About the project


With Worthy, I wanted to highlight and be focused on people who are invisible to society, people who are often described by society as “atypical” with “unconventional” characteristics, people who live with a - more or less visible - difference which is never represented in the world of fashion, advertising etc. The word “atypical” has always had a pejorative meaning, although I am convinced that if we were used from an early age to see all different people who are not singled out as "weird" everything would be easier.

We all need to feel represented, to see people who look like us in ads, on TV, in magazines, in our favorite shows, series etc - without them being there to play the weird character / pointed out, but why not the hero or simply there to be there and not for their difference -.



You are, everyone of you, where you belong to be. We all are worthy being here, being seen, heard and respected.

No matter what you look like or think you look like, you're and will always be enough. Believe in yourself.

No matter what you look like or think you look like, you're and will always be enough. Believe in yourself.

You're strong. Beautiful. Kind. Smart. Talented & WORTHY.

Here are the women who made "WORTHY" exist:

"You are enough"

quick reminder to everybody reading this.

Paris only at the moment.

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