When imagination rules, error doesn't exist.
When we question what's right, the wrong does not endure. When faced with the unknown, making mistakes is not a failure; to err is experimentation. Like when we dig into our mother's wardrobe as a 13-year-old and discover a world of clothes that we would never have imagined; when we put on high heels with a leather jacket that looks like a dress, when the pleated skirt serves as a cape, when a hat becomes a childhood photo for life… when we lose ourselves when imagining things, we embrace error. And it ceases to exist as an error. It only exists as a right. Photography by Martina Keenan. Styling by Elly Mcgaw.
Translated from the original article from Vogue Portugal's The Beauty of Imperfection issue, published November 2020.
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