Freja (aka Freyja) is the Norse Goddess of the Earth, Fertility and Beauty, descending from the matriarchal, agricultural Vanir clan, believed to be indigenous to Scandinavia.
Freja's fierce, independent nature and beauty came to mind this morning, writing about Givenchy's new fragrance Dahlia Noir. Givenchy creative director Riccardo Tisci loves dahlias, comparing them to his vision of beauty, danger and women. His creatures are mystical and mysterious, both male and female, strong and fragile — a vision of a modern goddess, says the Dahlia Noir website.
Granted, most of the goddesses enjoyed powerful personas. But writing about the Givenchy woman, GlamTribale's Freja Goddess collection came to mind, and also the dahlias of my dear friend, photographer Kate Scott.
Kate's erotic, deeply-sensual dahlias express the feminine strength expressed in the design of our Freja collection.
Here we see 'Opus in Red', a version of Kate Scott's spectacular black and white dahlia image chosen among the best of Vogue Italia's PhotoVogue for an exhibit opening on July 19th at Corso Como in Milan. (Read more on Anne of Carversville and see Kate Scott Photography)
GlamTribale's Freja collection reflects a woman of strength and power, the true grit Smart Sensuality woman you want in your bunker in times of danger. This woman leads with wisdom, integrity, sensuality and innovative principles inspired by nature. ~ Anne