The Artists of Polish worked together on a task where a few models were wearing customary Slavic clothing types, including these fantastic head wreaths – a notorious piece of Slavic old stories. Some time ago ladies wore them amid religious and common services, for example, marriage, memorial service, celebrations and one on the most vital yearly festivals – Easter.
These great hoods are made out of paper by turning it firmly into bloom shapes – a conventional technique for making such wreaths in Poland.
It alarms me to think, how much magnificent stuff has been lost to history as of now, however on account of picture taker Ula Kóska and cosmetics craftsman Beata Bojda, one a greater amount of these excellent things will be protected for more.
For more, check out these impressive traditional Ukranian headdresses.