Herero mother and child in Purros village in Kaokoveld region north west Namibia Africa The Herero's dress, consisting of several layers and, once married, a 'cow horn' head dress, derives from Victorian-era German missionaries who took exception to what they considered a lack of modesty among the local women..
- Carlotta Maitland-Smith
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