Striking portraits of representatives of the tribes of the north of VietnamBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/striking-portraits-of-representatives-of-the-tribes-of-the-north-of-vietnam
French photographer Rean took his pictures while traveling through the mountainous terrain of North Vietnam. There are many different tribes living there, each of which has its own national dress and its own unique language.
A woman of the Dao tribe — in a red hat, with an indigo—dyed hand - she was making a traditional costume.
Portrait of a resident of the village of Dien Bien Phu.
A Hmong woman styles her hair in the village of Sapa.
Bao Lak, North Vietnam.
Children eat in a house in the village of Bak Ha.
A woman of the Ha Nhi tribe.
Portrait of a resident of the village of Bach Ha.
A Hmong woman weaves traditional clothes.
The indigo-colored hand of a resident of the village of Sapa.
A Hmong woman makes traditional clothes.
A child in the village of Bak Ha.
Portrait of a resident of the village of Sapa.
Xin Th Huong, 27, lives in a remote village in northern Vietnam. The photographer says: "She told me that she only wears such a suit on special occasions. To put it on yourself, you need to spend almost half an hour."
A little resident of the village of Sapa.
Children in Quang Ba.
Sapa, North Vietnam.
A child in Quang Ba.
Mountains of North Vietnam.
Women's hands in indigo, which are used to dye clothes. Each tribe has its own colored traditional clothes, and everything is painted by hand.
Each tribe has its own pattern on the fabric and a set of colors. Portrait of a child in Sapa.
Rubs a resident of Dong Wan.
Dong Van, North Vietnam.
A young resident of Bao Lak.
A resident of the village of Dien Bien Phu.
Girl in Bao Lak.