Markéta Podešťová

Markéta Podešťová

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Ukrainian folk style

Vinoks were traditionally seen as a symbol of purity and virginity, but they are now enjoying a comeback among Ukrainian women. Slavic workshop Treti Pivni are documenting them on social media.

Polish artists collaborated on a project where a couple of models were dressed in traditional Slavic attires, including these incredible head wreaths - an iconic part of Slavic folklore. Back in the day women wore them during religious and secular ceremonies such as marriage, funeral, festivals and one on the most important annual celebrations - Easter.

Photographer Ula Kóska and Make Up Artist Beata Bojda collaborated on this Slavic-themed photoshoot in order to highlight traditional Polish folk culture.