THE FW EDITORIAL
For Fall Winter 23, Agua visited a discreet space in the heart of Medellín to shoot a special story inspired by the beauty and mystery of bourgeois portraiture and intimacy.
The space featured a spectacular collection of articles collected from travels around the world; and perhaps, most fascinating: a collection of works by American artist Ethel Gilmour, who defined the art scene in Medellín, Colombia, towards the end of the 20th century.
The late Ethel was a close friend of the original owner of the house, who flirted with the local art scene and had impeccable taste.
Our Agua women, for this story, feel warm, dignified, and sculptural, with stone-like soft skins, empowered poses, and most importantly, very imposing Agua looks for the colder days fast approaching.