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The Self-Love Project

METAMORPHOSIS

METAMORPHOSIS

A visual story by Leslie Woods and Alice Kass

 
The twirl of a flower, reminding us of the days we picked the petals off of daisies, wistfully romanticising, he loves me he loves me not… Will I ever be good enough? A hint of self-doubt fills the air, but only for a single breath.

Metamorphosis is the story of female transformation. A behind-the-scenes look at the first ever Alice Kass fashion show that quickly becomes so much more. The women...


Self-Care For The Zodiac Signs

Self-Care For The Zodiac Signs

Although often dismissed as frivolous and unfounded by many, astrology can be a source of self-knowledge. But what is astrology? According to the most famous astrologer in the world, Susan Miller, “Astrology is the study of the correlation between the astronomical positions of the planets and events on earth. Astrologers believe that the positions of the Sun, Moon, and planets at the time of a person’s birth have a direct influence on that person’s character.” Commonly held to be fortune telling, it is, in fact, a way to get to know yourself and others better. Astrology can help...


BE YOUR OWN MUSE

BE YOUR OWN MUSE

 

You can’t have a conversation about self-love without talking about selfies. And I know what you’re thinking. They’re tell-tale signs of narcissism, insecurity and even sociopathy (according to some studies by the American Psychology Association). But a number of women artists, and women, in general, have taken to selfies and used them as a medium for self-expression, an opportunity to produce counter images to what society deems a woman should look like.

With a recent exhibition charting the history of the selfie at London’s Saatchi gallery, it seems our...


Table For One Please

Table For One Please



G
oing to a restaurant alone has always been one of my biggest fears. When I lived in Paris, a city notorious for being one of the most socially difficult to integrate, my fate seemed sealed. I only knew all of two people and my Anglophone Quebecer accent prompted a lot of sneers and puzzled faces from Parisians. Which clearly, wasn’t helping my pursuit of a social circle, or even more importantly to me, a dining companion.

I would walk by cafes...


Self-Love is Having a Moment