For some, religion has become a cultural heritage more than a faith practice, for others, when considering a value system instilled in them by generations, there is no risk of abandonment. I think that when you’re Muslim, it takes a lot of time to live your religion fully as you are expected to do, but to also live your life, enjoy it, and do work that you crave to do. It’s a process that crosses the winding path of self-acceptance, it needs you to accept where you’re from, but also to question if you’re willing to fully live religion, or take it as a cultural and spiritual heritage.
Check my interview for @voguemagazine ! Link in bio ✨
Proud of these women
I will never be thankful enough for this opportunity to share these portraits of my family and of my people! Here's a portrait of my grand-mother, Salouha, the most humble, spiritual and pure person in this world.
Huge huge huge thanks to @rubenramos and @atcodinha ✨💛
I'm deeply proud and honored to share my vision of Tunisia with @voguemagazine but also to represent my people and my family in the most humble and beautiful way.
You can check my interview and the whole serie in Vogue.com (link in bio)
A huge thanks to @rubenramos and @atcodinha without who it wouldn't be possible