Here's an illustrative interpretation of a passage from The Bookseller of Kabul by Asne Seierstad. The passage describes a woman wondering through the bazaar, buying various items. She ends up at a cart with bras, and buys a "powerful corsetlike contraption".
The women in Kabul are required to wear burqas which have a small opening for the eyes - the grille. These are often in the shape of a hexagon, which I used as a framing device to suggest first point perspective.