Call Me Stormy

Finding righteous currents in turbulent times

Babes of Burlesque: 21


Her website best capsulizes this free-spirited Italian.

Surreal, distracted, dreamy and poetic. As a modern Persephone, she embodies lights and shadows. Nymph with a mischievous smile and graceful step or gothic vamp with languid and melancholic look. Giuditta Sin loves to transform every performance in an opportunity to free her imagination, showing it in its many shades and involve you in her dreams.

First, she appears in The Killing Moon, 2011 at Sala Arrigoni in Rome.

In 2012, she unveiled Ancella Greca.

Her website:

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