As we visit many different cultures around the world, we begin to see connections across many cultures. You can see more of our cultural connections here.
The flower head fashion has been around for years and adorned by many different cultures.
1: Japanese geisha’s often wear flowers in their hair.
Tea visited Japan for our Fall 2009 Collection.
2: While, I am unaware of any tradition around wearing flowers in your hair in Korea, it certainly seems to be a popular trend in Korean Vogue. (see more images from Vogue Korea and Vogue Girl Korea on our Pinterest board)
Tea visited Korea for our Spring 2010 Collection.
3. Brazilian, Carmen Miranda adorned her turbans with fruit and flowers.
Tea visited Brazil for our Spring 2009 Collection.
4: In Mexico, women wear flowers in their hair for special occasions and celebrations. Here is an image of our style muse Frida Kahlo, who is always pictured with flowers in her hair.
Tea visited Mexico for our Fall 2011 Collection.
5. Traditional women in Hungary wear flower headpieces on their wedding day. Hungarian dancers also wear floral headpieces.
Tea visited Hungary for our Fall 2010 Collection.
6. In Bali, legong dancers wear floral head pieces. It is common to see Balinese women wearing flowers in their hair.
Tea visited Bali for our Spring 2012 Collection.
7: In Spain, Flamenco dancers often wear flowers in their hair.
Tea visited Spain for our Spring 2011 Collection.
8. Peruvian women wear Monteras, traditional hats. Modern day women often buy the hats at the market and decorate themselves with flowers.
Tea’s Fall 2007 collection was inspired by Peru.
Do you know any traditions around wearing flowers in your hair?