La Bella niña is a collage exploration project built from femininity, and the vintage woman gestures and postures. It reflects the sensitive side of the war.
I always thought vintage was not only a word, for me it was a place where cigarretes where thinner than women and smoking was a experience to escape from all the madness happening around. Where women took love as diamonds, and men drank wine just to drown the war in their minds; where you lived a world in black and white photographs, and love stories happened through letters sent from thousands of miles away.
Really, i just thought it was the most beautiful place.