed by Larissa Marinho.
Translated from the original article from Vogue Portugal's The Beauty of Imperfection issue, published November 2020.
Full credits and story on the print issue.