“We know a star when we see One, and in Sandra Rieder’s case it would be hard to argue otherwise…”. This sentence isn’t coming straight from my brain or imagination but the exact words chosen by One Management, New York, to introduce the newest addition to their new faces roster (the so-famous Lil’Ones and I’d love to put a tiny smiley at the end here), a little bird from Eskimo who seems fine ready to spread her wings. Or who did it already if you keep in mind the fact she is currently in town there and comes from Italy. And for a first leap, it looks like she handles it like a master. You know, this special “thing” some young ladies do have and makes a difference right from the start. From this angle, my opinion would perfectly corroborate One’s vision with the small exception I’m not used to write the word ’stars’ unless I’m talking about these bright shiny dots covering the sky on cloudless nights (this being said, stellar wouldn’t be a bad description of Sandra’s expressions according to the photographs above). Oh well, you know, sometimes words matter less than the general idea they are bond to carry on and in this peculiar situation, talking about star appeal isn’t wrong at all when you think twice. It reminds me of these (almost forgotten) days when one would call ‘expensive’ the girl with the odd look. Nowadays the adjective applies more often to some softer features, smoother gazes and looks that embody a more approchable (yet often more subtle) kind of beauty. Yesterday’s stars had their slice of fame for sure, but most of these bright youngsters experienced short careers with empty pockets and purses. Today’s rising comets, and hopefully tomorrow’s too, are those who immediately leave a foretaste of greenbacks piling up. In other words: looking expensive went back to… becoming expensive in a near future.