The Duchess was presented with the brown and black headdress
by Nthabiseng Dibakoane, a local businesswoman who specialises in hand-made bags, hats, shoes and ethnic dresses.
Rita has since found the photographs of herself in her bridesmaid's dress and, for old time's sake, even dug out the headdress
The ministry spokesman pointed out that over "95 percent of female students in Gaza wear the headdress
already," adding that the school uniform issue "will not affect relations between the ministry and students."
A tribal ceremonial headdress
, possibly West African, was among the more unusual pieces and sold for pounds 400.
Prestatyn-based Halo & Co scooped the national accolade for Best Headdress
Designer at the Wedding Industry Awards in Harrogate.
Phillip Treacy at House of Fraser has some great styles, and try hatsandthat.com for a wide range of headdresses
at great prices.
Lanyard, $9, HeadDress
. Wrist cuffs, $7 per pair, dcshoes.com.
Cher in an Erte-esque headdress
on Oscar night is hysterical.
It shimmers on the woman's white headdress
, glimmers on the copper of the jug and ewer, gleams with ineffable softness on the walls.
Included in the exhibition, which runs until May 29, is a suit made from coconut bark and a native American headdress
fashioned from dried chillies.
1) Tania Salter, a school friend of Edward, wore a headdress
with feathers flying high above her head.
Shown at left in an eerie mug shot, she wore a fancy feather headdress
and was wrapped in woven material.