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FRANCE/
RTX11L2R
July 12, 2013
An employee displays the label of Le Slip Francais men's underwear on a sample in a workshop of the Moulin...
SAINT-ANTOINE-CUMOND, France
An employee displays the label of Le Slip Francais men's underwear on a sample in a workshop of the Moulin...
An employee displays the label of Le Slip Francais men's underwear on a sample in a workshop of the Moulin Neuf textile company in Saint-Antoine-Cumond, southwestern France, July 11, 2013. Le Slip Francais, an e-commerce brand founded in 2011 by 27-year-old French designer Guillaume Gibault, offers a "100 percent Made-in-France" contemporary version of traditional French underwear. Picture taken July 11, 2013. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY FASHION TEXTILE)
FRANCE/
RTX11L1W
July 12, 2013
Le Slip Francais underwear company labels are displayed on samples in a workshop of the Moulin Neuf textile...
SAINT-ANTOINE-CUMOND, France
Le Slip Francais underwear company labels are displayed on samples in a workshop of the Moulin Neuf textile...
Le Slip Francais underwear company labels are displayed on samples in a workshop of the Moulin Neuf textile company in Saint-Antoine-Cumond, southwestern France, July 11, 2013. Le Slip Francais, an e-commerce brand founded in 2011 by 27-year-old French designer Guillaume Gibault, offers a "100 percent Made-in-France" contemporary version of traditional French underwear. Picture taken July 11, 2013. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY FASHION TEXTILE)
FRANCE/
RTX11KXB
July 12, 2013
An employee works on a Repetto's pointe shoe for ballet dancers at the production workshop in the factory...
SAINT-MEDARD D'EXCIDEUIL, France
An employee works on a Repetto's pointe shoe for ballet dancers at the production workshop in the factory...
An employee works on a Repetto's pointe shoe for ballet dancers at the production workshop in the factory in Saint-Medard d'Excideuil, southwestern France, July 11, 2013. In 1947, Rose Repetto created her first ballet shoes in a workshop next to the Opera Garnier in Paris, on the advice of her son dancer Roland Petit. French shoe brand Repetto produces its ballerina slippers for non-dancers and pointe shoes for ballet dancers in Saint-Medard-d'Excideuil, a village in the scenic Dordogne region. The supple shoes, 100 percent made in France, are still made using a "stitch and return" backstitch technique with high-quality workmanship and skill. Picture taken July 11, 2013. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS FASHION)
FRANCE/
RTX11KX1
July 12, 2013
Repetto's pointe shoes for ballet dancers are seen at the production workshop in the factory in Saint-Medard...
SAINT-MEDARD D'EXCIDEUIL, France
Repetto's pointe shoes for ballet dancers are seen at the production workshop in the factory in Saint-Medard...
Repetto's pointe shoes for ballet dancers are seen at the production workshop in the factory in Saint-Medard d'Excideuil, southwestern France, July 11, 2013. In 1947, Rose Repetto created her first ballet shoes in a workshop next to the Opera Garnier in Paris, on the advice of her son dancer Roland Petit. French shoe brand Repetto produces its ballerina slippers for non-dancers and pointe shoes for ballet dancers in Saint-Medard-d'Excideuil, a village in the scenic Dordogne region. The supple shoes, 100 percent made in France, are still made using a "stitch and return" backstitch technique with high-quality workmanship and skill. Picture taken July 11, 2013. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS FASHION)
FRANCE/
RTXVXKT
December 21, 2010
An employee makes French berets in the factory of the firm Beatex in Oloron Sainte Marie in the Bearn...
OLORON SAINTE MARIE, France
An employee makes French berets in the factory of the firm Beatex in Oloron Sainte Marie in the Bearn...
An employee makes French berets in the factory of the firm Beatex in Oloron Sainte Marie in the Bearn region, southwestern France, December 20, 2010. The French Basque style beret, which was industrialized in the nineteenth century, and became a popular image and symbol of France, is now associated with military, police and special forces units throughout the world. Picture taken December 20, 2010. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY FASHION)
FRANCE/
RTXVXKP
December 21, 2010
French berets are seen in the factory of the firm Beatex in Oloron Sainte Marie in the Bearn region,...
OLORON SAINTE MARIE, France
French berets are seen in the factory of the firm Beatex in Oloron Sainte Marie in the Bearn region
French berets are seen in the factory of the firm Beatex in Oloron Sainte Marie in the Bearn region, southwestern France, December 20, 2010. The French Basque style beret, which was industrialized in the nineteenth century, and became a popular image and symbol of France, is now associated with military, police and special forces units throughout the world. Picture taken December 20, 2010. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY FASHION)
FRANCE/
RTXVXKE
December 21, 2010
An employee makes French berets in the factory of the firm Beatex in Oloron Sainte Marie in the Bearn...
OLORON SAINTE MARIE, France
An employee makes French berets in the factory of the firm Beatex in Oloron Sainte Marie in the Bearn...
An employee makes French berets in the factory of the firm Beatex in Oloron Sainte Marie in the Bearn region, southwestern France, December 20, 2010. The French Basque style beret, which was industrialized in the nineteenth century, and became a popular image and symbol of France, is now associated with military, police and special forces units throughout the world. Picture taken December 20, 2010. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY FASHION)
FRANCE/
RTXVXK7
December 21, 2010
An employee makes French berets in the factory of the firm Beatex in Oloron Sainte Marie in the Bearn...
OLORON SAINTE MARIE, France
An employee makes French berets in the factory of the firm Beatex in Oloron Sainte Marie in the Bearn...
An employee makes French berets in the factory of the firm Beatex in Oloron Sainte Marie in the Bearn region, southwestern France, December 20, 2010. The French Basque style beret, which was industrialized in the nineteenth century, and became a popular image and symbol of France, is now associated with military, police and special forces units throughout the world. Picture taken December 20, 2010. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY FASHION)
CHINA/BRONZES
RTXCKC8
March 10, 2009
Christie's auctions a bronze rat head made for the Zodiac fountain of the Emperor Qianlong's Summer Palace...
Paris, France
To match feature CHINA/BRONZES
Christie's auctions a bronze rat head made for the Zodiac fountain of the Emperor Qianlong's Summer Palace in China from the private art collection of late French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent at the Grand Palais Museum in Paris in this February 25, 2009 file photo. The heated row over Christie's sale of looted Chinese bronze animal heads in Paris is being closely watched by key art market players for possible signs of a broader fallout. Since Christie's ignored protests from Beijing and last month auctioned off a pair of bronze rat and rabbit heads which were stolen from the Old Summer Palace in 1860, Chinese authorities have slapped strict checks on all future imports and exports by Christie's, making it potentially more difficult to source top relics. To match feature CHINA/BRONZES REUTERS/Regis Duvignau/Files (FRANCE SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
CHINA/BRONZES
RTXCKC7
March 10, 2009
Christie's auctions a bronze rabbit head made for the Zodiac fountain of the Emperor Qianlong's Summer...
Paris, France
To match feature CHINA/BRONZES
Christie's auctions a bronze rabbit head made for the Zodiac fountain of the Emperor Qianlong's Summer Palace in China from the private art collection of late French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent at the Grand Palais Museum in Paris in this February 25, 2009 file photo. The heated row over Christie's sale of looted Chinese bronze animal heads in Paris is being closely watched by key art market players for possible signs of a broader fallout. Since Christie's ignored protests from Beijing and last month auctioned off a pair of bronze rat and rabbit heads which were stolen from the Old Summer Palace in 1860, Chinese authorities have slapped strict checks on all future imports and exports by Christie's, making it potentially more difficult to source top relics. To match feature CHINA/BRONZES REUTERS/Regis Duvignau/Files (FRANCE ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
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