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African Skullbinding
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Fashion today are positively fraught with all manner of Third World influences such as tattoos and piercings and there is no reason to suspect that fashion's dictators might one day soon decide that the elegant life is best lived with a cone-shaped cranium. The attached photo-essay is illustrated with images of the always fashion-conscious Manbetu tribe in far-off Northeastern Africa who live life large as the "African Longheads".

     


Beauty in the Congo (Click Magazine, 1938)

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