A cathedral in the Belgian city of Tournai witnessed a unique fashion show, as mannequins wore selected priestly clothes, and walked down a corridor. To display to the beat of the music.
The cathedral said it organized the unusual show as part of an effort to promote religious costumes that it says are the richest among Belgian clothing.
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side of the fashion show
The distinguished show included about 30 outfits, including ones embroidered with threads of gold and silver. Historian Michel-Amund-Jacques It is the first time in half a century that the cathedral has displayed clothing in it to the public.
For his part, Rudi Obsumé, president of the Association of Friends of Tournai Cathedral, explained that clothes are usually The cathedral rooms are kept out of the public eye.
Fashion show shots
During the show, the exhibitors presented pieces that illustrated the evolution of priestly clothing from the 17th to the 21st century to an audience of about 100..
And some clothes are dating To the fifteenth century and stored in the cathedral is so incoherent that it can not be displayed.
On the other hand, Tompkins Square Park in New York hosted the 31st annual dog parade known as Halloween Dogs, where dogs wear spooky costumes and modern trends in fashion in a parade held for dogs accompanied by their families, according to what Reuters news agency published pictures of the parade of dogs
A large number of different types of dogs in terms of shape, size, ferocity and familiarity participated in the Tompkins Square Halloween Show, which is described as the largest dog fashion show in the world, which was canceled last year due to Corona.
Thousands lined the streets to see puppies and their owners dressed up in Halloween-themed and horror frocks, and contestants competed for great prizes and meal coupons in several categories, including the cutest and most creative costumes.