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Bedouina. Or the modern female utopia.

Bedouina. Or the modern female utopia.

With her photo series "Bedouina", Munich photographer Jasmin Breidenbach takes us on a trip to the Sahara. Fascinating nature meets female fair fashion brands. It is time to protect the beauty of our planet and revolutionize the fashion industry. Let us make this utopia our future.

The desert nomads are called Bedouins. They are desert dwellers. Camel herders. They sleep in tents and move with the seasons. They live a life of freedom and simplicity. Their society is patriarchal.

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All clothing and accessories in this editorial come from female and sustainable fair fashion labels.

 

Bedouina

O-jacket from the Maxi Over collection from AA Gold, aagold.de

Cashmere pants Verena von Eschenbach, verena-von-eschenbach.com

Bedouina
Bedouina
Bedouina

Dress by Mykke Hofmann, mykkehofmann.com

Sandals from JuteLaune, jutelaune.com

Earrings by Moonset, moonsetdesign.com

Bedouina is the female modern utopia. A strong, independent nomad looking for freedom, connection to Mother Earth and the magic of the Sahara.

Bedouina
Bedouina

Dress by Mykke Hofmann, mykkehofmann.com

Bedouina

Pants and shirt from Phil & Lui Organic Clothing, phil-and-lui.de

The Bedouina lives simply and sustainably, just like her ancestors. And in the end she becomes one with nature.

Bedouina

Dress by Mykke Hofmann, mykkehofmann.com

Sandals from JuteLaune, jutelaune.com

The photographer

Jasmin Breidenbach is a photographer with German-Moroccan roots. She describes herself as a visual storyteller. In her work, the Munich-based artist campaigns for sustainability, feminism, diversity and a more conscious approach to our  complete world. Her pictures are often about women and their role in this world, such as the project ‘Live with Love. Promise ‘, which was awarded the German Photo Book Prize and portrays the life of women in a spiritual community in India.