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BRAZIL/
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June 18, 2009
A model presents a creation from the Alexandre Herchovitch 2010 Spring/Summer collection during Sao Paulo...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A model presents a creation from the Alexandre Herchovitch 2010 Spring/Summer collection during Sao Paulo...
A model presents a creation from the Alexandre Herchovitch 2010 Spring/Summer collection during Sao Paulo Fashion Week June 18, 2009. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL FASHION)
LEISURE CHOCOLATE FASHION
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November 10, 2006
A model displays a creation made partially of chocolate at the 9th Annual Chocolate Fashion Show in New...
New York City, UNITED STATES
A model displays a creation made partially of chocolate at the 9th Annual Chocolate Fashion Show in New...
A model displays a creation made partially of chocolate at the 9th Annual Chocolate Fashion Show in New York November 9, 2006. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES)
HK
RTRHMTG
April 17, 2004
A bugler belts out taps after the members of the H.L. Hunley were laid to rest at Magnolia Cemetery in...
Charleston
A BUGLER BELTS OUT TAPS AT THE BURIAL CEREMONY FOR CREW OF THE H L HUNLEY SUBMARINE.
A bugler belts out taps after the members of the H.L. Hunley were laid to rest at Magnolia Cemetery in Charleston South Carolina, April 17, 2004. Thousands of men in Civil War uniforms and women in black hoop skirts crowded into this antebellum city on Saturday to pay final respects to the crew of the H.L. Hunley, the first submarine to sink an enemy warship. REUTERS/Grace Beahm/Pool
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RTRHMTA
April 17, 2004
A Confederate re-enactor salutes at the foot of the grave holding the crew of the Confederate submarine...
Charleston, United States of America
GRAVE HOLDS THE CREW OF THE CONFEDERATE SUBMARINE H L HUNLEY IN CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA.
A Confederate re-enactor salutes at the foot of the grave holding the crew of the Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley in Charleston, South Carolina, April 17, 2004. Thousands of men in Civil War uniforms and women in black hoop skirts crowded into this antebellum city on Saturday to pay final respects to the crew of the H.L. Hunley, the first submarine to sink an enemy warship. REUTERS/Alan Hawes/Pool
HK
RTRHMT1
April 17, 2004
Pallbearers carry the remains of members of the H.L. Hunley to their grave at Magnolia Cemetery in Charleston...
Charleston
PALLBEARERS CARRY THE REMAINS OF CREW OF THE H L HUNLEY SUBMARINE TO THEIR GRAVE SITE.
Pallbearers carry the remains of members of the H.L. Hunley to their grave at Magnolia Cemetery in Charleston South Carolina, April 17, 2004. Thousands of men in Civil War uniforms and women in black hoop skirts crowded into this antebellum city on Saturday to pay final respects to the crew of the H.L. Hunley, the first submarine to sink an enemy warship. REUTERS/Grace Beahm/Pool
LIFE-MEXICO-PARTIES
RTRI3B
January 17, 2002
Jeiny Giron sits while a cousin hands her a scepter at her 3-year-old
presentation party November 2001...
Mexico City, Mexico
JEINY GIRON SITS WHILE HER COUSIN HANDS HER A SCEPTER AT JENINYS 3 YEAR
OLD PRESENTATION PARTY.
Jeiny Giron sits while a cousin hands her a scepter at her 3-year-old
presentation party November 2001 in Iztapalapa, Mexico City. The party
cost Jeiny's working-class parents six weeks' wages, and include a
church ceremony, a meal for 200 people, 15 cases of beer, a 4-tier
cake, a dress with hoop skirts, a tiara and scepter, a choreographed
waltz that Jeiny danced with four boys dressed in tuxedos, a disc
jockey, and a performing clown. Urban working class Mexicans spend far
beyond their means to mark important rites of passage with a special
Catholic Mass and a long party. REUTERS/Julian Ortiz. TO GO WITH
LIFE-MEXICO-PARTIES

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LIFE-MEXICO-PARTIES
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January 17, 2002
Jeiny Giron dances a choreographed waltz with her four tuxedo-wearing
young attendants at her 3-year-old...
Mexico City, Mexico
JEINY GIRON DANCES WITH HER ATTENDANTS AT HER 3 YEAR OLD PRESENTATION
PARTY.
Jeiny Giron dances a choreographed waltz with her four tuxedo-wearing
young attendants at her 3-year-old presentation party in this photo
taken in November, 2001 in Iztapalapa, Mexico City. The fancy party,
which cost Jeiny's working-class parents six weeks' wages, included a
church ceremony, a meal for 200 people, 15 cases of beer, a 4-tier
cake, a dress with hoop skirts, a tiara and scepter, a disc jockey, and
a performing clown. Urban working class Mexicans spend far beyond their
means to mark important rites of passage with a special Catholic Mass
and a long party. REUTERS/Julian Ortiz. TO GO WITH LIFE -
MEXICO-PARTIES

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SHAHEEN
RTXKCYO
March 05, 2001
- PHOTO TAKEN 02MAR01 - An evening dress by Arab couturier Kamil Shaheen with a floor-length barbed-wire...
Tel Aviv, Israel
- PHOTO TAKEN 02MAR01 - An evening dress by Arab couturier Kamil Shaheen with a floor-length barbed-.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 02MAR01 - An evening dress by Arab couturier Kamil Shaheen with a floor-length barbed-wire hoop skirt, is shown at Tel Aviv's Ascola School of Design, March 2, 2001.Israeli and Palestinian fashion designers are giving new meaning to the phrase "dressed to kill", in a show at the school, which features the creations of 22 Israeli and Palestinian fashion designers whose revival of helmets, flak jackets and camouflage clothing is a custom-made indictment of the violence. Picture taken March 2, 2001.
MIDEAST FASHION
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March 02, 2001
An evening dress by Arab couturier Kamil Shaheen with a floor-length barbed-wire hoop skirt, is shown...
Tel Aviv
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE MIDEAST-FASHION.
An evening dress by Arab couturier Kamil Shaheen with a floor-length barbed-wire hoop skirt, is shown at Tel Aviv's Ascola School of Design, March 2, 2001. Israeli and Palestinian fashion designers are giving new meaning to the phrase "dressed to kill", in a show at the school, which features the creations of 22 Israeli and Palestinian fashion designers whose revival of helmets, flak jackets and camouflage clothing is a custom-made indictment of the violence. Picture taken March 2, 2001.

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