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Growing up in a city festooned with Rennie Mackintosh buildings and art meant that that Art Nouveau became the sort of background aesthetic to my younger life, and there’s something I still find deeply appealing about his, and other artists of that movement.  I particularly like Alphonse Mucha.  I love how he paints women, I love the headdresses he creates:

 

I like headdresses in bellydance, and have seen some particularly beautiful ones on tribal fusion dancers.  For example, in the below Kimberly MacKoy models this gold Mucha-inspired piece created by Medina Maitreya

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I’ve been quite busy this last little while with all the usual stuff (work, teaching, etc) AND getting my final assessments for uni finished AND applying to get onto the next part of the course BUT… I have also been wrapping my head around my first commercial (private) tribal fusion performance, and have ended up with two of them, in two weeks!  Which is totally awesome 🙂

So I thought I’d share something that I’ve been enjoying recently – a duet with Rachel Brice and Mardi Love – with finger cymbals!

Kimberly MacKoy (pictured below) is a tribal fusion belly dance teacher and performer based in London.

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I found this article on, and interview with Rachel Brice. Enjoy! Tribal Power | The Japan Times Online.

And here’s a video of her’s that I’m particularly enjoying at the moment – I love her interaction with the crowd:

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