Indonesian Headdresses: The forgotten beauty
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Lampung’s gold plated Siger Pepadun from Tulang Bawang. Courtesy of Himpunan Wastraprema A head ornament. A symbol of beauty and dignity. A nod to tradition. A timeless elegance. A headdress can be all of these. A tiara, for example, will immediately transform the look of a woman as she wears it on her head, giving her a look of royalty and beauty. Without that dazzling little cro...
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