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This beautiful traditional dress and headscarf is from our new friend Noor from #Kuwait! 🇰🇼 This colorful Kuwaiti dress or “thobe” is made of different types of fabrics such as silk, cotton, wool and linen. Most of these fabrics actually come from India! The dress is often characterized by bright colors and is worn frequently during the holidays and weddings. On special occasions, young girls wear a “bokhnaq,” which is a headscarf trimmed with gold sequins and embroidery. I love all the intricate embroidery on this dress. Thank you so much Noor for sending this beautiful piece of Kuwaiti culture to our family and also for sending the custom wooden plaque of Joey’s name in arabic! The writing is so beautiful and we absolutely love it! On a side note, thank you everyone who have written to us wanting to send us traditional wear from your countries. This #JoeyWorldProject has been teaching our family so much about different cultures and traditions that we never learned at school. It's been an honor to do this and I hope this little project somehow brings the world a little closer in love and understanding. 💕

Great idea regram @lauraiz
Another addition to the #JoeyWorldProject! This beautiful #sarongkebaya (worn by the Peranakan in Singapore) was gifted to us by one of our fans from #Singapore 🇸🇬 Thank you so much Eve! 😘I must one day visit this beautiful island-city-country (They are all three!) and try their famous chicken rice. I'm so in love with this dress. So amazed at how colorful and intricate the embroidery is. Love that it's very bright and floral too. 🌺🌼🌸 Anyone here from Singapore? 😊
SIDE NOTE: After reading your comments, I felt I should write this. Yes, the kebaya is also worn in Indonesia, Malaysia and some other countries but because Singapore is a nation of many diverse races and cultures (and because there is not one specific national outfit), this kebaya can also represent Singapore. I will definitely do the other countries (if we receive the outfits!) but let's please remain respectful for Singapore as that was the intent for this project. Thank you! 😘💕

In love with this adorable baby conquering the world in her sleep. #Russia #JoeyWorldProject #sarafan

Insanely in love with this! Thanks @lauraiz for let Guatemala to be part of the #JoeyWorldProject, I really love how you appreciate those things that we daily don't. 🇬🇹

Bom dia com a fofura Joey Marie Choi. Filha de fotógrafa, ela ganhou uma galeria só pra si no perfil da mum, @lauraiz, Laura Izumikawa. Como vc não pode apertá-la, siga! 😊❤ #NDama #baby #cuteness #joeyworldproject

#lauraiz #joeyworldproject #loveandpeace❤🇦🇱🇽🇰🇫🇷

🙋 I'm so excited to share this with all of you. Laura Izumikawa @lauraiz, an American photograher (and Internet sensation ☺) has been making some amazing, creative and fun outfits for her little daughter since Joey was just a few months old. Recently, Laura has started a #JoeyWorldProject. She has asked to send her traditional costumes for Joey from all around the world. I'm excited to become a part of this wonderful project! I sent Laura our traditional Ukrainian costume. Now the photo is up :) I'm very happy to represent Ukraine and help bring a part of our tradition to everyone in such a fun and adorable way 😍 Thank you Laura 💕

They made heels 👠 for babies now 🤣😬 #babyshoes #babyfashion #spanishnationalcostume #joeyworldproject 📷 @lauraiz

#Reposting @lauraiz with @instarepost_app -- Happy Lunar New Year! 🐓🏮🎉 Thank you YOLO aunties for this beautiful Vietnamese #aodai 🇻🇳 #JoeyWorldProject #Vietnam #TetViet

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In love with this adorable baby conquering the world in her sleep. #Russia #JoeyWorldProject #sarafan

Вже давно слідкую за цією чудовою інстамамою та її донечкою Джої. Перше, що мене вражало, як ця мацьопа чемно спить. Бо саме в цей момент мама її переодягала і фотографувала в різних образах. Просто з Мел би я такого не могла влаштувати, в нас історія зі сном інакша. А далі випадково побачила в сторізах, що вони запускають проект з серією знімків в національних костюмах. Я точно знала, що хочу відправити їм наше українське вбрання, відразу написала Лаурі і попросила адресу. Правда дууууже довго вибирала вишиванку. Хотілося дитячу, з ручною вишивкою, не банальну, але красиву. Замовила віночок в чудесної @olya_dobrojump_art & @rozmarin.crowns і результат перевершив всі мої очікування. І зараз бачу фото і милуюся тим маленьким сонечком.
@lauraiz thank you for this great project! Best wishes from Ukraine 🇺🇦 #Repost @lauraiz ・・・
Today’s #JoeyWorldProject costume was sent from our new friends Alona and Melania from #Ukraine. 🇺🇦 This makes the second costume from Ukraine! It is a little different from the other Ukrainian dress that Joey wore previously This one has a floral wreath or vinok on her head which Alona wrote symbolizes the sun which rises as well as happiness, peace, power, chastity, youth, glory and holiness. It is often made up of an assortment of flowers, leaves, fruits, and even twigs. I found out something new about the #vyshyvanka (embroidered top). History shows that the vyshyvanka was used as a talisman to protect the person wearing it and also to tell a story. Embroidery was used in vulnerable places on the garment where evil spirits could potentially enter the body: along the neckline, cuffs, shoulders, back and hem. The skirt-like belt that Joey is wearing is called a zapaska and it was a symbol of fertility for girls. Love that each country has various types of traditional wear. Thank you so much Alona for sending this beautiful outfit our way!

Today’s #JoeyWorldProject costume was sent from our new friends Alona and Melania from #Ukraine. 🇺🇦 This makes the second costume from Ukraine! It is a little different from the other Ukrainian dress that Joey wore previously This one has a floral wreath or vinok on her head which Alona wrote symbolizes the sun which rises as well as happiness, peace, power, chastity, youth, glory and holiness. It is often made up of an assortment of flowers, leaves, fruits, and even twigs. I found out something new about the #vyshyvanka (embroidered top). History shows that the vyshyvanka was used as a talisman to protect the person wearing it and also to tell a story. Embroidery was used in vulnerable places on the garment where evil spirits could potentially enter the body: along the neckline, cuffs, shoulders, back and hem. The skirt-like belt that Joey is wearing is called a zapaska and it was a symbol of fertility for girls. Love that each country has various types of traditional wear. Thank you so much Alona for sending this beautiful outfit our way!

Baby Joey's outfit from the other day was so cute! 💕 I wonder if @lauraiz bought the hat, haha!
This is a first time I drew a 1 year old 😊 and it's rare for me to post a drawing the same day I made it (I think). 😝



#babyjoey #baby #drawing #myart #art #fanart #watercolor #watercolors #cute #washitape #flower #joeyizone #joeyworldproject #babyart #sakura #koi #daiso #sketch #calligraphy #lettering

This beautiful traditional dress and headscarf is from our new friend Noor from #Kuwait! 🇰🇼 This colorful Kuwaiti dress or “thobe” is made of different types of fabrics such as silk, cotton, wool and linen. Most of these fabrics actually come from India! The dress is often characterized by bright colors and is worn frequently during the holidays and weddings. On special occasions, young girls wear a “bokhnaq,” which is a headscarf trimmed with gold sequins and embroidery. I love all the intricate embroidery on this dress. Thank you so much Noor for sending this beautiful piece of Kuwaiti culture to our family and also for sending the custom wooden plaque of Joey’s name in arabic! The writing is so beautiful and we absolutely love it! On a side note, thank you everyone who have written to us wanting to send us traditional wear from your countries. This #JoeyWorldProject has been teaching our family so much about different cultures and traditions that we never learned at school. It's been an honor to do this and I hope this little project somehow brings the world a little closer in love and understanding. 💕

🇸🇻 all the way !!!
@Regrann from @lauraiz - Today’s #JoeyWorldProject comes all the way from El Salvador 🇸🇻 from our new friends Enrique, Anna, Fernanda, Mateo and Lucas! Thank you so much for this precious gift! It was such a delight to open up this dress and see it move and sway like a blossoming flower! Most women wear their hair in pigtails in this traditional dress but I wasn’t able to get the braids done for this look as the wig is sort of hard to braid tightly. Hope that it still looks ok! There are various traditional costumes in El Salvador but this one is a typical version you would see in festivals and special performances. It is made up of a cotton blouse with short sleeves and simple decorations while the skirt is long and flounced. Colorful aprons are another common addition and sometimes a head scarf is worn. Joey and I spent some time watching traditional Salvadoran dancing on YouTube together and we were both mesmerized at how beautifully the skirts moved and spun around with the dancers. I’m so happy I can share with Joey pieces of different world culture, eating different foods (pupusas!) and am looking forward to possibly traveling with her to see these beautiful countries in person. #ElSalvador is definitely on my list! - #regrann #salvipride

I've been following @lauraiz for several months now, and as much as I enjoy the photos of Baby Joey impersonating celebs/characters/athletes (in her sleep), I love the #joeyworldproject photos even more! I was so happy to see that El Salvador was represented today. I don't personally know Joey or her witty mommy Laura (seriously, her puns are the best), but I have a special place in my heart for them both. Muchas gracias por el lindo tributo a mi país. #elsalvador ❤️🇸🇻❤️

Ver las fotos de Joey se ha convertido en un pasatiempo que comparto con mis hijos. Un día de marzo le escribí a su mamá, @lauraiz, y le pregunté si ya tenía el vestido tradicional de #ElSalvador. Cuando me contestó que no, fui directo al mercado de artesanías a comprárselo.
Es emocionante verle puesto el vestido que con tanto cariño le escogimos, pero SÚPER emocionante es saber que su más de medio millón de seguidores ahora sabe que nuestro paisito existe.
Hagamos y SEAMOS país donde quiera que vayamos. Recordémosle al mundo que somos más que malas noticias. Estemos orgullosos de ser Salvadoreños. Veamos más allá de nuestros límites.
Somos un país pequeño con un tremendo potencial, no lo desperdiciemos.
❤️🇸🇻
#JoeyWorldProject #SalviPride #ElSalvadorImpresionante #SmallVictories

@Regrann from @lauraiz - Today’s #JoeyWorldProject comes all the way from El Salvador 🇸🇻 from our new friends Enrique, Anna, Fernanda, Mateo and Lucas! Thank you so much for this precious gift! It was such a delight to open up this dress and see it move and sway like a blossoming flower! Most women wear their hair in pigtails in this traditional dress but I wasn’t able to get the braids done for this look as the wig is sort of hard to braid tightly. Hope that it still looks ok! There are various traditional costumes in El Salvador but this one is a typical version you would see in festivals and special performances. It is made up of a cotton blouse with short sleeves and simple decorations while the skirt is long and flounced. Colorful aprons are another common addition and sometimes a head scarf is worn. Joey and I spent some time watching traditional Salvadoran dancing on YouTube together and we were both mesmerized at how beautifully the skirts moved and spun around with the dancers. I’m so happy I can share with Joey pieces of different world culture, eating different foods (pupusas!) and am looking forward to possibly traveling with her to see these beautiful countries in person. #ElSalvador is definitely on my list! - #regrann

I love this! #joeyworldproject #elsalvador 🇸🇻🇸🇻🇸🇻

Today’s #JoeyWorldProject comes all the way from El Salvador 🇸🇻 from our new friends Enrique, Anna, Fernanda, Mateo and Lucas! Thank you so much for this precious gift! It was such a delight to open up this dress and see it move and sway like a blossoming flower! Most women wear their hair in pigtails in this traditional dress but I wasn’t able to get the braids done for this look as the wig is sort of hard to braid tightly. Hope that it still looks ok! There are various traditional costumes in El Salvador but this one is a typical version you would see in festivals and special performances. It is made up of a cotton blouse with short sleeves and simple decorations while the skirt is long and flounced. Colorful aprons are another common addition and sometimes a head scarf is worn. Joey and I spent some time watching traditional Salvadoran dancing on YouTube together and we were both mesmerized at how beautifully the skirts moved and spun around with the dancers. I’m so happy I can share with Joey pieces of different world culture, eating different foods (pupusas!) and am looking forward to possibly traveling with her to see these beautiful countries in person. #ElSalvador is definitely on my list!

A piece dedicated to @lauraiz and her baby Joey. We believe every motherhood is precious, every day seeing a child growth and became a child's whole world🌎✨ sometimes, it is an ordeal and a blessing at the same time. Mrs Laura Izumikawa has creatively cope with her baby, even making their own project - #Joeyworldproject which is so creative and delightful 😂

#Repost @lauraiz (@get_repost)
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Today’s #JoeyWorldProject comes all the way from #Pakistan 🇵🇰 from our amazing new friend Maria who runs an non-profit org called Women’s Digital League (@wdl_pk) which seeks to empower Pakistani women by training and connecting them to online work. Maria wrote to me that they promote economic empowerment for women this way as "it’s really difficult for women in Pakistan to go outside to work." “Through the Joey World Project,” she wrote, "I’d like to bring a softer image of Pakistan and show a new side of Pakistani women achieving amazing things.” She also wrote that she didn’t want publicity for herself or for WDL but that she just wanted to send this dress simply to do it for her fellow #Pakistani women…but I just can’t help but share about her and her incredible work as it inspires me deeply! Thank you Maria and WDL for all you’re doing every day. It’s people like you who stirs my heart and gives me hope! This gorgeous #shalwarkameez is a version of the national dress of Pakistan and was custom-designed for Joey by Pakistani designer Sana Arif @seap.bysanaarif. Can I just say, WOW! This dress was made in pure silk and chiffon with adda and gotta embellishments. Gotta is a gold or silver ribbon that’s used in traditional dresses from the subcontinent including countries such as India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Adda got its name from the huge wooden embroidery frames that the cloth is fitted on and combinations of beads, sequins, diamantes, silk thread and mirrors are designed upon. The ring-toed slippers are called #kolhapuri and they go back to the 13th century and have made a come-back in Pakistan with designers giving them a more modern look. I believe the scarf is worn more often on the shoulder but I decided to photograph Joey with the scarf on her head because I wanted to showcase just how beautiful the scarf is. What a stunning piece of art this outfit is! I just want to frame it and hang it in our home! Thank you so much Maria and Sana for this precious treasure. You have no idea what this means to our family. 💕

Via @jendotcohen #Repost @lauraiz
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Today’s #JoeyWorldProject dress comes from our new friend Natalie who is an Ohio native but now teaches in St. Petersburg, #Russia. 🇷🇺 She was so gracious to bring us this #sarafan from Russia. The sarafan is a long, trapezoidal traditional jumper dress that was worn as early as the 1400s in Russia! Most commonly they were ankle-length sleeveless summer dress on straps worn over a white undershirt with sleeves. If you look at #matryoshka dolls, traditionally the outer layer is a woman wearing a sarafan. Joey here is also wearing a beautiful #kokoshnik, a headdress worn to accompany the sarafan. It was primarily worn in the northern regions of Russia in the 16th to 19th centuries. The crest can be embroidered with pearls, gold work or simple appliqué, usually using plant and flower motifs. Fun fact: one of the costumes #PadméAmidala wore in Star Wars (the Gold Travel Costume) was inspired by the traditional Russian dress and the kokoshnik! Anybody remember it? By the way, isn’t it amazing how all of these countries' traditional wear are so unique from each other? It’s really fascinating that these costumes have lasted so many generations till even today. Thank you so much Natalie for gifting us this beautiful piece of Russian history. Hope we can meet next time you make it out to Los Angeles again! 😘

Via @jendotcohen #Repost @lauraiz
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Today’s #JoeyWorldProject comes all the way from #CostaRica 🇨🇷 from our new friend Dana who lives in San Jose, Costa Rica. Costa Rica is made up of seven different provinces: San Jose, Cartago, Alajuela, Heredia, Guanacaste, Puntarenas, and Limon. Each province has its own unique variation of the traditional costumes for men and women. This particular dress was custom designed and made for Joey from a store called Tienda Paco in Guanacaste where Dana’s mother’s family is originally from. It has a ruffled blouse with a flowery shiny skirt (gola) that goes to the ankles. The skirt usually comes in very bright colors. The hair is typically worn in a braid with a flower. These outfits are usually worn at festivities, dances, cultural events and celebrations. I can just imagine how beautifully these skirts move when the women wear them to dance! Thank you so much Dana and Tienda Paco for gifting us this stunning dress. This skirt is EVERYTHING! The book about your national parks gave me a glimpse of how gorgeous Costa Rica and I’m so grateful to have it in our home library. I have many friends who visited Costa Rica and came back saying only the best things about this country so I’m excited to visit one day especially to see the outdoors and of course to try the famous coffee there. One of my favorite coffee shops here in Los Angeles area is @copa_vida who gets their coffee beans from Costa Rica so I’m already familiar with how delicious the coffee is…but still. I’ve got to get to Costa Rica one day soon and try it for myself! #puravida

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