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Women's Fashion / Handwriting Analysis

Frida Giannini

Caroline Murray, director of the British Academy of Graphology and AnOther’s resident graphologist, unravels the hidden meaning behind the handwriting styles of fashion notables

A note from Frida Giannini to editor in chief, Jefferson Hack
A note from Frida Giannini to editor in chief, Jefferson Hack

The writing reveals a woman of flair and good taste who is inspired by her creative imagination. However her sense of reality and practical common sense keep her well grounded and judgements are reasoned and well balanced...

The writing reveals a woman of flair and good taste who is inspired by her creative imagination. (Well nourished stroke, neat, clear). However her sense of reality and practical common sense keep her well grounded and judgements are reasoned and well balanced.(Fairly stable base line, balanced proportions, Earth in the planets)

She has a good sense of shape and form and shows attention to detail in her work. (Small, neat, good layout). She can concentrate hard and is self-disciplined and consistent in her actions. (Grouped to connected). She is efficient, constructive and will persevere with her projects. (Well nourished, connected, well organised)

In her private life she is prudent, reflective, can be introspective and in fact quite private, (small, some vibrancy, aerated, secondary, arcades) but as far as others are concerned she is courteous, polite and ready to listen. (Aerated, good layout). Attitudes may be firm, but not aggressively so. (Neat, connected, small)

To summarise, the writer has a vibrant and harmonious disposition which, together with her other qualities, provides a good backdrop for her to exercise fully her creative and aesthetic qualities, which happily from the above, appear abundant. (Some vibrant movement, balanced proportions, good aeration between letters, some rhythm).

 

The British Academy of Graphology

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