Tag: Traditions

A crocodile: your only precious jewel

A crocodile: your only precious jewel

A crocodile means prestige, strength and power Nearby a remote village on Sepik, the largest river in Papua New Guinea, there are some of the world’s most isolated tribal populations; in this place live about 8000 people, protected by their waterways, as it is from…

Hamer Women: femmininity in a handful of red earth

Hamer Women: femmininity in a handful of red earth

Hamer women represent a minority group, as many others in the world that put itself through practices and habits strange and particular. Customs and traditions of women in the world,  often amaze and impress  who does not  belong to that culture. They might be somewhat…

Are witches back?

Are witches back?

Witches, they were women who just wanted to be recognized in a society that did tried to oust them in all possible ways from public life. The same society wanted them inside houses, under the strict control of the male figures of the family.

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Jewels and diamonds symbols of indipendence

Jewels and diamonds symbols of indipendence

All women since ancient times have been used to worn jewels (nowadays also men are used too. Infact they wear watches, which are real jewels, earring and bracelet). A precious jewel, worn with discretion or shown off with exuberance, gives to the woman the pleasure…

Makeup around the world and over time

Makeup around the world and over time

Nowdays in Europe, the last make-up trand is to enhance eyes and eyebrows, which are more well-defined and bushy. Skin color is natural and it’s perfect combining lipsticks and eyeshadow in different colors! But what about make-up in the past? What about the use of…

Tales of Queens and Caftans

Tales of Queens and Caftans

Finally it’s summer! What’s the garment you absolutely need to have in your  wardrobe? It’s the caftan, of course! Not only in the most jaunty and maritime version as beachrobe, but also for your most chic evenings.

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