“Being yourself is all about authenticity and individuality”
Walking into her bedroom one can distinguish the details that uncover a lot about her personality and her beauty ritual. The clothing rack, which would probably break in half if one more vintage dress were hung, in the midst of the carefully planned chaos. The dresser, which was filled with petite perfume trays, vintage jewelry, old photographs and a selection of her favorite beauty products. The lampshade and bedframe, which she had picked up from a thrift store. It was the perfect renditions for a typical Sunday spent in bed, looking out through the large glass windows, with a good cup of espresso coffee. When we asked, she told us that the idea sounded good in theory, but usually her mornings would be a lot more chaotic. With two young children, she added, they usually climb up and into the bed, all excited and full of energy, ready to start the new day.
As we sat down she offered us coffee, and neatly poured it into hand-painted antique espresso cups, all the while, Billie Holiday sang out about a sad, gloomy Sunday.