One of the most striking sensations I lived with since I was little, was that "someone" is telling me what to do. And I did not always manage to surprise this "someone". Most times I've explained it in the broader context of family; I grew up being the youngest and, since I can remember, I had the term of comparison.
I soon joined those of my generation who were told they can differentiate themselves only by their creativity. And because that "someone" told me I could only live through beautiful things, I started working in the fashion industry where my creative spirit could soar in shapes, colors, trends, numbers. And every year, over and over again, the same... Yet, that "someone" was telling me that it’s not enough and I just have to dare to look beyond the superficial.
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