Ethnic Dress

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Newly initiated Pokot girls at the climax of the ceremonies of the rite of passage leap and shake their ornate beaded collars. Kenya | ©Angela Fisher and Carol Beckwith (African Ceremonies)

Newly initiated Pokot girls at the climax of the ceremonies of the rite of passage leap and shake their ornate beaded collars. Kenya | ©Angela Fisher and Carol Beckwith (African Ceremonies)

Portrait by Hans Silvester - tribal boy in Ethiopia

Hans Silvester Graphics Artwork

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Ceremonail Tibetan Costume at the 6th Khampa art festival | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Ceremonail Costume at 6th Khampa art festival

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* These alluring loose bead bodices are worn by Dinka girls who are eligible for marriage.

Ready for Marriage by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

Ready for Marriage by Photographers Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher - Dinka on photokunst

Evie & Adrienne || Sustainable Baby Clothing and Accessories || Made in America || Be The Good || Fertility Awareness || www.evieandadrienne.com

Evie & Adrienne || Sustainable Baby Clothing and Accessories || Made in America || Be The Good || Fertility Awareness || www.evieandadrienne.com

Turkana Women

Turkana Women

Aztec dancer, day of the dead celebration. - Imgur

Aztec dancer, day of the dead celebration.

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omo tribe body painting - Google Search

The Omo People - Tribal Body Art

I've been fortunate enough to stumble on a YouTube video going around on the internet with beautiful images of the Omo people. They are a group of tribes in the Omo Valley of Ethopia. They use their bodies as canvases and their amazing body art is totally spontaneous and for their own pleasure! Hans Silvester created a book featuring photos of the Omo people. Natural Fashion: Tribal Decoration from Africa. Very inspiring! I hope you enjoy their art as much as I do.