Anna Grassi is in the building!

She is gorgeous, she is fierce, she is impassioned and wildy enthusiastic. Plus, I’ve never seen anyone mingle amongst teenagers as well as she does. I’m sorry for the internal joke, but just two months after entering the building (err… yes, sorry for the timing) and joining the Colors team as an assistant photo editor, the milanese Anna Grassi has already become everyone’s favorite type of girl.
How did you come to learn about Fabrica?
It must have when Colors 47, the issue on Madness, fell into my hands.

What have you been doing before now?

aaa. beautiful things. I got my self stuck in the british country side looking for Mr Darcy at every “against the hunting ban” party. It took me 4 years to realize that my neighbour didn’t look anything like Jane Austen and that those chavs thrashing beer cans in my courtyard were keeping my Mr. Darcy and his stallion away. I got my photography degree and flew to France, where between a glass of wine and a piece of cheese, i remembered how tasty the world can be.
What do you expect to get out of this experience?
I guess learn to do my job at best.
What will you miss from home?
The question is rather what will i miss when i go home.
Anything else you’d like to share with us?
first mistake old bean!
Ah, by the way, what is this teenager thing about?
do i need to explain that my teenaghood was in the shadow of insicurity, or that my ormons go wild on teens or simply that i wear sneakers, bite my nails, and get red when a boy looks at me?