VOGUE RUSSIA Marta Berzkalna in Russian Patterns by Mariano Vivanco. Katerina Mukhina, April 2011, www.imageamplified.com, Image Amplified (5)

VOGUE RUSSIA Marta Berzkalna in Russian Patterns by Mariano Vivanco, this collection shows how a designer should use their heritage to creat.

What happened? What happened to the fun of live it's just life don't take it... just don't I'm sure there's plenty women that just find this boring not offensive just boring. Let the little people have their fun what else do their have.

ILLEGAL POSTER in Soviet times when practically everything was censored, it was nearly impossible to see seductive young ladies on posters or magazines covers.

A Habbani Jewish couple, married in Israel after their 'aliya, mid-20th century. Note the traditional henna and jewelry paired with the Western clothing.

A Habbani Jewish couple, married in Israel after their 'aliya, C. Note the traditional henna and jewelry paired with the Western clothing. The city of Habban had a Jewish community in Yemen from 450 in It no longer exists in maps of Yemen.

The Kokoshnik Story: model Marta Berzkalna, photographer Mariano Vivanco, in Russian Vogue April 2011, styled by Katerina Mukhina

“Russian Ornaments” Marta Berzkalna by Mariano Vivanco for Vogue Russia April 2011 -- Some kind of headpiece - kokoshnik. Russian style in fashion.

The Kokoshnik Story: model Marta Berzkalna, photographer Mariano Vivanco, in Russian Vogue April 2011, styled by Katerina Mukhina

The Kokoshnik Story: model Marta Berzkalna, photographer Mariano Vivanco, in Russian Vogue April styled by Katerina Mukhina

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