Metamorphosis

Photographed by Agnese Cornelio

“There was a Naiad once, named Salmacis, who refused the virginal path of Artemis to become a unified creature with her beloved Hermaphroditus and the Gods fulfilled her request. She embraced fluidity and water, the most fluid element, embraced them and created a an equilibrium between genders, a poetry of androgyny and bodies.” A story photographed by Agnese Cornelio.

Metamorphosis

Credits:

Photography: Agnese Cornelio / @agnese_cornelio
Styling: Lorraine Betta / @lorrainebetta
Make up/hair: Arianna Scapola / @ariannascapola
Location: QC Terme San Pellegrino / @qcterme
Model: Aleksandra Kursa at Next Models / @olakursa @nextmodelsmilan

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