The following pages are inspired by Auguste Rodin, a French sculptor recognized for the realistic lines of the human body, capable of transforming a clay block into the most inert lifelike human.
That is precisely why it's fair that you ask: “Why Rodin in an edition under the aegis of the beauty of imperfection?” Ah, my dear reader, this is where you are mistaken, because perfection to be perfect must come from trial and error. And few have understood this improvement of the human figure in art as well as Auguste. Photography by Julien Vallon. Styling by Darcy Backlar.
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.