Adriana Bertini is a brilliant fashion designer whose innovative creation of condom art hangs in over 35 museums around the world. Her collections belong to some of the greatest celebrities and designers, even though Bertini left the haute couture fashion industry three decades ago to work with impoverished youth living in the streets of San Paulo, Brazil.
Many of them are LGBTQ kids that suffer violence and also the scourages of sex trafficking. Bertini educates them about sexual health and rebuilding their self-esteem through art. Her selfless and dangerous work in a COVID-ravaged city models leadership built on kindness, sacrifice and radical generosity. This is her story.