Caribbean Papa Folklore: 2/2/2013 "Mama Glow" or "Mama Dlo" or "Mama Dglo" whose name is derived from the French "maman de l' eau" which means "mother of the water" is one of the lesser known personalities of Trinidad and Tobago folklore. A half woman, half snake with long flowing hairwhich she combs constantly. Her upper torso is a naked, beautiful woman, the lower part coils into a large form of an anaconda snake that is hidden beneath the water.
Daxa-<p>Fluid silk charmeuse and minimalist architectural seams sculpt Daxa’s bewitching shape. Art Deco-inspired crystal details at the shoulder frame a plunging back cowl and V-neckline. A sleek bias-cut falls from the empire seam and flows into a lush circle skirt, perfecting this gown’s impression of refined glamour.</p>