Re: [Slovak-World] Shorty shirts
- You can tell that this was his first time drinking slivovica. There is something strangely scary in those photos- but the first one also seems to remind me of Liptov and Orava as well- with that sirak that he is wearing...
How do these designers generate income again?
From: votrubam <votrubam@...>
Sent: Tue, February 2, 2010 12:01:37 PM
Subject: [Slovak-World] Shorty shirts
> man's costume, it says "A short shirt scarcely covers hisAfter Detva and Podhale, it's popped up in Paris. A report says that the French fashion designer, Romain Kremer, was inspired by his visit to a folk festival in Slovakia:
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- Somewhere in this thread "goral" mountaineers hats are mentioned. Just recently through a Facebook Friend in Slovakia I got myself one of these black hats decorated with shells, imitation shells of course. The hat was medium price and cost 20 Euros plus only 7 Euros to mail and it came within 6 days. These hats as well as "bavarian" hats can cost four or five times as much here. I will be wearing it with my embroidered Rusyn shirt on the last day of skiing here when everyone wears "costumes on the slopes.