This V Spain editorial demonstrates how important is having a story behind a photoshoot so the
result is consistent and interesting. They are not just pictures of nice Céline, Ralph Lauren or
Margiela clothes on a beautiful blonde model -Edita Vilkeviciute this time-; they are a way to
narrate a story. I would say this is a socialité gone revolutionary tale, very much à la Patty Hearst.
This well-dressed rebellion pictures are dedicated to "all the courageous women who defend their ideals. They are masters of their own destiny, their voices songs that celebrate the beauty of freedom."
And even though Edita gived us a powerful glaze, pulls off berets and holds a semi-automatic, there is still a melancholic and out of place vibe. Maybe it's hard to fight for equality while wearing Céline pumps.