Photographer Arianne Clément is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this portrait/documentary photography.  From the project ‘100 years, age of beauty’To see Arianne’s body of work, click on any image.






During her meetings with 10 centenarians from the Montérégie region, Québec, Arianne Clement became interested in the efforts that these women put into (or don’t), looking good and the many challenges that they face. She asked  them about youth, old age, feminism, sexuality, charm, appearance, love, etc. Through these portraits, Arianne questions society’s obsession with youth and beauty standards. She also seeks to give a voice to these women whose beauty is rarely acknowledged.







All images and text © Arianne Clément



See also:

HOW TO LIVE to 100?

By Arianne Clément





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