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Másk & Costume of Cantabria, Spain 2014 - Parade "Vijanera de Silió, Molledo" , Cantabria, Spain 2014| Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Másk & Costume of Cantabria, Spain 2014 - Parade "Vijanera de Silió, Molledo" , Cantabria, Spain 2014| Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The 'Untold' Editorial was Shot by Photographer Balint Barna

Eccentric Apocalypse Attire

Captured by Seiji Fujimori, the Marie Claire Spain ‘Sensorium’ editorial is the second swimsuit story in a row that he has done for the magazine. This time appearing in the publication’s June 2012 issue, it stars model Caroline Corinth

Architectural Swimsuit Editorials

Captured by Seiji Fujimori, the Marie Claire Spain ‘Sensorium’ editorial is the second swimsuit story in a row that he has done for the magazine. This time appearing in the publication’s June 2012 issue, it stars model Caroline Corinth

Leather tabard: Can probably be converted out of opshop finds, would look amazing.

Tabbard for women made of leather

Leather tabard: Can probably be converted out of opshop finds, would look amazing.

Medicine Woman - Medicine means the magical power of fate, healing magic and medicine. Women were the first midwives and shamans, welcoming the newly arrived and preparing sacred rituals for the departed. The Medicine Woman holds the Moon in her hands. She trusts Divine Timing. She knows that all things that once were will be again. From: The Book of Goddesses by Nancy Blair

Medicine Woman - Medicine means the magical power of fate, healing magic and medicine. Women were the first midwives and shamans, welcoming the newly arrived and preparing sacred rituals for the departed. The Medicine Woman holds the Moon in her hands. She trusts Divine Timing. She knows that all things that once were will be again. From: The Book of Goddesses by Nancy Blair

Figurative Harp (Domu) detail - 19th–20th century - Democratic Republic of the Congo - Mangbetu peoples - Wood, hide, twine, brass ring

Figurative Harp (Domu) detail - 19th–20th century - Democratic Republic of the Congo - Mangbetu peoples - Wood, hide, twine, brass ring

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