This is a partial list of the world's indigenous / aboriginal / native people.Indigenous people are "those ethnic groups that were indigenous to a territory prior to being incorporated into a national state, and who are politically and culturally separate from the majority ethnic identity of the state that they are a part of". Syrian Druze community people in the Golan Heights Israel One young man in western style clothing amongst many men in traditional clothing 1980s A woman wearing a traditional dress Syria. Traditional Lebanese Women’s Clothing. [Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Surı̈yè (Syria), Ottoman Empire] Summary (1): Christian mountain dweller of Zahlè (Zaḥlah) (2): Christian mountain dweller of Zgarta (Zgharta) and (3) Druze of Liban (Lebanon). Contributor Names | (1): Christian mountain dweller of Zahlè (Zaḥlah) (2): Christian mountain dweller of Zgarta (Zgharta) and (3) Druze of Liban (Lebanon). During the last two decades, it has become standard for young Druze women to attend university, drive to work and abandon traditional dress, as … historical clothes - Syrian woman in traditional dress stylized under miniature 17th century. “Before a Druze sheikh needed a special Syrian Abaya, made from black wool—and I brought it for him,” he told me. For instance, the Druze men of Lebanon used to wear short-sleeved shirt and long coats that fell to their knees One disappearing article of traditional dress in Lebanon is the kubran. The resulting works of art created more than jobs for immigrants; a brand was born. A Country Unravels. Use of kohl to blacken the eyelashes and to ring the eyes and the application of henna to the hair, hands and feet are very old beauty rituals. Conceived in 1954 by Ruth Dayan, Maskit made contemporary luxury clothing utilizing traditional embroidery techniques from Hungarian, Yemenite, Bulgarian, Bedouin, Palestinian, Druze, Lebanese and Jewish artisans. ... the Lebanese are very multicultural and so are their costumes. [Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Surı̈yè (Syria), Ottoman Empire] 1 photomechanical print : photogravure. The Druze community conducts conservative traditional patriarchal lifestyle (Amarani, 2010; Halabi & Shamai, 2016) (Faraj-Falah, 2016b) with a constant concern to maintain the Druze core values and tradition such as Druze religion, tradition, independence and relation to land (Falah, 2000) . Women's clothes of the Ottoman period were observed in the 'mansions' and Palace courts. Traditional Druze leaders required hand-woven material, a practice of textile making still maintained in the Jeramana neighborhood outside of Damascus. During the 'Tanzimat' and 'Meşrutiyet' period in the 19th century, the common people still keeping to their traditional clothing styles presented a great contrast with the administrators and the wealthy wearing 'redingot', jacket, waistcoat, boyunbağı (tie), 'mintan', sharp-pointed and high-heeled shoes. Traditional clothing is rather different between the urban and rural areas of Lebanon and especially among women’s clothing. The Druze women's traditional clothes consist of a blue or black peasant dress with a gauzy white head covering called a mandil and red slipper-like shoes. The Druze men's traditional clothes are divided into two groups :- The ùqqal (initiated) wear baggy pants that are tight at the ankle. The Jebel Druze women also arrange their hair in a similar fashion.