Pashtun - Afghanistan

Pasthun dresses
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The Koochi dresses, brought back to the West, are those that identified Afghanistan in the 1970s hippie era. This dress is a mixture of old pashtun embroideries and black/ printed (russian) cotton. Made in Norway in the 70th.

The Koochi dresses, brought back to the West, are those that identified Afghanistan in the 1970s hippie era. This dress is a mixture of old pashtun embroideries and black/ printed (russian) cotton. Made in Norway in the 70th.

Woman's dress. The Kochi are nomadic herders and gypsies and their clothing is particularly flamboyant. Their dresses, brought back to the West, are those that identified Afghanistan in the 1970s hippie era. This dress is of green silk with sari border. The bodice is heavily covered with coins and beadwork, including jul-i-peron discs; while these have an ancient history, the silver cording on the hem is modern.

Woman's dress. The Kochi are nomadic herders and gypsies and their clothing is particularly flamboyant. Their dresses, brought back to the West, are those that identified Afghanistan in the 1970s hippie era. This dress is of green silk with sari border. The bodice is heavily covered with coins and beadwork, including jul-i-peron discs; while these have an ancient history, the silver cording on the hem is modern.

The Koochi dresses, brought back to the West, are those that identified Afghanistan in the 1970s hippie era. This dress is a mixture of old pashtun embroideries and black/ printed (russian) cotton. Made in Norway in the 70th

The Koochi dresses, brought back to the West, are those that identified Afghanistan in the 1970s hippie era. This dress is a mixture of old pashtun embroideries and black/ printed (russian) cotton. Made in Norway in the 70th

Woman's dress. The Kochi are nomadic herders and gypsies and their clothing is particularly flamboyant. Their dresses, brought back to the West, are those that identified Afghanistan in the 1970s hippie era. This dress is of lue cotton. The embroidery includes fine interlacing in yellow. The bodice is heavily covered with coins and beadwork, including jul-i-peron discs; while these have an ancient history, the silver cording on the hem is modern.

Woman's dress. The Kochi are nomadic herders and gypsies and their clothing is particularly flamboyant. Their dresses, brought back to the West, are those that identified Afghanistan in the 1970s hippie era. This dress is of lue cotton. The embroidery includes fine interlacing in yellow. The bodice is heavily covered with coins and beadwork, including jul-i-peron discs; while these have an ancient history, the silver cording on the hem is modern.

The Koochi dresses, brought back to the West, are those that identified Afghanistan in the 1970s hippie era. This dress is a mixture of old pashtun embroideries and black/ printed (russian) cotton. Made in Norway in the 70th

The Koochi dresses, brought back to the West, are those that identified Afghanistan in the 1970s hippie era. This dress is a mixture of old pashtun embroideries and black/ printed (russian) cotton. Made in Norway in the 70th

The Koochi dresses, brought back to the West, are those that identified Afghanistan in the 1970s hippie era. This dress is a mixture of old pashtun embroideries and black/ printed (russian) cotton. Made in Norway in the 70th

The Koochi dresses, brought back to the West, are those that identified Afghanistan in the 1970s hippie era. This dress is a mixture of old pashtun embroideries and black/ printed (russian) cotton. Made in Norway in the 70th

Woman's dress. The Kochi are nomadic herders and gypsies and their clothing is particularly flamboyant. Their dresses, brought back to the West, are those that identified Afghanistan in the 1970s hippie era. This dress is of red velvet. The embroidery includes fine interlacing in yellow. The bodice is heavily covered with coins and beadwork, including jul-i-peron discs; while these have an ancient history, the silver cording on the hem is modern.

Woman's dress. The Kochi are nomadic herders and gypsies and their clothing is particularly flamboyant. Their dresses, brought back to the West, are those that identified Afghanistan in the 1970s hippie era. This dress is of red velvet. The embroidery includes fine interlacing in yellow. The bodice is heavily covered with coins and beadwork, including jul-i-peron discs; while these have an ancient history, the silver cording on the hem is modern.

Pashtun dress with black and gold embroidery.

Pashtun dress with black and gold embroidery.

Woman's dress . The Kakarh are mountain people, clinging to ancient beliefs. Often they remove the skirt of a draws before selling it, considering it too intimate for others to own. Pieced from several older embroideries, the dress top combines areas of dense stichery with others of fabric, such as satin and gold brocade. Patterns are geometric or stylized floral: black pompoms punctuate the bodice front.

Woman's dress . The Kakarh are mountain people, clinging to ancient beliefs. Often they remove the skirt of a draws before selling it, considering it too intimate for others to own. Pieced from several older embroideries, the dress top combines areas of dense stichery with others of fabric, such as satin and gold brocade. Patterns are geometric or stylized floral: black pompoms punctuate the bodice front.

Woman's dress in silk and ottoman silver embroidery.

Woman's dress in silk and ottoman silver embroidery.


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