How does this editorial channel the spirit and flavoring of Serbia?
Katerina Soskic It's easygoing, fun, and spontaneous. It was also chaotic, intense, and unpredictable.
Ana Kras The shoot is just us having fun on a very normal, average, weekday. That sums up Serbian spirit very much—you don’t have a lot, you don’t want a lot, but you have that very moment and it's up to you to have fun within it. It’s very spontaneous how life happens there, it’s my favorite. Time doesn’t matter, mot much matters, actually—it’s all about interpersonal relationships and good times.
Jovana Markovic The understanding that comes from people with a shared history and backrgound, and the level of mutual understanding that comes with that.
Sanda Simona We were quite lucky to capture an interesting moment that was going on in Belgrade that day because there were some pro-government demonstrations going on. There were many people that came with buses from many different places in Serbia to support the Serbian president and his politics, and they all parked in the same boulevard. Of course, I am deeply against what he is doing for Serbia at the moment, but the line of buses was a good scenography for our photoshoot, so we used the moment.