We grow up reading and learning about iconic female characters from movies, fictional stories, and history books. Their stories and traits helped to form who we are as women and how we judge those around us. With age, however, it becomes more apparent that these characters whom we learned to love were only given to us in a very one-dimensional view. It was our own experience and knowledge that really built who they were in our imaginations. We look upon these “characters” every day, whether they are fictional or someone in our own lives. We have the choice to see them in this peripheral way that we’ve learned from our storybooks, judging only what we can see. We should, however, choose to look beyond, connect their stories with our own, and find who they truly are to us as an individual.

Photographer: Gabrielle Cheikh
Stylist: Savannah Norris & Gabrielle Cheikh
Makeup: Kathy Moberly & Kate Shaw . Faces by Kathy Moberly
Hair: Rudy Thien . MDG Salon
Flowers: Autumn Keller . Isibeal Studio
Jewelry: Erin Trimble


Annie Glenn . Independent
Christina Rodriguez . Independent
Claire Rosenbalm . Independent
Kayla Strother . Independent
Lily . LModelz
Murph Damron . Independent
Polina Osherov . Independent
Rachel Cain . Independent
Tania . LModelz
Tiffany . Independent

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