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The Hereros by Jim Naughten

Herero Woman (Namibia) "They dress in colonial inspired regalia as a protest for all the atrocities committed by the Germans who colonized them." Photographer: Jim Naughten Info from African Fashion

"Hereros" photographic collection of Namibia's proud costumes and uniforms, rebelling from the occidental dress by Jim Naughten via iGNANT

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A Herero woman demonstrating the cow dance. Although relatively little is know about the precise origins and meaning of the dance, it signals the centrality of cattle to Herero culture. (c) Jim Naughten, courtesy of Klompching Gallery, New York

Jim Naughten - Herero Tribe

Jim Naughten: Hereros

‘conflict and costume: the herero tribe of namibia’ - photographer jim naughten

Herero tribe of Namibia - Jim Naughten

Back into the past - Namibias herero tribe

Herero Man in Yellow Suit ©Jim Naughten/courtesy of Klompching Gallery, New York City

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Marcas do Imperialismo: Conflito e Figurino na tribo Herero por Jim Naughten

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A Herero man holds the head of a freshly butchered cow, killed to supply meat for a funeral. Photographed by Jim Naughton

Hereros of Namibia added Victorian fashion into their traditional costume under German influence in the late 19th and early 20th century. photographer Jim Naughten

An elderly Herero woman in patchwork dress and pale scarf, As Herero women get older, the “horns” of their headdresses get smaller. According to some accounts, this is to symbolize their loss of fertility. Photos by Jim Naughten

The Herero tribespeople of Namibia, Africa | Conflict And Costume | photographer Jim Naughten

'Conflict And Costume': Photographer Jim Naughten Captures Herero Of Namibia In Stunning Garb (PHOTOS)

We recently spoke to London-based photographer Jim Naughten about his stunning portrait series of the Herero tribe members of Namibia. How did this series come about? What was your inspiration? “I ...

timelightbox: “ Photograph by Jim Naughten, courtesy of Klompching Gallery, New York Fifteen years after his first trip to Namibia, photographer Jim Naughten returned to document the Herero tribe — a people whose history and colorful dress has been.

Herero Style -Military caps, trilbies and cowboy hats are popular. Photographs by Jim Naughten

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Herero Style -Military caps, trilbies and cowboy hats are popular. Photographs by Jim Naughten

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Schier Shoes Photographed by Jason Eric Hardwick

Vintage Rose Album: Mom with daughter

Wisdom for Mothers from The Ladies' Home Journal 1905 & grandmothers--read to the end!

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Malick Sidibe & Janet Jackson

Photo by Malick Sidibe for NYT. Abdoulaye Diakibé wears a Viktor & Rolf suit. Mamoutou Koné wears a Dries Van Noten suit and shirt.

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