It’s easy thinking of Duty’s work, he is the representation of the sensual elegance, beauty and urban painting of his own culture (Milan). Duty has perfectly learned the excellent Warhol’s “Milanese” lesson: nowadays simplicity and efficacy are necessary to achieve success. In his picture we can notice one of the most commercial themes of painting’s history, such as beautiful and sensual women that usually remind us the world of fashion with beautiful faces and sensual expressions that attract your look directly with their suggestive provocations. These expressions are able to generate sensual or erotic dreams in man or a in mirror in which women can recognize themselves as a model to aspire to or as “glamour” models. The way beauty is represented is to show women with big lips that the painter usually enhances through the use of lipstick, eyes and face makeup.