Seasons may come and go, but our latest visual installment just taught us a thing or two about timelessness. And we want to share it with you! So we asked three girls to join us alongside their best girlfriends, to present a late summer editorial, one where we could highlight the very best of human connection. Anaís and Bárbara, Rafaela and Fabrícia, Ana and Cristiana all share a great story, and we feel lucky to be able to enjoy one tiny bit of it. So join us!
Fabrícia: Which traits do you cherish the most in people around you?
Rafaela: Respect, loyalty and the ability to love.
Rafaela: What’s the best thing you’ve learned in the last 6 months?
Fabrícia: I’ve learned that the posture and attitude with which we present ourselves, defines not only the way we’ll be treated by others, but also the course of our lives. Oftentimes, the key to success is the security and confidence we send (even if artificial at first).
Ana: What’s the first thing you think of when you wake up?
Cristiana: I think about the music I’m going to listen to: I get up and turn the speaker on immediately. It’s part of my routine, like a daily dose of inspiration that boosts me up and keeps me focused on my goals. Ideas for photography come up, my body moves… It also helps me a lot on days I’m feeling down or lazier.
It’s my best companion.
Cristiana: What’s the first thing you think of when you wake up?
Ana: I think about death, an I’m happy to realize that I had the opportunity to “ride” through life once again. The idea that the journey could end at any moment is always present, so the best thing to do is to never look back or too far ahead.
Later, before I fall asleep, I find myself reviewing my day and analysing my actions, and even if something not so good happened, I give deep thanks, retain the learnings, and visualize myself doing better tomorrow, if it ever comes.
Anaís: Where would you like to be in five years?
Bárbara: I would like to create a multidisciplinary project where I could surround myself with many creative people. Maybe something related to music, design and production, in which I could contribute to the cultural landscape.
Bárbara: If you could pick one artist to listen to again for the first time, who would it be?
Anaís: I’d pick Bad Bunny. The basic answer would be Shakira, as I’ve been listening to her songs since I was a kid, and I vibe 102% with her.
One of the earliest memories I have is dancing to a Shakira song that was playing on the radio at my Godmother’s place; but today, for the social movements I believe in, but also for my Latin roots, Bad Bunny it is.