Saturday, 15 February 2014

Hmong and neons!

Valentine’s day is all about love, and i celebrated it with my first love, Fashion. When I first saw this bag in Thailand , I instantly fell in love.  It’s a Hmong embroidery bag. Let me tell u more about it.

Hmong textile art aka Paj ntau or Paj ntaub, or "flower cloth" in the Hmong language; sometimes transliterated as pa ntau, consists of textile arts traditionally practiced by Hmong people. Closely related to practices of other ethnic minorities in China, the embroidery consists of bold geometric designs often realised in bright, contrasting colors. Different patterns and techniques of production are associated with geographical regions and cultural subdivisions within the global Hmong community.

It’s so great that each region of this world has such amazing accessories. All that we need to do is have an eye for the same. 

Bag :  #National gems gallery, Thailand
Coat : Neon Pink Tweed coat, Customised from a local shop
Neon pink Top and white Jeans : #zara
Wedges: #Aldo
With Love,
For #teenvogue , #teen-vogue

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