L’Wren Scott gown for Uzume - the Japanese goddess of dawn and revelry
Tom Ford gown for Żywie - Eastern European goddess of health and healing
Elie Saab gown for Aide - Basque numenistic deity of the air. She could manifest herself in both good (gentle breeze) and evil (storm wind) forms.
Dolce & Gabbana gown for Asteria – Greek goddess of prophetic dreams, astrology and necromancy
Elie Saab gown for Creiddylad - Welsh Goddess of flowers, love
Zuhair Murad gown for Pomona – Roman goddess of orchards and gardens
Oscar de la Renta gown for Chang-O - originally a mortal woman, she became the Chinese goddess of the moon and became immortal when she drank the water of immortality that had been given to her husband.
Tanishq ensemble for Vishnu - the Hindu embodiment of mercy and goodness, the self-existent, all-pervading power that preserves the universe and maintains the cosmic order Dharma.
Sorry the blog has been a bit quiet lately, real life has kept me away from the internet.
While I’m here, there are a couple of things I want to say now that there are a good number of people following this blog.
- If I get any facts wrong regarding the deities featured, please let me know! I am in no way an expert, just someone with an interest in mythology and religion, and I want to learn more.
- If there’s a deity you would like to see featured, and they don’t appear in the directory, tell me and I’ll add them to the list.
- I have been made aware that there’s an issue with the ask box. I will try and sort that out :)