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The Power of VulnerabilityPhotographed By Drew Jarrett

Art, beauty and serenity are all fundamentals of the human condition and as such, portals into the soul. We explore what it means to be our authentic selves in an age defined by seeking hope in the promise of brighter days ahead.


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Coat: BALENCIAGA.
Necklace: LIHTE.
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Coat: BOTTEGA VENETA.
Earring: AGMES.
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Body Suit, Jacket: MAGDA BUTRYM.
Necklace: LIHTE.

— What I miss most about the pre-2020 world…
Being able to perform music and attend concerts and festivals is something I very much wish to do again. I also miss being able to hug, touch and kiss people freely.

— What I now see from a new perspective…
What I have noticed is people becoming more caring and concerned of how their friends and family members are doing, because we’ve all been reminded how fragile life can be. Unfortunately, I have also witnessed people become less trusting of others and more anxious due to fears which is creating a negative impact overall.

— My greatest hope for tomorrow…

I’m looking forward to a world that is healthy with a system that incorporates more mental health curriculums in schools and workplaces, including Yoga, meditation, and music healing practices because it all helps stabilize emotional, physical and spiritual wellness. Only when truly healthy can we put our best foot forward and achieve our greatest life goals.

VARSHA THAPA [The Lions]


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Pants, Top: ALESSANDRA RICH
Necklace: AGMES

— What I miss most about the pre-2020 world…
Spending time with my family and loved ones is what’s most important to me, and there was an effortlessness to that before which I truly miss. Perhaps because of that, I now have a newfound perspective and a greater appreciation for it.

— What I now see from a new perspective…
The past two years have provided tons of room for growth and have helped me find a new space of gratitude for the “now.” I put greater weight on the importance of intention, of giving, of letting go, and in living a day at a time. Amidst the chaos, uncertainty and grief, I saw bits of light in the smallest of things that invited the kind of clarity I needed to go through those times and come through them with a new perspective.

— My greatest hope for tomorrow…
As the world recovers, I see an opportunity for people to unite and come together over shared values, beliefs, principles, passions and goals. I see a chance to find strength in one another from what truly matters and that which ignites a fire within each of us.

RUBINA DYAN [The Lions]


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Body Suit: ZEYNEP ARCAY
Dress: MOLLY GODDARD
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— What I miss most about the pre-2020 world…

I will never again take for granted the ability to travel as fluidly as I used to.

— What I now see from a new perspective…
Those who truly matter in my life and who I want in my closest circle have become more apparent to me. I now listen more, not only to my own instincts but to my loved ones. Overall, having more time and being able to slow down has had a positive effect on my general awareness of things, my pace in life and my clarity.

— My greatest hope for tomorrow…
Honestly, I’d like to spend my days living in the “now,” without having to worry too much about what the future holds or dwelling too much in the past.

MAYA STEPPER [The Lions]


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