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The celebration of Halloween does not originate in America but in Ireland, when this green land was dominated by the Celts. They believed that on October 31st, the spirits could wander undisturbed on the earth joining the world of living.
A celebration that fused the fear of death to the cheerful celebration for the end of the harvest of the summer season harvest. The tradition was then exported to the United States by immigrants, driven into this land by a terrible famine.
From here, more recently,  Halloween celebrations have become world-renowed. This is thanks to cinema and television, losing its religious and ritual meanings.

Today, Halloween is a chance to have fun and tonight our Atelier also participates …

and here transformism excels in every detail … to feel the mystery and magic of the most fearful night of the year running in your blood…

Photographer: Andrea Manni

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