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HOMMÉS STUDIO is creating a new concept, a new vision of Interior design, for t. Foto Fashion, Fashion Moda, Fashion Art, Womens Fashion, Fashion Design, Traditional Fashion, Traditional Outfits, Ethnic Fashion, Asian Fashion

阿尤服装-身在城市,心在远方

身在城市,心在远方阿尤的每一次牧游都是自然而调整我们与这座城与这个时代对话的眼光及思考方式同时阿尤发现并带回当地美好的传统工艺融入元素和现代科技手段将中国传统文化和时尚新美学结合实现对传统的创新与传承

Kenya - Pokots tribe - Ignacio Izquier do Tribal People, Tribal Women, African Tribes, African Women, Beautiful Black Women, Beautiful People, Afrika Corps, African Culture, People Of The World

Memorias de Kenia (I): Los Pokots - Crónicas de una cámara

Me sorprendió el verde. Imaginando el Africa Negra con ese característico color ocre amarillento de la sabana, malinterpretando las pocas imágenes que tenía de este continente que lo colocaban cercano al desierto, Kenia brillaba con vida, como naturaleza pura y salvaje .Acababan de terminar las lluvias y aunque comenzaba la estación seca que acabaría transformándola […]

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The Mursi tribe are an African tribe from the isolated Omo valley in Southern Ethiopia near the border with Sudan. African Tribes, African Women, We Are The World, People Around The World, Costume Ethnique, Mursi Tribe, African Colors, Africa People, Aboriginal Culture

The Mursi Tribe Of Ethiopia

The Mursi tribe are an African tribe from the isolated Omo valley in Southern Ethiopia near the border with Sudan. There are an estimated 10,000 people in the

Gelede pays homage to the Spiritual Powers individuals and entire communities. Religions Du Monde, Cultures Du Monde, World Cultures, Arte Tribal, Tribal Art, Rock Horror Picture Show, African Women, African Art, Traditional Art

***Age - Wisdom - Sacred Power...

Gelede masquerades are spectacles performed by the Yoruba people in Nigeria and DanXome that celebrate the Mystical Power Of Women. Gelede refers to the concept of honoring women and their innate powers so that the entire community may reap the benefits of their life-giving forces. There are many different variations of the Gelede spectacle, which varies from region to region, but this concept remains consistent throughout all of them.

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