Paris by Night

52” Scarf

silk + modal

Frayed Edge

made in italy

Paris at Night (NASA, International Space Station, 04/07/13) 

One of the crew members aboard the International Space Station photographed this night image of the bright city of Paris, France on April 7, 2013.

Credits: NASA

"Every man casts himself into the world by making himself a lack of being; he thereby contributes to reinvesting it with human signification. He discloses it. And in this movement even the most outcast sometimes feel the joy of existing. They then manifest existence as a happiness and the world as a source of joy. But it is up to each one to make himself a lack of more or less various, profound, and rich aspects of being. What is called vitality, sensitivity, and intelligence are not ready-made qualities, but a way of casting oneself into the world and of disclosing being. Doubtless, every one casts himself into it on the basis of his physiological possibilities, but the body itself is not a brute fact. It expresses our relationship to the world, and that is why it is an object of sympathy or repulsion. And on the other hand, it determines no behavior."– Simone de Beauvoir