Tina Lavrova

Tina Lavrova

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Gerbie Santos Pabilonia, 2nd place

Runner-up – Philippines - Gerbie Santos Pabilonia, place, Philippines, National Award, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards

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A model, wearing fashion from Iraqi folklore, dances with a man in traditional clothing during celebrations in Baghdad for International Women’s Day, which commemorates annually, the achievements of economic, political and social rights of women.

A model wears fashion from Iraqi folklore during celebrations in Baghdad for International Women Day, which commemorates annually, the achievements of economic, political and social rights of women on March AFP PHOTO/AHMAD AL-RUBAYE.

Iraqi students wearing traditional Kurdish clothing in the northern Iraqi city of Irbil celebrate International Women's Day.

Iraqi students wearing traditional Kurdish clothing in the northern Iraqi city of Irbil celebrate International Women's Day.

https://flic.kr/p/8CbyAj | Hina (Henna) - Engagement | Hina (Henna) is a Jewish Yemen (also celebrated by Maroccan, Ethiopian, Iraqi Jews) ceremony that proceeds the wedding day. In this festive ceremony in which natural red dye is applied on the hands of the participants especially the bride and groom, to symbolize happiness, wealth and a successful union of the young couple. The couple dresses up in traditional garb and the family dances and sings around them.

https://flic.kr/p/8CbyAj | Hina (Henna) - Engagement | Hina (Henna) is a Jewish Yemen (also celebrated by Maroccan, Ethiopian, Iraqi Jews) ceremony that proceeds the wedding day. In this festive ceremony in which natural red dye is applied on the hands of the participants especially the bride and groom, to symbolize happiness, wealth and a successful union of the young couple. The couple dresses up in traditional garb and the family dances and sings around them.