“Nation of Angela”, by Sophie Toulouse, will demand that Drago’s freshmen confront a new challenge: defeat the Anorexic Nymph fashion army who are ready to conquer the world. Post-modern magicians, with flat stomachs and botox faces, the fashion army attack the brain with full lips and silicon breasts. Broken promises, not unlike advertising slogans, or the miracles of research: beauty clinics under glass, more ephemeral than a breath. It is useless to follow the instructions and “use with caution”: Sophie Toulouse’s chemical makeup has already invaded the world, spreading her (un)values, playing the magic flute of perfection at any cost. In “Nation of Angela”, the French artist tells the story of the Anorexic Nymph fashion army with irony, their first rule is to win. A hyperbole of the competition which dominates contemporary reality, a society which is obsessed with appearance till the point that it drives you mad. An obscure, invisible sin, hidden under polished skin, stretched to the limit and devoted to eternal youth. Forms so dried out they almost disappear, like fairies liberated from the latest burden: a body which is rooted to the earth and to the duty of loving it. However, the mirage found in Nation of Angela soon reveals its danger: an inhospitable island, inhuman and alienated. It is not by coincidence that Sophie Toulouse uses a basic language, almost conceptual, in contrast with the mass-media carnival. A little bit like the symbolic arabesque, in which the sacred nature of God, but also of man, can not be portrayed.