PRIMAVERA exists in the intersection between a contemporary eroticized beauty standard and the classical Renaissance’s ideas of beauty. It wants to explore sexuality by a metamorphose of femininity and masculinity. By dressing a man in the nominative construct of sexual femininity it wants to elaborate with the concept of fantasy. Creating desires to see what happens under the clothing. It wants to celebrates the body of a sensual boy - and the freedom that comes with no social restrictions.