Carolina Guna

Carolina Guna presents her new spring/summer Collection ‘Butterfly.’

The collection was inspired by butterflies, taking inspiration from our transforming lives as do butterflies do, leaving many of us fragile and delicate, and now we have been released from our isolation from the pandemic into the world like a flowering butterfly. 

Nature for years undergoes countless transformations and now, we as humans are free again. 

‘Air butterfly, how beautiful you are, air butterfly golden and green. Lamp light, air butterfly, stay there, there, there! You don’t want to stop, standing you don’t want to.’

(inspiring poetry by Federico García Lorca)

Photography: Justin GaGe

Model: Fatima El Alaoui

Make up and model Juliet Blackrose

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