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Girls At Rest Published on 25/10/2016

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Girls At Rest

Inspired by our Women's Winter Collection, photographers Partel Oliva and stylist Tamara Rothstein imagined the story of three party girls recovering from their long night through the rituals of a lonely forty year old healer.

At the end of the night, blue dawn folding into new day,
they come to me.

Never mind what they did,
Or didn’t do the night before,
They come to the house
Built with my husband back in ’84.

(I remember the young architect
So proud of our trust
And the tower that bisects.)

Who knows how my name,
Forgotten all around,
Survives among these girls.

Who told them I could, if pressed,
Ban the noise of the city
From roving about their flesh.

What a day,
Every day I don’t wake up in a burning house.
Every dawn they enter spent, sleepy, cold,
And exit anew through the door he used to call louvered.

Photographers: Partel Oliva
Stylist: Tamara Rothstein
Photographers' assistant: Guillaume Blondiau
Models: Amelia Rami @ MP Paris, Blesnya @ Elite Paris, Manami Kinoshita @ Storm Management
Masseur: Khanthaly Manokoune
Hair: Jawara
Make Up: Nami Yoshida

House designed by architect Michel SEBBAN / Sculpture by Albert HIRSCH