Katara Fuller
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The Ballets Russes

Shot of Michel Fokine and Tamara Karsavina in first performance of Igor Stravinsky’s The Firebird, 1910 - Ballets Russes, costumes Léon Bakst

Karakalpak//Qaraqalpaqs are Turkic speaking people, mainly living in lower reaches of Amu Darya and the souther shore of the Aral Sea in Uzbekistan

Idealized image of a Karakalpak bride wearing a sa’wkele’ with a ‘qızıl kiymeshek’ and a ‘ko’k ko’ylek’. From a poster produced by the Savitsky Museum of Art, No'kis.

Illustration of woman and man in folk costume, Hungary, circa 1930-1937 :: Blanche Payne Regional Costume Photograph and Drawing Collection

Illustration of woman and man in folk costume, Hungary, circa :: Blanche Payne Regional Costume Photograph and Drawing Collection

Headdress, Russian, 18th-19th century

Woman's holiday hat (kokoshnik) beadwork Russian, Probably century Kostroma region, Russia

Kamchatka, Russia

Eurasia: People of Kamchatka, Russia. I am amazed at the similarities to our own indigenous peoples in North America. It really lends credence to the theory that people migrated across ice bridges to North America from Siberia