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Testino, M. 2013, Traje tradicional femenino del distrito de Tinta, provincia de Canchis, Cusco, Perú 2007, MATE - Asociacion Mario Testino , viewed 31 March 2014,

Alta Moda, the new Peruvian exhibition from Mario Testino. Traditional women’s dress. District of Tinta, province of Canchis Cusco, Perú.

Cuzco, un sommet très hype                              …

Cuzco, un sommet très hype

Alta Moda a photo exhibition by Mario Testino - a series of photos presenting…

While visiting Ollantaytambo, Peru, we stumbled into a festival where the Quechua people, (decendants of the Incans), were wearing these costumes, as marched and danced around the town to their music!    Alta Moda, a Peruvian Exhibition from Mario Testino |

While visiting Ollantaytambo, Peru, we stumbled into a festival where the…

❤️ Peru Does Neon Knits Better Than Anyone by Michelle Christina Larsen | Lucky Community

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Peru Does Neon & Knits Better Than Anyone by Michelle Christina Larsen on Lucky Community

makinology:  rufina huayra, master knitter & teacher from huancavelica in peru …   ~…Puchka Peru Textile Tours

makinology: rufina huayra, master knitter & teacher from huancavelica in peru … ~…Puchka Peru Textile Tours

befairbefunky: Colorfull people of the world ~ Plaza De Armas Parade in Lima, Peru. Photo by Alison Kincaid

befairbefunky: “ Colorfull people of the world ~ Plaza De Armas Parade in Lima, Peru. Photo by Alison Kincaid ”

A Q'eros elder stands in the mist wearing traditional alpaca wool clothing and embroidery. The Q'eros, a traditional Quecha people living in the Peruvian Andes,  are considered the last direct descendants of the Incas.

A Q'eros elder stands in the mist wearing traditional alpaca wool clothing and embroidery. The Q'eros, a traditional Quecha people living in the Peruvian Andes, are considered the last direct descendants of the Incas.

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Traditional bridal/festive costume from the Pirin Sandanski area (Bulgarian Macedonia). century & first half of the century. Many features of this costume are similar to the traditional bridal outfit of Türkmen villages in northeast-Anatolia.

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