BoHo HoBo presents Azin, jewellery from Afghanistan

Look 1:

Outfit: BoHo HoBo- Teal Choli, Kuchi Boho skirt 3, BoHo HoBo microfibre vest with texture change menu by Trill Zapatero tp here

Jewellry: Fareiba boho hobo (bracelet, earrings and necklace) by Trill Zapatero tp here

Skin: *Glance Skins – Poly Jo (joakim.asbrink) tp here

Hair:[LeLutka]-ULA 2.0 hair

Look 2

Hair: [LeLutka]-ULA 2.0 hair

Skin: *Glance Skins – Natasha Tan – 02 by Jo (joakim.asbrink) tp here

Outfit: BoHo HoBo- Teal Choli, Kuchi Boho skirt 3, BoHo HoBo microfibre vest with texture change menu by Trill Zapatero tp here

Jewelry: Gulnaz Boho hobo (Bracelet, necklace and earrings) by Trill Zapatero tp here

Look 3:

Outfit: BoHo HoBo velvet patch top coat  by Trill Zapatero tp here

Jewelry: Arnaghan Boho hobo (earrings and necklace)  by Trill Zapatero tp here

Hair: -dDx- Urchin Hairbase – Raven Black -dDx- Lilith – Drapes (Raven Black) -dDx- Lilith – Scalp (Raven Black)

Skin:  *Glance Skins – Poly Jo (joakim.asbrink) tp here

 

 

Look 4:

Jewelry: Yakta Boho hobo (earrings, necklace and bracelet) by Trill Zapatero tp here

Outfit: BoHo HoBo Afghan style choli-all layers (aqua) by Trill Zapatero tp here

 

Skin: *Glance Skins – Isabeli – 04 – Cleavage Jo (joakim.asbrink) tp here

 

Look 5:

Jewelry: Delaram Boho Hobo by Trill Zapatero tp here

Outfit: HIMALAYALA- AFghan style Salwar Kameez (red) by Trill Zapatero tp here

Skin: *Glance Skins – Emanuela Contest – 16 Jo (joakim.asbrink) tp here

Turban: Royal Indian Turban by Antony McBury (antony.bury)

~*AZIN*~, the Dari word for jewelery and also a girl’s name, is a newly released line of jewelery from BoHo HoBo. Afghanistan, crossroads of Asia for millennia, reflects the styles of India, Persia, Mongolia and Central Asia in everything, including the art of jewelry-making.

These pixel creations emulate the styles of ethnic tribal metalworkers from all corners of Afghanistan; from the Kuchi nomads of the south to the Tekke Turkomen of the northern highlands.  Paste glass inlays, twisted metal, coins, carnelians and lapisand engraved and carved designs are some of the features of these designs.

Below are images of the newly released pieces that are available for sale at the Afghanistan Virtual Museum shop on the sim below BoHo HoBo. While you’re there, why not take a magic carpet ride as well as visit the exhibits in the museum? All proceeds from the sales of the jewelery go to RAWA, the revolutionary association of the Women of Afghanistan to provide funding for orphanages, schools and clinics.


 

 

 

 

 

 

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