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BOLIVIA-FASHION/
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March 23, 2007 
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model wears traditional clothes in La Paz, March 18, 2007.... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Bolivian "Chola" models in atelier in La Paz 
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model wears traditional clothes in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTLG 
March 23, 2007 
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model puts on a hat in La Paz March 18, 2007. Bolivia's... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model puts on a hat in Paz 
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model puts on a hat in La Paz March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTL8 
March 23, 2007 
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model puts her short cape in a atelier in La Paz, March... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A Bolivian "Chola" model puts her short cape in a atelier in La Paz 
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model puts her short cape in a atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTKY 
March 23, 2007 
Bolivian designer Veronica Diaz helps a model dress her atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Bolivian designer Veronica Diaz helps a model dress her atelier in La Paz 
Bolivian designer Veronica Diaz helps a model dress her atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTKV 
March 23, 2007 
A Bolivian model holds a short cape at the Veronica Diaz atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A Bolivian model holds a short cape at the Veronica Diaz atelier in La Paz 
A Bolivian model holds a short cape at the Veronica Diaz atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
PANAMA
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June 26, 2005 
Panamanian dressed in their traditional clothes dance at a celebration of culture day in Panama City,... 
Panama, Panama 
Panamanian celebrate culture day in Panama City. 
Panamanian dressed in their traditional clothes dance at a celebration of culture day in Panama City, Panama, June 26, 2005. One thousand dancers wearing Polleras and Montunos paraded through one of Panama's main avenues. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe AL/KS 
PANAMA
RTRFL56 
June 26, 2005 
Panamanian dressed in their traditional clothes dance at a celebration of culture day in Panama City,... 
Panama, Panama 
Panamanian celebrate culture day in Panama City. 
Panamanian dressed in their traditional clothes dance at a celebration of culture day in Panama City, Panama, June 26, 2005. One thousand dancers wearing Polleras and Montunos paraded through one of Panama's main avenues. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe AL/KS 
PANAMA
RTRFFIC 
December 15, 2002 
Panamanian dancers celebrate the Christmas holiday season wearing
traditional clothes called polleras... 
Panama, Panama - Republic of 
PANAMANIANS WEAR TRADITIONAL CLOTHES IN HOLIDAY CELEBRATION. 
Panamanian dancers celebrate the Christmas holiday season wearing
traditional clothes called polleras in Panama City, Panama, December
15, 2002. Polleras originates from the Azuero Peninsular in central
Panama. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe

AL 
RTRH1IJ 
September 07, 1998 
Panamanian dancers wearing the "Polleras" traditional costumes made of linen perform in front of the... 
Portugal 
PANAMA TRADITIONAL DANCERS PERFORM AT EXPO 98 WORLD'S FAIR. 
Panamanian dancers wearing the "Polleras" traditional costumes made of linen perform in front of the Panama pavilion at Expo 98 in Lisbon September 7. Panama is celebrating their honour day today at the World's Fair.

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