National Voodoo Day in Benin West Afrika. Voudon is the national religion in Benin. Before European colonization Afrikan spiritual systems were soley practice across West Afrika. Vodou, means "Spirit of God." It's a system of beliefs originating in Africa. The Voodoo doll is used to represent the spirit of a specific person. Voodoo flourishes in Mexico, Brazil, Trinidad, Jamaica, Cuba, Haiti, South Africa, Togo, Benin and New Orleans, it is estimated that Voodoo has over fifty million…
The Moon rabbit in folklore is a rabbit that lives on the moon, based on pareidolia that identifies the markings of the moon as a rabbit. In Aztec mythology and East Asian folklore, it is seen pounding in amortar and pestle. In Chinese folklore, it is constantly pounding the elixir of life for goddess Chang'e; but in Japanese and Korean versions it is just pounding the ingredients for rice cake.
Dare to be dark for AW16 Clue up on the Twisted Beauty trend with the AW16 cheat sheet Take a step into a darker, more romantic wardrobe for AW16 as Alexander McQueen and Rodarte ruled the runways with their Victoriana-yet-totally-sexy gowns. New seasons comes in sultry lace, winter florals and loads of butterfly embroidery, so get ready for a fashion formula that is equal parts gothic and girlie
SFX Mood Board for Freque Magazine October Edition. Will be shooting TWO models / shoots for this submission between now (7/14) and (9/15). This is 100% trade, there is zero payment. Would love to have a SFX artist willing to assist, let us know. We are all doing our jobs in trade for this submission. If published we get a tear sheet only from the mag, including cover and table of contents. Contact Craig@ConciergePhoto.com or www.Facebook.com/RemarkablePhoto
Your mysterious allure ~ Men love a mysterious woman, who draws them in with their mystifying allure. You are the type of woman, who reveals just enough to hook them in and then leaves them guessing. Some women divulge love opening up about their past, you open up just enough to leave them wanting more. Someone is probably staying up all night wondering about you right now!
Children with prams at the entrance to Kelvinbridge station on the Glasgow Underground, 1962. A woman is standing at the ticket booth. The entrance was located in a tenement building next to the Great Western Bridge facing west on to the Caledonian Railway Co's Kelvinbridge Station and goods yard, and the River Kelvin beyond. Reproduced with the permission of Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Museums - TheGlasgowStory
Give your ankles the attention they deserve. Miu Miu adorned model’s ankles with ribbon ties; Calvin Klein took us back to the early Noughties with a T-bar anklet. Take your cue from the catwalk and pair with bright white slip-on trainers. See more Spring style updates on Miss Vogue.