“There is a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in.” Leonard Cohen may have immortalized the lyrics of “Anthem” to later become a sort of mantra for a number of generations, but only vocalized what hope represents: a luminous beam in a dark room, a ray of sun in a cloudy day, the seven colors of the rainbow that announce the end of the rain in a battle between darkness and the light from where the light will come out as inevitably victorious. Literally or metaphorically. Because that light doesn’t need to come from the outside – usually, it actually irradiates from within, arises from the soul, exponentiated by the warmth of the luminous effects of a beautiful Summer day or increased by the reflectors in a Fashion shoot. Photography by Luca Meneghel. Styling by Leonardo Caligiuri.
Translated from Vogue Portugal's Hope issue, out September 2020. All credits in the original articles.
Texto em português na edição em print.