Many form their first impressions of others based on how one portrays themselves on the outside; how one dresses, the brands they dress themselves in. This creates two different images of people, who they are perceived to be on the outside and who they actually are on the inside. More often than not, what someone sees is an equivalent to a frame, hollow with nothing much to focus on after a while. On the contrary, we are all portrait works of design, with minute details and imperfections that are more valuable than what is on the surface. Learning to embrace and love one’s true self has more value than how others perceive you to be.