"I don't think my daughter Lily started drawing clothing out of pure imitation.

I think she saw it more as an artistic playing field that she could explore. And since she really knows how to draw, which isn't the case with her parents, she immediately traced out rather inspiring silhouettes.

She switched roles with her parents, while emphasizing her personality, no holds barred.

In other words, this wasn't a “mini me” exercise. It was a real and very personal demonstration of her existence."

- Jean Touitou