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Raphael Lesedi Mothoagae Fashion Editorial Domo Watson Hair and Make-up Kenilwe Mokgomong Stylist Chanelle Van Deventer 
Headpiece VLOK Clothing THE SOUCRE JOBURG Props customized by DOMO WATSON
Raphael Lesedi Mothoagae Fashion Editorial Domo Watson Hair and Make-up Kenilwe Mokgomong Stylist Chanelle Van Deventer 
Clothing THE SOUCRE JOBURG
Raphael Lesedi Mothoagae Fashion Editorial Domo Watson Hair and Make-up Kenilwe Mokgomong Stylist Chanelle Van Deventer 
Clothing THE SOUCRE JOBURG
Raphael Lesedi Mothoagae Fashion Editorial Domo Watson Hair and Make-up Kenilwe Mokgomong Stylist Chanelle Van Deventer 
Headpiece customized by DOMO WATSON  Metalic Neck Piece made by VLOK Clothing THE SOURCE JOBURG
Raphael Lesedi Mothoagae Fashion Editorial Domo Watson Hair and Make-up Kenilwe Mokgomong Stylist Chanelle Van Deventer 
Headpiece VLOK Clothing THE SOUCRE JOBURG
Raphael Lesedi Mothoagae Fashion Editorial Domo Watson Hair and Make-up Kenilwe Mokgomong Stylist Chanelle Van Deventer 
Headpiece customized by DOMO WATSON  Metalic Neck Piece made by VLOK Clothing THE SOURCE JOBURG
Raphael Lesedi Mothoagae Fashion Editorial Domo Watson Hair and Make-up Kenilwe Mokgomong Stylist Chanelle Van Deventer 
Headpiece VLOK Clothing THE SOUCRE JOBURG Props customized by DOMO WATSON

Raphael

Photography by Lesedi Mothoagae
Art Direction and Concept Domo Watson
Hair and Make-up Kenilwe Mokgomong
Stylist Chanelle Van Deventer 
Photographic Assistant Lubabalo Mxalisa
Lighting and Digital Assistant Thato Mabaso
Model Moe Allam represented by Fanjam 

We are in the midst of a global pandemic; Covid 19. This has created a disruption in what we considered ‘normal life’. It is a transitional period or moment of limbo and now we are forced to take a step back, reflect, and hopefully become more socially and environmentally aware.

It is through this shift that so much pain within our communities has come to the surface. A pain we can no longer avoid or be distracted from by what used to be ‘ordinary life’. Covid 19 has created a crisis, resulting in illness, death, loss, fear, poverty, and depression.

No-one is safe from this virus. Now more than ever we realise the importance of communities and togetherness. As a society, we need healing. The notion of healing is personified in this body of work through a reimagined Archangel Raphael, the angel of healing.

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