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USA-GUNS/FASHION
RTX6TGLH
April 28, 2019
A woman models an Original Dene Adams Concealed Carry Corset during the "Fashion & Firearms" concealed...
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES
A woman models an Original Dene Adams Concealed Carry Corset during the "Fashion & Firearms" concealed...
A woman models an Original Dene Adams Concealed Carry Corset during the "Fashion & Firearms" concealed carry fashion show at the National Rifle Association (NRA) annual meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S., April 27, 2019. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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Oktoberfest in Munich
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USA-GUNS/NRA
RTS1Q5LI
May 06, 2018
A corset designed for concealing firearms is displayed at the booth of Femme Fatale during the annual...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
A corset designed for concealing firearms is displayed at the booth of Femme Fatale during the annual...
A corset designed for concealing firearms is displayed at the booth of Femme Fatale during the annual National Rifle Association (NRA) convention in Dallas, Texas, U.S., May 6, 2018. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
USA-GUNS/NRA
RTS1Q5LG
May 06, 2018
A corset designed for concealing firearms is displayed at the booth of Femme Fatale during the annual...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
A corset designed for concealing firearms is displayed at the booth of Femme Fatale during the annual...
A corset designed for concealing firearms is displayed at the booth of Femme Fatale during the annual National Rifle Association (NRA) convention in Dallas, Texas, U.S., May 6, 2018. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
MEXICO-ART/KAHLO
RTX3ADR2
July 06, 2017
Frida Kahlo's plaster corsets are pictured at Kahlo's Museum known as Casa Azul or Blue House during...
Mexico City, Mexico
Frida Kahlo's plaster corsets are pictured at Kahlo's Museum known as Casa Azul or Blue House during...
Frida Kahlo's plaster corsets are pictured at Kahlo's Museum known as Casa Azul or Blue House during the 110th anniversary of Kahlo's birth in Mexico City, Mexico July 6, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
COSTARICA-CULTURE/
RTX1F6L3
June 05, 2015
Adriana Barahona, known as " Madame Barocle," adjusts her corset at her house in Heredia, Costa Rica...
Heredia, Costa Rica
Barahona adjusts her corset at her house in Heredia
Adriana Barahona, known as " Madame Barocle," adjusts her corset at her house in Heredia, Costa Rica June 4, 2015. Barahona says she has been passionate about clothing from the era of Britain's Queen Victoria (1837-1901), and has been making and wearing them since the age of 15. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
FASHION-BRITAIN/EMPOWERMENT
RTR4DA48
November 07, 2014
An Edwardian basket cage corset from 1902 is displayed in the "Women Fashion Power exhibition at the...
London, United Kingdom
An Edwardian basket cage corset from 1902 is displayed in the "Women Fashion Power exhibition at the...
An Edwardian basket cage corset from 1902 is displayed in the "Women Fashion Power exhibition at the Design Museum in London November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT FASHION SOCIETY)
TURKEY-GENTRIFICATION/
RTR4BZMB
October 29, 2014
Ilya Avramoglu talks at his apparel shop in central Istanbul September 12, 2014. Business is brisk at...
Istanbul, Turkey
Ilya Avramoglu talks at his apparel shop in central Istanbul
Ilya Avramoglu talks at his apparel shop in central Istanbul September 12, 2014. Business is brisk at Ilya Avramoglu's 78-year-old apparel shop, one of the last minority-owned establishments on historic Istiklal Avenue, but a new law pushing gentrification may soon force its closure. Run by three generations of a Jewish family, the wood-paneled Kelebek Corset Shop, little changed since the 1930s, survived a racist mob that attacked non-Muslims a half-century ago, the subsequent decades of decline and a recent economic rebirth by keeping up with what women wear underneath. Now it is an unlikely front in Istanbul's gentrification battles that have fuelled social protest and polarised the public about Turkey's economic future. Picture taken September 12, 2014. To match TURKEY-GENTRIFICATION/ REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
TURKEY-GENTRIFICATION/
RTR4BZM9
October 29, 2014
Ilya Avramoglu talks on the phone at his apparel shop in central Istanbul September 12, 2014. Business...
Istanbul, Turkey
Ilya Avramoglu talks on the phone at his apparel shop in central Istanbul
Ilya Avramoglu talks on the phone at his apparel shop in central Istanbul September 12, 2014. Business is brisk at Ilya Avramoglu's 78-year-old apparel shop, one of the last minority-owned establishments on historic Istiklal Avenue, but a new law pushing gentrification may soon force its closure. Run by three generations of a Jewish family, the wood-paneled Kelebek Corset Shop, little changed since the 1930s, survived a racist mob that attacked non-Muslims a half-century ago, the subsequent decades of decline and a recent economic rebirth by keeping up with what women wear underneath. Now it is an unlikely front in Istanbul's gentrification battles that have fuelled social protest and polarised the public about Turkey's economic future. Picture taken September 12, 2014. To match TURKEY-GENTRIFICATION/ REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
TURKEY-GENTRIFICATION/
RTR4BZM8
October 29, 2014
Ilya Avramoglu stands inside his apparel shop in central Istanbul September 12, 2014. Business is brisk...
Istanbul, Turkey
Ilya Avramoglu stands inside his apparel shop in central Istanbul
Ilya Avramoglu stands inside his apparel shop in central Istanbul September 12, 2014. Business is brisk at Ilya Avramoglu's 78-year-old apparel shop, one of the last minority-owned establishments on historic Istiklal Avenue, but a new law pushing gentrification may soon force its closure. Run by three generations of a Jewish family, the wood-paneled Kelebek Corset Shop, little changed since the 1930s, survived a racist mob that attacked non-Muslims a half-century ago, the subsequent decades of decline and a recent economic rebirth by keeping up with what women wear underneath. Now it is an unlikely front in Istanbul's gentrification battles that have fuelled social protest and polarised the public about Turkey's economic future. Picture taken September 12, 2014. To match TURKEY-GENTRIFICATION/ REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
TURKEY-GENTRIFICATION/
RTR4BZM7
October 29, 2014
Ilya Avramoglu shows damages at his apparel shop in central Istanbul September 12, 2014. Business is...
Istanbul, Turkey
Ilya Avramoglu shows damages at his apparel shop in central Istanbul
Ilya Avramoglu shows damages at his apparel shop in central Istanbul September 12, 2014. Business is brisk at Ilya Avramoglu's 78-year-old apparel shop, one of the last minority-owned establishments on historic Istiklal Avenue, but a new law pushing gentrification may soon force its closure. Run by three generations of a Jewish family, the wood-paneled Kelebek Corset Shop, little changed since the 1930s, survived a racist mob that attacked non-Muslims a half-century ago, the subsequent decades of decline and a recent economic rebirth by keeping up with what women wear underneath. Now it is an unlikely front in Istanbul's gentrification battles that have fuelled social protest and polarised the public about Turkey's economic future. Picture taken September 12, 2014. To match TURKEY-GENTRIFICATION/ REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
TURKEY-GENTRIFICATION/
RTR4BZKX
October 29, 2014
Ilya Avramoglu adjusts show window of his apparel shop in central Istanbul September 12, 2014. Business...
Istanbul, Turkey
Ilya Avramoglu adjusts show window of his apparel shop in central Istanbul
Ilya Avramoglu adjusts show window of his apparel shop in central Istanbul September 12, 2014. Business is brisk at Ilya Avramoglu's 78-year-old apparel shop, one of the last minority-owned establishments on historic Istiklal Avenue, but a new law pushing gentrification may soon force its closure. Run by three generations of a Jewish family, the wood-paneled Kelebek Corset Shop, little changed since the 1930s, survived a racist mob that attacked non-Muslims a half-century ago, the subsequent decades of decline and a recent economic rebirth by keeping up with what women wear underneath. Now it is an unlikely front in Istanbul's gentrification battles that have fuelled social protest and polarised the public about Turkey's economic future. Picture taken September 12, 2014. To match TURKEY-GENTRIFICATION/ REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
TURKEY-GENTRIFICATION/
RTR4BZKW
October 29, 2014
Ilya Avramoglu talks in front of his apparel shop at Istiklal street in central Istanbul September 12,...
Istanbul, Turkey
Ilya Avramoglu talks in front of his apparel shop at Istiklal street in central Istanbul
Ilya Avramoglu talks in front of his apparel shop at Istiklal street in central Istanbul September 12, 2014. Business is brisk at Ilya Avramoglu's 78-year-old apparel shop, one of the last minority-owned establishments on historic Istiklal Avenue, but a new law pushing gentrification may soon force its closure. Run by three generations of a Jewish family, the wood-paneled Kelebek Corset Shop, little changed since the 1930s, survived a racist mob that attacked non-Muslims a half-century ago, the subsequent decades of decline and a recent economic rebirth by keeping up with what women wear underneath. Now it is an unlikely front in Istanbul's gentrification battles that have fuelled social protest and polarised the public about Turkey's economic future. Picture taken September 12, 2014. To match TURKEY-GENTRIFICATION/ REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY POLITICS)
VENEZUELA/
RTX15EE1
November 15, 2013
Doctors put a body corset on patient Maria Carolina Parejo after surgery to remove liquid silicone she...
Caracas, Venezuela
Doctors put a body corset on patient Parejo after surgery, in Caracas
Doctors put a body corset on patient Maria Carolina Parejo after surgery to remove liquid silicone she had paid to be injected into her buttocks previously for aesthetic reasons, in Caracas, October 30, 2013. Venezuelan plastic surgeon Daniel Slobodianik performs various procedures, including operations on patients who have previously had illegal or amateur injections of liquid silicone into their buttocks in order to enhance them. The reverse operation that Slobodianik carries out costs approximately $8,200 and takes between two and three hours depending on how much fluid the patient has in the area. Plastic surgery is common in Venezuela, where many women from all walks of life undergo procedures to nip, tuck or boost different parts of their bodies. Picture taken October 30, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)

ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 25 OF 30 FOR PACKAGE 'REVERSING AMATEUR PLASTIC SURGERY'. TO FIND ALL IMAGES SEARCH 'SILICONE RAWLINS'
VENEZUELA/
RTX15EDI
November 15, 2013
Venezuelan Maria Carolina Parejo (R) tries on a body corset before undergoing surgery to remove liquid...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuelan Maria Carolina Parejo tries on a body corset before undergoing surgery to remove liquid silicone...
Venezuelan Maria Carolina Parejo (R) tries on a body corset before undergoing surgery to remove liquid silicone she had paid to be injected into her buttocks previously for aesthetic reasons in Caracas October 30, 2013. Venezuelan plastic surgeon Daniel Slobodianik performs various procedures, including operations on patients who have previously had illegal or amateur injections of liquid silicone into their buttocks in order to enhance them. The reverse operation that Slobodianik carries out costs approximately $8,200 and takes between two and three hours depending on how much fluid the patient has in the area. Plastic surgery is common in Venezuela, where many women from all walks of life undergo procedures to nip, tuck or boost different parts of their bodies. Picture taken October 8, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)

ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 09 OF 30 FOR PACKAGE 'REVERSING AMATEUR PLASTIC SURGERY'. TO FIND ALL IMAGES SEARCH 'SILICONE RAWLINS'
GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS
RTR3FNLZ
October 06, 2013
A youth wearing a traditional Bavarian dirndl (R) arrives at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013....
Munich, Germany
A youth wearing a traditional Bavarian dirndl arrives at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest
A youth wearing a traditional Bavarian dirndl (R) arrives at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses at Oktoberfest were the only ones in dirndls, the Bavarian peasant-inspired, corseted dresses featuring white blouses and coloured aprons, and trendy Berliners wouldn't dream of dancing to oompah music in public. Now, Munich's annual beer festival is a sea of traditionally-clad tourists, with revellers from as far away as Canada, Mexico and Iran donning dirndls or the equivalent outfits for men - lederhosen and checked shirts. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION TRAVEL)
GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS
RTR3FNLY
October 06, 2013
Hats for sale are displayed at a stall at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses...
Munich, Germany
Hats for sale are displayed at a stall at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest
Hats for sale are displayed at a stall at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses at Oktoberfest were the only ones in dirndls, the Bavarian peasant-inspired, corseted dresses featuring white blouses and coloured aprons, and trendy Berliners wouldn't dream of dancing to oompah music in public. Now, Munich's annual beer festival is a sea of traditionally-clad tourists, with revellers from as far away as Canada, Mexico and Iran donning dirndls or the equivalent outfits for men - lederhosen and checked shirts. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION TRAVEL)
GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS
RTR3FNLU
October 06, 2013
Necklaces for sale are displayed at a stall at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago,...
Munich, Germany
Necklaces for sale are displayed at a stall at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest
Necklaces for sale are displayed at a stall at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses at Oktoberfest were the only ones in dirndls, the Bavarian peasant-inspired, corseted dresses featuring white blouses and coloured aprons, and trendy Berliners wouldn't dream of dancing to oompah music in public. Now, Munich's annual beer festival is a sea of traditionally-clad tourists, with revellers from as far away as Canada, Mexico and Iran donning dirndls or the equivalent outfits for men - lederhosen and checked shirts. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION TRAVEL)
GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS
RTR3FNLT
October 06, 2013
Sophia Traeger tries on a hat at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses...
Munich, Germany
Sophia Traeger tries on a hat at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest
Sophia Traeger tries on a hat at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses at Oktoberfest were the only ones in dirndls, the Bavarian peasant-inspired, corseted dresses featuring white blouses and coloured aprons, and trendy Berliners wouldn't dream of dancing to oompah music in public. Now, Munich's annual beer festival is a sea of traditionally-clad tourists, with revellers from as far away as Canada, Mexico and Iran donning dirndls or the equivalent outfits for men - lederhosen and checked shirts. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION TRAVEL)
GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS
RTR3FNLR
October 06, 2013
Sophia (L) and Natascha Traeger pose with their self-made traditional Bavarian dirndls at Munich's 180th...
Munich, Germany
Sophia and Natascha Traeger pose with their self-made traditional Bavarian dirndls at Munich's 180th...
Sophia (L) and Natascha Traeger pose with their self-made traditional Bavarian dirndls at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses at Oktoberfest were the only ones in dirndls, the Bavarian peasant-inspired, corseted dresses featuring white blouses and coloured aprons, and trendy Berliners wouldn't dream of dancing to oompah music in public. Now, Munich's annual beer festival is a sea of traditionally-clad tourists, with revellers from as far away as Canada, Mexico and Iran donning dirndls or the equivalent outfits for men - lederhosen and checked shirts. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION TRAVEL)
GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS
RTR3FNLQ
October 06, 2013
Anja List and her one-year-old daughter Paulina wear traditional Bavarian dirndls while visiting Munich's...
Munich, Germany
Mother and baby daughter wear traditional Bavarian dirndls while visiting Munich's Oktoberfest
Anja List and her one-year-old daughter Paulina wear traditional Bavarian dirndls while visiting Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses at Oktoberfest were the only ones in dirndls, the Bavarian peasant-inspired, corseted dresses featuring white blouses and coloured aprons, and trendy Berliners wouldn't dream of dancing to oompah music in public. Now, Munich's annual beer festival is a sea of traditionally-clad tourists, with revellers from as far away as Canada, Mexico and Iran donning dirndls or the equivalent outfits for men - lederhosen and checked shirts. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION TRAVEL)
GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS
RTR3FNLO
October 06, 2013
Young women wearing traditional Bavarian dirndls arrive at a beer tent during Munich's 180th Oktoberfest...
Munich, Germany
Young women wearing traditional Bavarian dirndls arrive at a beer tent during Munich's 180th Oktoberfest...
Young women wearing traditional Bavarian dirndls arrive at a beer tent during Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses at Oktoberfest were the only ones in dirndls, the Bavarian peasant-inspired, corseted dresses featuring white blouses and coloured aprons, and trendy Berliners wouldn't dream of dancing to oompah music in public. Now, Munich's annual beer festival is a sea of traditionally-clad tourists, with revellers from as far away as Canada, Mexico and Iran donning dirndls or the equivalent outfits for men - lederhosen and checked shirts. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION TRAVEL)
GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS
RTR3FNLM
October 06, 2013
Young women in traditional Bavarian dirndls drink beer during Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013....
Munich, Germany
Young women in traditional Bavarian dirndls drink beer during Munich's 180th Oktoberfest
Young women in traditional Bavarian dirndls drink beer during Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses at Oktoberfest were the only ones in dirndls, the Bavarian peasant-inspired, corseted dresses featuring white blouses and coloured aprons, and trendy Berliners wouldn't dream of dancing to oompah music in public. Now, Munich's annual beer festival is a sea of traditionally-clad tourists, with revellers from as far away as Canada, Mexico and Iran donning dirndls or the equivalent outfits for men - lederhosen and checked shirts. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION TRAVEL)
GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS
RTR3FNLL
October 06, 2013
High-quality dirndl cloth is seen at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses...
Munich, Germany
High-quality dirndl cloth is seen at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest
High-quality dirndl cloth is seen at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses at Oktoberfest were the only ones in dirndls, the Bavarian peasant-inspired, corseted dresses featuring white blouses and coloured aprons, and trendy Berliners wouldn't dream of dancing to oompah music in public. Now, Munich's annual beer festival is a sea of traditionally-clad tourists, with revellers from as far away as Canada, Mexico and Iran donning dirndls or the equivalent outfits for men - lederhosen and checked shirts. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION TRAVEL)
GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS
RTR3FNLK
October 06, 2013
Filipinos, living in Germany, pose with their traditional Bavarian dirndls at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest...
Munich, Germany
Filipinos, living in Germany, pose with their traditional Bavarian dirndls at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest...
Filipinos, living in Germany, pose with their traditional Bavarian dirndls at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses at Oktoberfest were the only ones in dirndls, the Bavarian peasant-inspired, corseted dresses featuring white blouses and coloured aprons, and trendy Berliners wouldn't dream of dancing to oompah music in public. Now, Munich's annual beer festival is a sea of traditionally-clad tourists, with revellers from as far away as Canada, Mexico and Iran donning dirndls or the equivalent outfits for men - lederhosen and checked shirts. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION TRAVEL)
GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS
RTR3FNLI
October 06, 2013
A Filipino, living in Germany, poses with her traditional Bavarian dirndl at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest...
Munich, Germany
A Filipino, living in Germany, poses with her traditional Bavarian dirndl at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest...
A Filipino, living in Germany, poses with her traditional Bavarian dirndl at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses at Oktoberfest were the only ones in dirndls, the Bavarian peasant-inspired, corseted dresses featuring white blouses and coloured aprons, and trendy Berliners wouldn't dream of dancing to oompah music in public. Now, Munich's annual beer festival is a sea of traditionally-clad tourists, with revellers from as far away as Canada, Mexico and Iran donning dirndls or the equivalent outfits for men - lederhosen and checked shirts. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION TRAVEL)
GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS
RTR3FNLG
October 06, 2013
A young woman in a traditional Bavarian dirndl uses a mobile phone to take a picture of her friends at...
Munich, Germany
A young woman in a traditional Bavarian dirndl uses a mobile phone to take a picture of her friends at...
A young woman in a traditional Bavarian dirndl uses a mobile phone to take a picture of her friends at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses at Oktoberfest were the only ones in dirndls, the Bavarian peasant-inspired, corseted dresses featuring white blouses and coloured aprons, and trendy Berliners wouldn't dream of dancing to oompah music in public. Now, Munich's annual beer festival is a sea of traditionally-clad tourists, with revellers from as far away as Canada, Mexico and Iran donning dirndls or the equivalent outfits for men - lederhosen and checked shirts. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION TRAVEL)
GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS
RTR3FNLD
October 06, 2013
Filipinos, living in Germany, pose wearing traditional Bavarian dirndls at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest...
Munich, Germany
Filipinos, living in Germany, pose wearing traditional Bavarian Dirndls at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest...
Filipinos, living in Germany, pose wearing traditional Bavarian dirndls at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses at Oktoberfest were the only ones in dirndls, the Bavarian peasant-inspired, corseted dresses featuring white blouses and coloured aprons, and trendy Berliners wouldn't dream of dancing to oompah music in public. Now, Munich's annual beer festival is a sea of traditionally-clad tourists, with revellers from as far away as Canada, Mexico and Iran donning dirndls or the equivalent outfits for men - lederhosen and checked shirts. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION TRAVEL)
GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS
RTR3FNLC
October 06, 2013
Filipinos, living in Germany, pose wearing traditional Bavarian Dirndls at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest...
Munich, Germany
Filipinos, living in Germany, pose wearing traditional Bavarian Dirndls at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest...
Filipinos, living in Germany, pose wearing traditional Bavarian Dirndls at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses at Oktoberfest were the only ones in dirndls, the Bavarian peasant-inspired, corseted dresses featuring white blouses and coloured aprons, and trendy Berliners wouldn't dream of dancing to oompah music in public. Now, Munich's annual beer festival is a sea of traditionally-clad tourists, with revellers from as far away as Canada, Mexico and Iran donning dirndls or the equivalent outfits for men - lederhosen and checked shirts. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION TRAVEL)
GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS
RTR3FNLB
October 06, 2013
Filipinos, living in Germany, pose wearing traditional Bavarian Dirndls at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest...
Munich, Germany
Filipinos, living in Germany, pose wearing traditional Bavarian Dirndls at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest...
Filipinos, living in Germany, pose wearing traditional Bavarian Dirndls at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses at Oktoberfest were the only ones in dirndls, the Bavarian peasant-inspired, corseted dresses featuring white blouses and coloured aprons, and trendy Berliners wouldn't dream of dancing to oompah music in public. Now, Munich's annual beer festival is a sea of traditionally-clad tourists, with revellers from as far away as Canada, Mexico and Iran donning dirndls or the equivalent outfits for men - lederhosen and checked shirts. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION TRAVEL)
GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS
RTR3FNL8
October 06, 2013
People pose wearing their traditional Bavarian dirndl and leather trousers (lederhosen) at Munich's 180th...
Munich, Germany
People pose wearing traditional Bavarian Dirndl and leather trousers at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest
People pose wearing their traditional Bavarian dirndl and leather trousers (lederhosen) at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses at Oktoberfest were the only ones in dirndls, the Bavarian peasant-inspired, corseted dresses featuring white blouses and coloured aprons, and trendy Berliners wouldn't dream of dancing to oompah music in public. Now, Munich's annual beer festival is a sea of traditionally-clad tourists, with revellers from as far away as Canada, Mexico and Iran donning dirndls or the equivalent outfits for men - lederhosen and checked shirts. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION TRAVEL)
GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDL
RTR3FNL5
October 06, 2013
Young women (L-R) Carola, Anne, Tanja, Patrizia, Lena and Lisa from Baden-Wuerttemberg pose while wearing...
Munich, Germany
Young women from Baden-Wuerttemberg pose while wearing Bavarian dirndls at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest...
Young women (L-R) Carola, Anne, Tanja, Patrizia, Lena and Lisa from Baden-Wuerttemberg pose while wearing traditional Bavarian dirndls at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses at Oktoberfest were the only ones in dirndls, the Bavarian peasant-inspired, corseted dresses featuring white blouses and coloured aprons, and trendy Berliners wouldn't dream of dancing to oompah music in public. Now, Munich's annual beer festival is a sea of traditionally-clad tourists, with revellers from as far away as Canada, Mexico and Iran donning dirndls or the equivalent outfits for men - lederhosen and checked shirts. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: FASHION SOCIETY)
FRANCE/
RTX14244
September 27, 2013
Bodysuit, legging and corset belt outfit from the Spring-Summer 1992 collection by fashion designer Azzedine...
Paris, France
Bodysuit, legging and corset belt outfit from the Spring-Summer 1992 collection by fashion designer Azzedine...
Bodysuit, legging and corset belt outfit from the Spring-Summer 1992 collection by fashion designer Azzedine Alaïa is displayed during the exhibition 'Alaia' at the Palais Galliera in Paris September 27, 2013. The Palais Galliera, an art and fashion museum housed in a Renaissance-style palace built at the end of the 19th century for the Duchesse de Galliera, is reopening tomorrow after more than four years of renovation. The exhibition 'Alaia', to honour designer Azzedine Alaïa, will run from September 28th to January 26th, 2014. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR3APQ6
November 21, 2012
An orthopaedic appliance is reflected on a photograph of the iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo during...
Mexico City, Mexico
An orthopaedic appliance is reflected on a photograph of the iconic Mexican painter Kahlo during a media...
An orthopaedic appliance is reflected on a photograph of the iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo during a media preview of the exhibition "Smoke and Mirrors: Frida Kahlo's dresses"in Mexico City November 21, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of dresses and accessories worn by Kahlo are displayed by the Frida Kahlo museum formerly known as"Blue House", where she lived with her husband Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, orthopaedic appliances, jewellery, colourful dresses, shawls, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms of the "Blue House". The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewellery, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR3APQ3
November 21, 2012
A skirt that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen during a media preview of the exhibition...
Mexico City, Mexico
A skirt that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Kahlo is seen during a media preview of an exhibition...
A skirt that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen during a media preview of the exhibition "Smoke and Mirrors: Frida Kahlo's dresses" in Mexico City November 21, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of dresses and accessories worn by Kahlo are displayed by the Frida Kahlo museum formerly known as"Blue House", where she lived with her husband Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, orthopaedic appliances, jewellery, colourful dresses, shawls, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms of the "Blue House". The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewelry, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR3APQ2
November 21, 2012
A corset that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen during a media preview of the exhibition...
Mexico City, Mexico
A corset that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Kahlo is seen during a media preview of an exhibition...
A corset that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen during a media preview of the exhibition "Smoke and Mirrors: Frida Kahlo's dresses" in Mexico City November 21, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of dresses and accessories worn by Kahlo are displayed by the Frida Kahlo museum formerly known as"Blue House", where she lived with her husband Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, orthopaedic appliances, jewellery, colourful dresses, shawls, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms of the "Blue House". The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewelry, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR3APQ1
November 21, 2012
A pair of shoes that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen during a media preview of...
Mexico City, Mexico
A pair of shoes that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Kahlo is seen during a media preview of an exhibition...
A pair of shoes that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen during a media preview of the exhibition "Smoke and Mirrors: Frida Kahlo's dresses" in Mexico City November 21, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of dresses and accessories worn by Kahlo are displayed by the Frida Kahlo museum formerly known as"Blue House", where she lived with her husband Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, orthopaedic appliances, jewellery, colourful dresses, shawls, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms of the "Blue House". The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewellery, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR3APQ0
November 21, 2012
Clothing and accessories that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo are seen during a media...
Mexico City, Mexico
Clothing and accessories that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Kahlo are seen during a media preview...
Clothing and accessories that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo are seen during a media preview of the exhibition "Smoke and Mirrors: Frida Kahlo's dresses" in Mexico City November 21, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of dresses and accessories worn by Kahlo are displayed by the Frida Kahlo museum formerly known as"Blue House", where she lived with her husband Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, orthopaedic appliances, jewellery, colourful dresses, shawls, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms of the "Blue House". The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewellery, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR3APPZ
November 21, 2012
Dresses which belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo are pictured during a media preview of the...
Mexico City, Mexico
Dresses which belonged to iconic Mexican painter Kahlo are pictured during a media preview of an exhibition...
Dresses which belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo are pictured during a media preview of the exhibition "Smoke and Mirrors: Frida Kahlo's dresses" in Mexico City November 21, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of dresses and accessories worn by Kahlo are displayed by the Frida Kahlo museum formerly known as"Blue House", where she lived with her husband Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, orthopaedic appliances, jewellery, colourful dresses, shawls, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms of the "Blue House". The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewellery, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR3APPY
November 21, 2012
A corset bearing a Communist symbol that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, is seen during...
Mexico City, Mexico
A corset bearing a Communist symbol that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Kahlo, is seen during a media...
A corset bearing a Communist symbol that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, is seen during a media preview of the exhibition "Smoke and Mirrors: Frida Kahlo's dresses" in Mexico City November 21, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of dresses and accessories worn by Kahlo are displayed by the Frida Kahlo museum formerly known as"Blue House", where she lived with her husband Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, orthopaedic appliances, jewellery, colourful dresses, shawls, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms of the "Blue House". The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewellery, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR3APPX
November 21, 2012
Corsets and an orthopaedic appliance that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo are seen during...
Mexico City, Mexico
Corsets and an orthopaedic appliance that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Kahlo are seen during a...
Corsets and an orthopaedic appliance that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo are seen during a media preview of the exhibition "Smoke and Mirrors: Frida Kahlo's dresses" in Mexico City November 21, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of dresses and accessories worn by Kahlo are displayed by the Frida Kahlo museum formerly known as"Blue House", where she lived with her husband Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, orthopaedic appliances, jewellery, colourful dresses, shawls, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms of the "Blue House". The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewellery, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR3APPV
November 21, 2012
Dresses which belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo are pictured during a media preview of the...
Mexico City, Mexico
Dresses which belonged to iconic Mexican painter Kahlo are pictured during a media preview of an exhibition...
Dresses which belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo are pictured during a media preview of the exhibition "Smoke and Mirrors: Frida Kahlo's dresses" in Mexico City November 21, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of dresses and accessories worn by Kahlo are displayed by the Frida Kahlo museum formerly known as"Blue House", where she lived with her husband Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, orthopaedic appliances, jewellery, colourful dresses, shawls, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms of the "Blue House". The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewellery, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR3APPQ
November 21, 2012
Outfits that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo are seen during a media preview of the exhibition...
Mexico City, Mexico
Outfits that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Kahlo are seen during a media preview of an exhibition...
Outfits that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo are seen during a media preview of the exhibition "Smoke and Mirrors: Frida Kahlo's dresses" in Mexico City November 21, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of dresses and accessories worn by Kahlo are displayed by the Frida Kahlo museum formerly known as"Blue House", where she lived with her husband Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, orthopaedic appliances, jewellery, colorful dresses, shawls, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms of the "Blue House". The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewellery, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR3APPO
November 21, 2012
A corset that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen during a media preview of the exhibition...
Mexico City, Mexico
A corset that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Kahlo is seen during a media preview of the exhibition...
A corset that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen during a media preview of the exhibition "Smoke and Mirrors: Frida Kahlo's dresses" in Mexico City November 21, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of dresses and accessories worn by Kahlo are displayed by the Frida Kahlo museum formerly known as"Blue House", where she lived with her husband Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, orthopaedic appliances, jewelry, colorful dresses, shawls, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms of the "Blue House". The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewellery, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR38YAC
October 09, 2012
Kam Chung, 49, wears a brace as he rest in a wooden box that he lives in Hong Kong October 9, 2012. ...
Hong Kong, China
Kam Chung, 49, wears a medical corset as he rest in a wooden box he lives in in Hong Kong
Kam Chung, 49, wears a brace as he rest in a wooden box that he lives in Hong Kong October 9, 2012. In Hong Kong's middle-class residential area, short distance from its shopping and financial districts, 24 people live in these wooden boxes, or "coffin homes", packed in a single apartment of little over 50 square meters. Its residents pay 1450 Hong Kong dollars ($180) for their living space built of wooden panels of 2 meters by 70 cm. To maximize income from the rent in central Hong Kong landlords build "coffin homes", nicknamed due to their resemblance to real coffins. Space has always been at a premium in Hong Kong where developers plant high-rises on every available inch. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR38K4N
September 28, 2012
A blouse and a skirt that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen in the bedroom that...
Mexico City, Mexico
A blouse and a skirt that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen in the bedroom that...
A blouse and a skirt that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen in the bedroom that Kahlo shared with her husband Mexican muralist Diego Rivera at the "Blue House" in the neighborhood of Coyoacan in Mexico City September 27, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of colorful dresses, shawls and accessories worn by Kahlo will be displayed by a Mexico City museum in November. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms in the "Blue House" now turned into a museum. The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewelry, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. Picture taken September 27, 2012 To match story MEXICO-KAHLO/ REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR38K4G
September 28, 2012
A restoration expert prepares to wrap a shawl, that had belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo,...
Mexico City, Mexico
A restoration expert prepares to wrap a shawl with paper at the "Blue House" in the neighborhood of Coyoacan...
A restoration expert prepares to wrap a shawl, that had belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, with paper at the "Blue House" in the neighborhood of Coyoacan in Mexico City September 27, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of colorful dresses, shawls and accessories worn by Kahlo will be displayed by a Mexico City museum in November. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms in the "Blue House" Kahlo shared with her husband, Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, in the capital.The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewelry, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. Picture taken September 27, 2012. To match story MEXICO-KAHLO/ REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR38K4A
September 28, 2012
Exhibit Curator Circe Henestrosa speaks to Reuters at the "Blue House" where iconic Mexican painter Frida...
Mexico City, Mexico
Exhibit Curator Circe Henestrosa speaks to Reuters at the "Blue House" where iconic Mexican painter Frida...
Exhibit Curator Circe Henestrosa speaks to Reuters at the "Blue House" where iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo and her husband Mexican muralist Diego Rivera lived from 1929 to1954 in the neighborhood of Coyoacan in Mexico City September 27, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of colorful dresses, shawls and accessories worn by Kahlo will be displayed by a Mexico City museum in November. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms in the "Blue House" now turned into a museum. The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewelry, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. Picture taken September 27, 2012. To match story MEXICO-KAHLO/ REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR38K47
September 28, 2012
A restoration expert shows the lace on the hem of a skirt that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida...
Mexico City, Mexico
A restoration expert shows the lace on the hem of a skirt that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida...
A restoration expert shows the lace on the hem of a skirt that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo at the "Blue House" in the neighborhood of Coyoacan in Mexico City September 27, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of colorful dresses, shawls and accessories worn by Kahlo will be displayed by a Mexico City museum in November. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms in the "Blue House" Kahlo shared with her husband, Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, in the capital.The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewelry, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. The embroidery on the pillow reads "Wake up sleeping heart." Picture taken September 27, 2012. To match story MEXICO-KAHLO/ REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR38K3Z
September 28, 2012
An outfit that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen in the bedroom that Kahlo shared...
Mexico City, Mexico
An outfit that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen in the bedroom that Kahlo shared...
An outfit that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen in the bedroom that Kahlo shared with her husband Mexican muralist Diego Rivera at the "Blue House" in the neighborhood of Coyoacan in Mexico City September 27, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of colorful dresses, shawls and accessories worn by Kahlo will be displayed by a Mexico City museum in November. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms in the "Blue House" now turned into a museum.The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewelry, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. The embroidery on the pillow reads "Wake up sleeping heart." Picture taken September 27, 2012. To match story MEXICO-KAHLO/ REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR38K3W
September 28, 2012
Restoration expert Renato Camarillo Duque arranges a shawl that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida...
Mexico City, Mexico
Restoration expert Renato Camarillo Duque arranges a shawl that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida...
Restoration expert Renato Camarillo Duque arranges a shawl that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo at the "Blue House" in the neighborhood of Coyoacan in Mexico City September 27, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of colorful dresses, shawls and accessories worn by Kahlo will be displayed by a Mexico City museum in November. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms in the "Blue House" Kahlo shared with her husband, Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, in the capital.The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewelry, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. Picture taken September 27, 2012. To match story MEXICO-KAHLO/ REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR38K3Q
September 28, 2012
A restoration expert arranges the ruffles on a blouse that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo...
Mexico City, Mexico
A restoration expert arranges the ruffles on a blouse that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo...
A restoration expert arranges the ruffles on a blouse that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo at the "Blue House" in the neighborhood of Coyoacan in Mexico City September 27, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of colorful dresses, shawls and accessories worn by Kahlo will be displayed by a Mexico City museum in November. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms in the "Blue House" Kahlo shared with her husband, Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, in the capital.The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewelry, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. Picture taken September 27, 2012.To match story MEXICO-KAHLO/ REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
BRITAIN/
RTR33AM1
June 08, 2012
Costume maker Nadia Kaplanbasoglu sews a corset in the ladies making department at Angels in London May...
London, United Kingdom
Costume maker Kaplanbasoglu sews a corset in the ladies making department at Angels in London
Costume maker Nadia Kaplanbasoglu sews a corset in the ladies making department at Angels in London May 1, 2012. As the world's largest supplier of outfits to cinema, stage and television, Angels is home to more than eight miles of clothing rails -- a vast and dizzying maze in which it's simultaneously possible to lose yourself and stumble upon a piece of movie history. Picture taken May 1, 2012. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS FASHION)
AUSTRIA/
RTR2X3BR
January 30, 2012
Actors Sandra Cervik (front) as Valerie and Erwin Steinhauer as Zauberkoenig perform on stage during...
Vienna, Austria
Actors Cervik and Steinhauer perform on stage during a dress rehearsal of Oedoen von Horvath's play "Tales...
Actors Sandra Cervik (front) as Valerie and Erwin Steinhauer as Zauberkoenig perform on stage during a dress rehearsal of Oedoen von Horvath's play "Tales from the Vienna Wood" (Geschichten aus dem Wiener Wald) at Theatre in der Josefstadt in Vienna, January 30, 2012. The play is directed by Herbert Foettinger and will premiere on February 2, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
Japan Quake
Japan Quake
Support Bra - 11 May 2011
5 PICTURES
JAPAN/
RTR2M8PQ
May 11, 2011
A model clad in lingerie maker Triumph International's "Support Japan Bra", featuring handwritten messages...
Tokyo, Japan
A model clad in lingerie maker Triumph International's "Support Japan Bra", featuring handwritten messages...
A model clad in lingerie maker Triumph International's "Support Japan Bra", featuring handwritten messages from around the world, poses during an unveiling in Tokyo May 11, 2011. Words of encouragement from 54 individuals in 36 countries and regions are printed along with corresponding flags on the bra corset and skirt, to encourage and bring hope to the victims of the devastating earthquake and tsunami and lift the spirits of the Japanese people, according to Triumph International. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION BUSINESS)
JAPAN/
RTR2M8PN
May 11, 2011
A model clad in lingerie maker Triumph International's "Support Japan Bra", featuring handwritten messages...
Tokyo, Japan
A model clad in lingerie maker Triumph International's "Support Japan Bra", featuring handwritten messages...
A model clad in lingerie maker Triumph International's "Support Japan Bra", featuring handwritten messages from around the world, poses during an unveiling in Tokyo May 11, 2011. Words of encouragement from 54 individuals in 36 countries and regions are printed along with corresponding flags on the bra corset and skirt, to encourage and bring hope to the victims of the devastating earthquake and tsunami and lift the spirits of the Japanese people, according to Triumph International. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION BUSINESS)
JAPAN/
RTR2M8PL
May 11, 2011
A model clad in lingerie maker Triumph International's "Support Japan Bra", featuring handwritten messages...
Tokyo, Japan
A model displays lingerie maker Triumph International's "Support Japan Bra", featuring handwritten messages...
A model clad in lingerie maker Triumph International's "Support Japan Bra", featuring handwritten messages from around the world, poses during an unveiling in Tokyo May 11, 2011. Words of encouragement from 54 individuals in 36 countries and regions are printed along with corresponding flags on the bra corset and skirt, to encourage and bring hope to the victims of the devastating earthquake and tsunami and lift the spirits of the Japanese people, according to Triumph International. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION BUSINESS)
JAPAN/
RTR2M8PK
May 11, 2011
A model points to a message printed on lingerie maker Triumph International's "Support Japan Bra", featuring...
Tokyo, Japan
A model displays lingerie maker Triumph International's "Support Japan Bra", featuring handwritten messages...
A model points to a message printed on lingerie maker Triumph International's "Support Japan Bra", featuring handwritten messages from around the world during an unveiling in Tokyo May 11, 2011. A model clad in lingerie maker Triumph International's "Support Japan Bra", featuring handwritten messages from around the world, poses during an unveiling in Tokyo May 11, 2011. Words of encouragement from 54 individuals in 36 countries and regions are printed along with corresponding flags on the bra corset and skirt, to encourage and bring hope to the victims of the devastating earthquake and tsunami and lift the spirits of the Japanese people, according to Triumph International. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION BUSINESS)
JAPAN/
RTR2M8PJ
May 11, 2011
A model clad in lingerie maker Triumph International's "Support Japan Bra", featuring handwritten messages...
Tokyo, Japan
A model clad in lingerie maker Triumph International's "Support Japan Bra", featuring handwritten messages...
A model clad in lingerie maker Triumph International's "Support Japan Bra", featuring handwritten messages from around the world, poses during an unveiling in Tokyo May 11, 2011. Words of encouragement from 54 individuals in 36 countries and regions are printed along with corresponding flags on the bra corset and skirt, to encourage and bring hope to the victims of the devastating earthquake and tsunami and lift the spirits of the Japanese people, according to Triumph International. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION BUSINESS)
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