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PARIS - JANUARY A model walks the runway at Jean-Paul Gaultier Haute Couture fashion show as part of the Paris Fashion Week Haute Couture S/S 2010 on January 2010 in Paris, France. (Photo by Dominique Charriau/WireImage) Floral Fashion, Fashion Art, Runway Fashion, Fashion Show, Fashion Dresses, Fashion Design, Jean Paul Gaultier, Paul Gaultier Spring, Fashion Week Paris

Jean Paul Gaultier Does Avatar-cum-Mexican Fiesta for Spring 2010 Couture

>> And then there was one. With Christian Lacroix off the couture schedule, Jean Paul Gaultier is the only French designer left creating couture

Chieftainess New Plymouth? I will update her details and the book this picture was captured from as soon as I locate it. Maori Symbols, Polynesian People, Maori Patterns, Flax Flowers, Long White Cloud, Maori People, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nz Art
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Chieftainess New Plymouth? I will update her details and the book this picture was captured from as soon as I locate it.

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Kaitaka - Cloak, Auckland Museum

Ruhia Pōrutu's kaitaka paepaeroa (fine flax cloak with vertical weft rows and tāniko borders. Flax Weaving, Weaving Art, Weaving Patterns, Finger Weaving, Maori People, Maori Designs, Nz Art, Maori Art, Pleated Fabric
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Ruhia Pōrutu's kaitaka paepaeroa

This magnificent kaitaka paepaeroa (fine flax cloak with vertical weft rows and tāniko borders) has a unique history. It belonged to a woman of high status who had considerable mana. In traditional society, the mana of such people permeated their belongings. In 1840 it this cloak saved the life ...

 Two are decorated with short black cords (cloaks decorated in this way are called korowai). One is decorated with taniko boarders (cloaks decorated in this way are called.

World of Ethno

Three women wearing cloaks, 1921 Three Koroniti women model fine flax cloaks. Two are decorated with short black cords (cloaks decorated in this way are called korowai). One is decorated with taniko boarders (cloaks decorated in this way are called...

Catawiki online auction house: Woven flax skirt - piupiu - Maori - New Zealand - Oceania Native American Wisdom, Native American Artifacts, New Zealand Flax, Polynesian Dance, Flax Weaving, Traditional Skirts, Maori Designs, Folk Costume, Costumes
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Woven flax skirt - piupiu - Maori - New Zealand - Oceania

Catawiki online auction house: Woven flax skirt - piupiu - Maori - New Zealand - Oceania

Maori and Polynesian

Productions Wardrobe - Maori and Polynesian

Maori and Polynesian

Kamariera Te Hautakiri Wharepapa (right) and Kihirini Te Tuahu (with tewhatewha) during their trip tp London, Photo by Vernon Heath.

A little bit of family history

As a young girl my Grandfather used to tell us the story of our great, great, great Grandfather Kamariera Te Hau Takiri Wharepapa, the Maori Chief who went to England to meet Queen Victoria and mar…

Emu feather skirt - Meerreeng-an Here Is My Country - Culture Victoria

Ponponpoorramook - Meerreeng-an Here Is My Country - Culture Victoria

Culture Victoria - Ponponpoorramook

Piupiu New Zealand Flax, Tahitian Dance, Polynesian People, Maori Designs, Red Bone, Unity In Diversity, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Ethnic Dress
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Piupiu

Piupiu

Piupiu

Maori Haka War Dance, New Zealand

Maori Etiquette: What to Do When Visiting a Marae - NZ Pocket Guide #1 New Zealand Travel Guide

Learn about what to do when visiting a marae in New Zealand with this Maori etiquette guide and interacting with Maori.

Man's cloak – Objects - RISD MUSEUM New Zealander, New Zealand, Man’s cloak, Twined flax with wool pompoms, Finger Weaving, Hand Weaving, Flax Weaving, Maori People, Maori Designs, French Collection, Folk Clothing, Maori Art, High Art

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Man's cloak – Objects - RISD MUSEUM New Zealander, New Zealand, Man’s cloak, 1880-1890, Twined flax with wool pompoms,

Lacebark piupiu

The word 'piupiu' means 'to swing', and is also the name for a skirt with free-hanging strands. Piupiu could be worn either around the waist or across one shoulder. They were made in many types of material and styles. This example, from around 1900, is made from the soft inner ...

Traditional Māori Poi Tāniko performance instruments by master weaver Karl Leonard. These intricate works are woven using natural plants from New Zealand forests and waterways. West Papua, Maori Art, Easter Island, Weaving Patterns, Gypsy Soul, Creative Inspiration, Fashion Art, Tassel Necklace, Weave
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Poi Tāniko by Karl Leonard - Master Weaver

Karl Rangikawhiti Leonard is one of New Zealand's finest practitioners of Māori weaving. View his gallery of intricate Poi Tāniko musical performance instruments.

Unidentified Maori group (from the Tauri family?), and a Pakeha man, alongside rows of Maori cloaks, and quilts, circa Possibly at a tangi.

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Unidentified Maori group (from the Tauri family?), and a Pakeha man, alongside rows of Maori cloaks, and quilts, circa 1910. Possibly at a tangi.