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Crowns, in themes ranging from Roman regal to bohemian, were quite literally blooming across women's heads at the weekend Afkart market in Zaitunay Bay.The adornment du jour revealed itself in the variety of gilt laurel leaves and ringlets of artificial flowers at nearly every accessories stand.Among the first jewelry makers to create costume tiaras, CERA BARR is the most memorable. She displayed her first collection, with winged headbands alluding to mythical gods and Roman laurels, more than a year ago at Artheum gallery in Karantina.Whatever the tiaras' origins, said Raife Salha Zouhairi, the creator of Raife, a different era is likely responsible for the growing popularity of casually wearing crowns. The same influences that led to the tiara trend have also given rise to warrior-themed metal accessories such as thick cuffs and stiff neckwear closer to armored gorgets than typical chain-and-pendant necklaces.
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