1. a form of the possessive case of I used as a predicate adjective
2. something that belongs to me:
3. Archaic . my (used before a word beginning with a vowel or a silent h, or following a noun): mine eyes;lady mine.
Greek Mythology has some weird stories. An infamous one is probably known by everyone from the scholarly to the not-too-fond-of-school crowd: Oedipus & his mother complex!
From that marriage (after killing his dad) they had a daughter and everyone knowing the Greek Gods will suspect that she didn't have a happy life.
What the heck does this has to do with fashion? Ask Riccardo Tisci because he called my new bag Antigona!!!
Thus, I have a adopted daughter that, I hope, can give a better life than the one destined in the mythology!