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Furs and beads for Yakut fashionistas
For northerners, deer is not only the main mount and source of food, but also a valuable "supplier" of materials for clothing. Long since winter clothes were sewed from skins of a deer, summer clothes were made from rovugi (deerskin leather). Now traditional clothes are mostly worn either during the holidays, or combined with modern clothes.
According Evdokiya Bokova - Even poet, melodist and collector of Even folklore, not so long ago, the men's and women's clothing Evens was the same, and the difference was mainly in the number and nature of jewelry. Men's aprons were decorated modestly, women's ones were decorated with roving fringe, fur brushes, metal pendants, etc.
For the decoration of clothing and household items, the peoples of the North have long used beads. There is evidence that in pre-revolutionary Russia a whole deer was given for a small number of beads. The art of sewing beads among the indigenous peoples of the North is passed on from generation to generation. Beaded ornament in combination with cloth, leather, fur northern masters decorate clothes, boots, hats and even deer and deer sledges.
See an interesting selection of photos of national clothes of some small nations of Yakutia.