Marion Gronier was published on the second day of La Lettre. Her project has since become a book and an exhibition. Here it is again. It’s Saturday. It’s cold in the changing rooms. I’ve got gooseflesh standing here barefoot in my knickers. Mummy forgot to take up Oceane’s dress for me, it’s too big as it is. Mummy’s getting cross, she can’t find the hole to thread the needle. I’m afraid she may scold me.
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