Lilith was Adam's first wife and his equal – made at the same time
and of the same earth. Because of her refusal to be subservient,
she is often relegated to being demonic, sly, and coquettish.
Levinson notes, "Before Eve, there was Lilith, a feral creature of
femininity. Her persistence is a metaphor for power and seduction,
and this potent mixture embodied in her curves makes her irre-
sistible. She is a force that lies at the heart of all women."
In a visual statement on how women’s bodies are
used and displayed but not particularly regarded
by the fashion industry, the photographer may
be positing a visual commentary on the state of
women themselves, their objectification, and