Project Womyn, In Parts

Part photo essay, part fashion editorial, this editorial serves as a creative exploration of one woman’s journey to her definition of androgyny. This narrative asks; does the sum of the parts equal a whole?

feels like whats not there

sometimes it makes sense

sometimes it does not

I found everything I was looking for, except myself //

-tré danielles

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Photos: Zhamak Fotography

Modelling, creative lead: Tré Danielles

Styling: Lydia Okello

Make-up: Jessica Noujeim

Illustration: Christopher Rhette

Co-creative lead: Cydney Patton

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Lydia O

Lydia Okello is a feminist, body positive, queer personal style blogger. On her website Style is Style, she showcases her panache for bright colors and power clashing. When she isn't pawing over Samantha Pleet collections on Tumblr, she's dreaming about havin' a kitten of her own one day. You can find her on Twitter, Tumblr and on her personal blog.

Lydia has written 64 articles for us.


  1. That collarless white shirt and that grey hair and that best haircut possible … *hearteyetis* (this is a severe condition in which heartsineyesemoji becomes semipermanent, you bump into walls and make out with strangers and weep at everyday objects)

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