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Ponchos made of woolen shawls with jacquard weaving, handcrafted womens clothing from India. A poncho is a simple garment designed to keep the body warm, or if made from an impermeable material, to keep dry during rain. It is essentially a single large sheet of fabric with an opening for the head and sometimes for the arms. Some ponchos, especially those made to ward off rain, also have hoods attached. Attractive ponchos are now designed as fashion accessories; they are the same shape but of different material. The emphasis is more on fashion rather than utility value. These are often made out of wool or yarn, knitted or crocheted. While a traditional clothing in the whole world it is nowadays a standard in military field uniforms, and as a raincoat for wandering and biking. The poncho is called by many names in many geographies where it is used by both men and women. We carry two different varieties. Both are the jamawar variety. However, one variety has some extra embroidery and sequin work on the body.
Poncho Shawls in Jacquard Designs Wool Fabric Handcrafted Women’s Clothing from India (shalincraft-india)
A jamawar poncho is a simple garment designed to keep the body warm, or if made from an impermeable material. It is essentially a single large sheet of fabric with an opening for the head and sometimes for the arms. Some ponchos, especially those made to ward off rain, also have hoods attached. Attractive ponchos are now designed as fashion accessories; they are the same shape but of different material. The emphasis is more on fashion rather than utility value. These are often made out of wool or yarn, knitted or crocheted. While a traditional clothing in the whole world it is now a days a standard in military field uniforms, and as a raincoat for wandering and biking. The poncho is called by many names in many geographies where it is used by both men and women. We carry two different varieties. One are the jamawar and the other are georgette. However, one georgette variety has some extra embroidery and sequin work on the body.
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from "vinnies" (st vincent de paul's)
I don’t have a blog, so – as most of you fellow flickr fans know, I tend to share my weird and wonderful stories of living in Sydney right here on flickr, via this photoblog.
Something very funny happened on Saturday, so I thought I’d share it with you and also take note of it, and perhaps “save” it for future, to come back to for when I need a laugh.
I passed by Artamon for some errands and noticed a lovely photo book in the window display of Vinnies (Vinnies is short of St Vincent de Paul’s charity shop outlets. It’s mostly second hand stuff that people give to these charity shops which is then resold and the proceeds go for good causes). I don’t normally go into Vinnie’s as I am not into vintage stuff, however, I was amazed by the good condition of this photo book that it actually made me look further – for it’s price tag. I thought I was not seeing correctly – the book was only 3 dollars! So I went inside and picked up the book from the display window. It was brilliant! (But more about the book later).
I brought it to the cashier counter, and put it aside while I browsed more books and CDs….and even LPs! (even thoughI don’t have a record player, but nothing like flipping through these old classics!)
Then I realized there was something else I wanted to ask this nice Chinese lady at the counter.
I was wearing this yellow shirt which overlaps in the front. It was a gift from my cousin last summer and it seems to fit properly, but due to it’s cut, it’s very inconvenient when I’m wearing bags, as the shirt tends to hang or be dragged down by bag straps thereby revealing the chest. Now, since I’m out doing errands all day, running around finishing stuff and always carrying things around, this kind of shirt really drives me crazy as I do not particularly like showing people on bus, trains, taxis, what colour bra I’m wearing :/
So, since Vinnie’s sells all kinds of knickknacks I thought this might be just the right place to find a broche or a pin or something to keep the shirt folds together. So I explained my problem to this Chinese lady, and then she said something which I absolutely, positively, 100% knew she was gonna say (because I know the Chinese so well!): “But I thought you Aussie girls like wearing low cut!” !! We both started laughing, and the little shop, in this quaint suburb, on a sleepy Saturday morning, echoed with hearty laughs. 
I laughed because she was spot on – girls in Sydney love wearing skin revealing clothes, so it’s natural to assume (by the shop keeper) I would not mind doing the same. But I don’t feel comfortable in them when I’m just doing stuff around the city.
She then busied herself looking through several little boxes of jewellery but did not find any pin that would suit … I was a bit disappointed as I thought that Vinnes would surely have a solution for me. But then, just as I getting ready to drop the idea, she ingeniously fished out an earring! A silver clip-on earring which was just perfect for this shirt!! The size was not too big, and the clip was tight enough to hold the fabric together. I was so impressed! And she did not even charge me for the earring as it was only the one left.
I was so happy with my 3 dollar purchase (book) and free gift which not only was a nifty idea, but also looked glamorous and unique!
As for the book – I’ve looked through it several times already – it’s great. The book was printed in 2000 (for the Olympic games) and the photos are a bit dated. You can see it from the look of the people and places on the snaps - they have an eighties feel to them. Very retro, very vintage. However, after flipping through the book several times, I realized that even though the hairstyles may have changed, the scenes from the photo book are not dated at all: you will still see the painfully-burnt-looking sunbakers in Bondi; you will still see the leather & chain clad “princess” waiting for a cappuccino; you will still see the diligent Asian “ye ye” looking for a bargain at the Fish Market; you will still see the buzz of the markets, smiley kids playing at the Royal Easter Show, keen swimmers in North Sydney Olympic Pool…….you will still see the weird and wonderful scenes that weave the intricate social backdrops of Sydney….
So, my dear friends, next time you pass a Vinnies, make sure to step in. You will be pleasantly surprised ;)
 If you are an Aussie girl and like wearing low cuts – please don’t take this comment the wrong way. There’s nothing wrong with that. It’s just not for me. In fact, many of my overseas Chinese friends have commented on how low cut the clothes in Australia are and some overseas girl visitors may end up going back home without much shopping done.
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Mongolia - a 7 years old child and 3 years old horse for a race of 30 km..
Naadam, the `manly games? or suur-kharbaan as it is called in Buryatya is a festival of the three mayor traditional sports in Mongolia: wrestling, horse racing and archery. It is the biggest event in Mongolia?s public life. All over the countryside small naadams are celebrated and in the first part of July (11, 12 and 13) the national naadam in Ulaanbaatar is celebrated. The three day event brings all the best sportsmen from over the country to Ulaanbaatar.
It is the most widely watched festival in the country, and is believed to have existed for centuries in one fashion or another. Originally it was a religious festival as an annual sacrificial ritual honouring various mountain gods and to celebrate a community endeavour. Now it formally commemorates the 1921 revolution when Mongolia declared itself a free country.
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After 11 Days i nearly finishes the Lolita Set.
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- Pink/ black Tartan Shoes ( missing at the moment because there not finished yet)
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Illuminating Fashion: Dress in the Art of Medieval France and the Netherlands, 1325-1515
The first thorough study of the history of dress in the 14th and 15th centuries in Northern Europe based on dated works of art
Invaluable for costume designers, students and scholars of the history of dress and history of art, as well as those who need to date works of art
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Accompanies an Exhibition at The Morgan Library & Museum, New York 20 May- September 4, 2011
A comprehensive study of dress in Northern Europe from the early fourteenth century to the beginning of the Renaissance, this new book is the first thorough study of the history of fashion in this period based solely on firmly dated or datable works of art. It draws on illuminated manuscripts, early printed books, tapestries, paintings, and sculpture from museums and libraries around the world.
Examining the role of social customs and politics in influencing dress, at a time of rapid change in fashion, this fully illustrated volume demonstrates the richness of symbolism in medieval art and how artists used clothing and costume to help viewers interpret an image.
At the heart of the work is A Pictorial History of Fashion, 1325 to 1515, an album of over 300 illustrations with commentary. This is followed by a comprehensive glossary of medieval English and French clothing terms and an extensive list of dated and datable works of art.
German postcard by Kruger, nr. 902/332. Photo: Gerard Decaux.
Blonde French actress France Anglade (1942) was the sweet and sexy star of many European comedies of the 1960’s.
Marie-France Anglade was born in Constantine , France (now Algeria), in 1942. After the war she grew up in Chalons-sur-Marne . In 1958 she passed the holidays with an aunt in Chelles where director Jean Delannoy made the external shots for his film Guinguette (1959) with Zizi Jeanmaire. An assistant noticed her there and France became an extra. Subsequently, she moved to Paris where she posed with Genevieve Grad for fashion photographs and advertisements for Elle magazine. As a result she began a career in theater and film. In 1961 her film career really got on speed with parts in five films. She played the fiancee of Michel Auclair in Le rendez-vous de minuit/Midnight Meeting (1961, Roger Leenhardt) starring Lili Palmer. She had small parts in three portmanteau (anthology) films Amours celebres/Famous Love Affairs (1961, Michel Boisrond) with Brigitte Bardot and Alain Delon, Les parisiennes/Tales of Paris (1962, Marc Allegret) starring Catherine Deneuve, and Les sept peches capitaux/The Seven Deadly Sins (1962, Edouard Molinaro) with Dany Saval. The following year she continued to play small parts in such French films as the erotic Douce Violence/Sweet Ecstasy (1961, Max Pecas) with Elke Sommer and Pierre Brice, Comme un poisson dans l'eau/Like a Fish in Water (1962, Andre Michel) starring Michel Piccoli, and La denunciation/The Immoral Moment (1962, Jacques Doniol-Valcroze) with Maurice Ronet.
France Anglade had her first leading role in the TV comedy Le monsieur de 5 heures/ (1962, Andre Pergament). She also appeared in small roles in such prestigious productions as the Oscar winner Les dimanches de Ville d'Avray/Sundays and Cybele (1962, Serge Bourguignon) with Hardy Kruger as a man suffering from a war trauma and amnesia who befriends a lonely little girl. She found her niche in comedies. She played the title role in the comedy Clementine cherie (1963, Pierre Chevalier) . Soon followed parts in other comedies like Les bricoleurs/Who Stole the Body? (1963, Jean Girault) with Darry Cowl, Du mouron pour les petits oiseaux/Chicken Feed for Little Birds (1963, Marcel Carne) with Dany Saval, and Les veinards/People in Luck (1963, Jean Girault) opposite Jean Lefebvre. She also appeared in Italian comedies, including Le motorizzate/The Motorised (1963, Marino Girolami) with Toto, and Canzoni bulli e pupe (1964, Carlo Infascelli) with the Italian comic duo Franco Franchi and Ciccio Ingrassia. In Germany she appeared in the Krimi spoof Maskenball bei Scotland Yard/Masked Ball at Scotland Yard (1963, Domenico Paolella) starring Bill Ramsey. These were often European coproductions with several countries involved. She had grown into leading roles and starred in the romantic comedy Comment trouvez-vous ma soeur?/How Do You Like My Sister? (1964, Michel Boisrond). In addition to her comedies she played some dramatic roles as in the war drama Le repas des fauves Champagne for Savages (1964, Christian-Jaque) with Antonella Lualdi.
In Italy she appeared in the spy spoof James Tont operazione D.U.E./The Wacky World of James Tont (1965, Bruno Corbucci). After the success of the James Bond films, the Italians were among the first to jump on the Secret Agent bandwagon. They were also at the fore when it came to parody them. Two James Tont adventures, in fact, emerged during 1965 (‘Tonto’ is Italian for ‘Dope’ (stupid)) featuring Sicilian comic Lando Buzzanca. He drives in a little Fiat which can double as a submarine. This film is the second entry – ‘D.U.E’. means ‘Two’, though the initials themselves stand for ‘Destruction Urbi Eterna’. This is a reference to the Vatican, whose invaluable wealth the chief villain plans on stealing via an improbably elaborate plan which would even see the cupola of St. Peter’s flying into space! She then appeared in the British, Beirut-set thriller Twenty-Four Hours to Kill (1965, Peter Bezencenet) starring Lex Barker and Mickey Rooney. In 1968 Life magazine placed a photo of her and a big gun in the magazine. She had auditioned for the new James Bond opus, On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969, Peter R. Hunt), but she never became a Bond girl. In the second half of the 1960’s France Anglade only appeared in two films. She was one of the many beautiful European actresses who appeared in a sketch of the anthology film Le plus vieux metier du monde/The Oldest Profession (1967, Claude Autant-Lara) about the history of prostitution through the ages, and she played the title role in the remake Caroline cherie/Dear Caroline (1968, Denys de La Patelliere). In the following decades she sometimes appeared on French TV, and for long intervals she seemed to be retired. She returned to the cinema in a supporting part in Madame Claude 2/Intimate Moments (1981, Francois Mimet) starring Alexandra
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The Russian Orthodox Cathedral, Nice (Cathedrale Orthodoxe Russe Saint-Nicolas de Nice) is a Russian Orthodox cathedral, and a national monument of France, located in the city of Nice. Opened in 1912, thanks to the generosity of Tsar Nicholas II, it is the largest Russian Orthodox cathedral outside Russia. There is currently an ownership dispute over the property. The parish, which belongs to an overseas Russian Orthodox jurisdiction under the authority of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, opposes a claim on the property by the Patriarchate of Moscow, which has the backing of the Russian government(citation needed). The dispute seemingly stems from a conflict between old Russian nobility who have long since settled in Nice and newly arrived Russians. A subjective account of the dispute, favoring the current administration, can be read in the following text translated from the French, which formed the bulk of this entry prior to edit:
From a religious point of view, this claim is considered by the local noble Russian community as unlawful, since the cathedral belongs to the Orthodox Church of Constantinople and therefore has nothing to do with the Church of Moscow. They also underline that a religious matter should not be dealt with by the Russian state. What is more, this claim from Russian authorities is also linked to the arrival of newly emigrated wealthy Russians, who belong to the business Russian classes or even to the mafia. The old noble Russians who have lived in Nice for decades are unwilling to see they cathedral under the authority of a corrupt government and "invaded" by Russians whose wealth is openly known to be from illegal activities. They also noticed that the behavior of these newcomers is far from what it should be from truly religious people: indecent clothes in a very religious building, a clear tendency to show off how rich they are, a mere respct of religious dogma but no real Christian values underneath. There has also been a recent case of false accusation against the previous archbishop of the cathedral, led by newly come Russians."
Since the mid-19th century, Russian nobility visited Nice and the French Riviera, following the fashion established decades earlier by the English upper class and nobility. In 1864, immediately after the railway reached Nice, Tsar Alexander II visited by train and was attracted by the pleasant climate. Thus began an association between Russians and the French Riviera that continues to this day. The Cathedral was established to serve the large Russian community that had settled in Nice by the end of the 19th century, as well as devote visitors from the Imperial Court. Tsar Nicholas II funded the construction of the Cathedral, which was inaugurated in December 1912.
Nice (IPA: [nis]; Nicard Occitan: Nica [classical norm] or Nissa [nonstandard], Italian: Nizza or Nizza Marittima, Greek: ??????, Latin: Nicaea) is a city in southern France located on the Mediterranean coast, between Marseille, France, and Genoa, Italy, with 1,197,751 inhabitants in the 2007 estimate. The city is a major tourist centre and a leading resort on the French Riviera (Cote d'Azur). It is the historical capital city of the County of Nice (Comte de Nice).
The first known human settlements in the Nice area date back approximately 400,000 years; the Terra Amata archeological site shows one of the earliest uses of fire and construction of houses and flint findings are dated as around 230,000 years old. Nice (Nicaea) was probably founded around 350 BC by the Greeks of Massilia (Marseille), and was given the name of ?????? ("Nikaia") in honour of a victory over the neighbouring Ligurians (Nike is the Greek goddess of victory). The city soon became one of the busiest trading ports on the Ligurian coast; but it had an important rival in the Roman town of Cemenelum, which continued to exist as a separate city until the time of the Lombard invasions. The ruins of Cemenelum are located in Cimiez, which is now a district in Nice.
In the 7th century, Nice joined the Genoese League formed by the towns of Liguria. In 729 the city repulsed the Saracens; but in 859 and again in 880 the Saracens pillaged and burned it, and for most of the 10th century remained masters of the surrounding country.
During the Middle Ages, Nice participated in the wars and history of Italy. As an ally of Pisa it was the enemy of Genoa, and both the King of France and the Emperor endeavoured to subjugate it; but in spite of this it maintained its municipal liberties. During the course of the 13th and 14th centuries the city fell more than once into the hands of the Counts of Provence; and at length in 1388 the commune placed itself under the protection of the Counts of Savoy. Nice (called Nizza in Italian) participated - directly or indirectly - in the history of Savoy up until 1860.
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