Anti conformist and non-standard, Stefanie Renoma plays with the masculine body: she models it and tricks us with a troubled ambiguity, a double identity. The opposition between man and woman disappears, the paradox is exacerbated. Setting, decoration, androgyny, the double concept, her style is asserted. However Renoma disorients us by making sexuality obscure and because androgyny reigns; it is only to enchant us even more. An erotic tension, a significant and provocative desire pulls out from the apparent nudity of her photographs: the body is desexualised, asexual, the being is conspicuously, authentically and naturally naked.
Classy and chic , Stefanie plays with clichés nonchalantly. As is her brand, her setting is glamorous, luxurious, and opulent. Femininity is the watchword, masculinity is thus altered, almost definitely prohibited: it becomes fascinating, such as a third sex, a Renoma sex.
The artistic fame of her father, Maurice Renoma, has had quite an influence on her. With the famous photographer and designer as a father, founder of the eponymous brand, - to which all the creative geniuses, Dali, Andy Warhol, Serge Gainsbourg, Brigitte Bardot, will be followers or even ambassadors - Stefanie Renoma has benefited from an environment which has progressively developed her critical sense of traditionalism and which has guided her to a quirky style.