Australia's emblematic beauties illustrated - Australian Geographic

Tasmanian Blue Gum Botanical Illustration is the sixth of 8 paintings featured in the Nature Watch section of Australian Geographic Magazine Issue 130

Woven designs by Maori fashion designer Shona ...

Woven designs by Maori fashion designer Shona Tawhiao. Bringing the fine art of traditional woven clothing to the present.

Fine Fettle: Fashion Inspiration: Nomad Chic

Mixing Textures & Patterns: Anja Rubik's Edgy Bohemian Look for Etro Fall 2009 Campaign


Malo e lelei // Tupua Productions presents the Kingdom of Tonga

Unidentified Maori woman

Unidentified Maori woman, circa She wears European clothing and feathers in her hair.

Samoa natives - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time.

young samoan girls in traditional samoan style dress with samoan selu tuiga combs

Studio portrait of an unidentified young woman. She is wearing traditional Maori clothing and is wearing a hui tail feather behind each ear. Photographed standing beside a chair from waist up. She is holding a tewhatewha in her right hand and resting it on her shoulder. Photograph taken by William Henry Thomas Partington in early 1900s.

a young woman wearing traditional Maori clothing - Photographed by William Henry Thoas Partington

Foy Brothers (Thames) :Unidentified Maori woman with huia feathers in her hair, Thames district

Puahaere was not only a Chieftainess of Ngati Paoa through her mother but she was King Tawhiao's daughter

Maori Maiden FGR 4497 |

Maori heritage for sale in New Zealand. Buy and sell Maori heritage on Trade Me.

hawaii traditional clothing | Found on

Hula Holoku by Herb Kane. When i was a little girl, I had this poster up in my room and would stare at it for dayz! Tahiti

Tahitian women wearing versions of the Mother Hubbard dress, c, wikipedia commons

Group from Motueka, [ca 1860s] Group from Motueka outside a whare, circa 1860s. Many are wearing kakahu (traditional Maori cloaks). Unknown photographer.

Group from Motueka, [ca Group from Motueka outside a whare, circa Many are wearing kakahu (traditional Maori cloaks).