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full blossom: pille t by lamb for harper's bazaar hong kong march 2013 | visual optimism; fashion editorials, shows, campaigns & more!

full blossom: pille t by lamb for harper's bazaar hong kong march 2013 | visual optimism; fashion editorials, shows, campaigns & more!

flower children

flower children

visual optimism; fashion editorials, shows, campaigns & more!: full blossom: pille t by lamb for harper's bazaar hong kong march 2013

visual optimism; fashion editorials, shows, campaigns & more!: full blossom: pille t by lamb for harper's bazaar hong kong march 2013

FULL BLOSSOM: PILLE T BY LAMB FOR HARPER'S BAZAAR HONG KONG MARCH 2013

FULL BLOSSOM: PILLE T BY LAMB FOR HARPER'S BAZAAR HONG KONG MARCH 2013

This model fell head-first (pardon the pun) into the artificial flowers at a craft shop! Poor creature! For heaven's sake, keep Princess Beatrice away from this!

This model fell head-first (pardon the pun) into the artificial flowers at a craft shop! Poor creature! For heaven's sake, keep Princess Beatrice away from this!

another variation

another variation

FULL BLOSSOM: PILLE T BY LAMB FOR HARPER'S BAZAAR HONG KONG MARCH 2013

FULL BLOSSOM: PILLE T BY LAMB FOR HARPER'S BAZAAR HONG KONG MARCH 2013

Christopher Kane Resort 2010 Fashion Show - Alla Kostromichova

Christopher Kane Resort 2010 Fashion Show

Christopher Kane Resort 2010 Fashion Show - Alla Kostromichova

pink

pink

Africa | Wearing a Tyn feather crown (headdress) typically worn by the Bamileke people of Cameroon | These crowns are often referred to in western markets as Juju hats. || Prior to the production for the mass decor / tourist market, feathered crowns were worn exclusively by prominent members of society such as chiefs, diviners and dancers, at weddings, royal affairs and sometimes funerals.

Africa | Wearing a Tyn feather crown (headdress) typically worn by the Bamileke people of Cameroon | These crowns are often referred to in western markets as Juju hats. || Prior to the production for the mass decor / tourist market, feathered crowns were worn exclusively by prominent members of society such as chiefs, diviners and dancers, at weddings, royal affairs and sometimes funerals.

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