David Dent captures here the positive side of Narcissism: while we have contempt for those who value beauty we will create nothing beautiful and sink in mediocrity. The fabulous facade of the Hendon Hall Hotel is the backdrop and a reminder of beauty coming from great vision and pride; and model Ceri wears a couture dress in black latex and peacock feather train and collar by Jane Doe Couture.
Ceri's body is a piece of artwork in itself as the ex point to point jockey has beautiful tattoos. So what we also have here is a reminder that what used to make Britain great and beautiful is diversity and all the classes pulling together: the tattoos and peacock feathers are a reminder of Empire and the ethnic influences in our culture; the latex the influence of our fetish and radical youth culture like punk; and the dress the creativity of Brtish fashion designer. The value of Conservative influences in our culture are represented by the symbolism of the blue mink fur , long black operagloves and our architectural heritage. A contemporary but Neo Classical image; perfect for a Georgian home and a reminder of the power femininity gives woman.