In the editorial collaborative project Portraits Carin Rodebjer aims to illustrate the driving force that Rodebjer is built upon. Unapologetic womanhood through the stories of inspiring women has always been the fuel of inspiration and Portraits aim to convey the power of women she is inspired by today.
“I dress based on the mood of the day. I want to be free from having a specific look or style and stay forever curious. Why not try to look classic one day and explosive the next. I think Rodebjer always gives you that range and combination of playfulness and elegance in a very effortless way”
– Vera Vitali
Vera Vitali is a Swedish actress. Daughter of costume designer Kersti Vitali and actor Leon Vitali, best known for his work as Stanley Kubrick’s right hand, Vera would from a young age accompany her father to the sets of some of the most iconic movie productions. After studying theatre in Stockholm and New York, Vera made her acting debut in 2008 in the critically acclaimed and Palme d’Or winner Ruben Östlund’s movie Involuntary.
Vera Vitali’s bold approach to humor, her ease and ability to bring life’s absurdities into her art are just a few things that Carin admires about the actress and that align Vera with Rodebjer’s beliefs, ethos and style aesthetics.
“Vera is sharp, and she has a remarkable sense of humor. What I love is that she sees all the absurdities of different interactions and situations, and she brings that knowledge into her work and everyday life. Wit and depth in a brilliant combination”